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A Day in the Life

Head Master's Blog

We hope that you enjoy reading these blog posts written by our Acting Headmaster Mr Barker.

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  • 16 October 2020

    Published 16/10/20, by Liz Callan

    Today was Wear Red Day.  Pupils and staff at all four schools wore red in support of the charity ‘Show Racism the Red Card.’

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  • 9 October 2020

    Published 08/10/20, by Liz Callan

    The past week has been Mental Health Awareness week at Warwick School. The theme for the week was ‘kindness’.

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  • 25 September 2020

    Published 25/09/20, by Viki McNulty

    Last Christmas I bought my eight-year-old son a ticket for the Warner Brother’s Studio Tour.  The experience reopened just before the start of term and we were lucky enough to book one of the limited slots.  It was incredible and reminded me why I love the books and the magical world created by JK Rowling and recreated in the films.

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  • 11 September 2020

    Published 11/09/20, by Liz Callan

    In this week’s assembly I spoke to the boys about a book written by Australian palliative care nurse, Bronnie Ware, 'The Top Five Regrets of the Dying'.

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  • 3 July 2020

    Published 03/07/20, by Liz Callan

    As term draws to an end and with the summer holidays upon us, I felt it appropriate to reflect on this British Institution. The traditional British Summer Holiday of between 6 and 8 weeks has frequently been called into question over the years.

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  • 25 June 2020

    Published 25/06/20, by Jess Taylor

    On Sunday I stumbled across an interesting letter in the Times written by the Head Master of Wells Cathedral School.  Wells Cathedral was founded in 909 and apparently it has been forced to close on at least four occasions during its 1,000-year history. 

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  • 12 June 2020

    Published 12/06/20, by Jess Taylor

    As Warwick School looks forward to the return of Year 10 and the Lower Sixth on Monday, we are confronted by the latest in a series of changes to our lives that have occurred over the past few months. 

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