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Read through some short thought pieces from our teachers on subjects that they are passionate about.

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  • A Spotlight on Junior Shool Chess

    Published 14/06/24

    This academic year has brought some fantastic results for our Warwick Junior School chess teams.

    However, these results are the amalgamation of enthusiasm from the boys; hugely talented chess players, and lots of hard work. Mr Lam has provided his thoughts on Junior School chess and its progress over the last few years.

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  • Creativity

    Published 14/06/24

    Think of a good idea. Immediately. No. Faster than that. It’s tough, right?

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  • The ‘Batman’ Effect and why Sport can teach you to be your ‘Heroic’ Best.

    Published 19/04/24

    By Mr Burchett, Assistant Head and Director of Junior School Sport.

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  • The Power of Reading

    Published 25/03/24

    By Miss Walton, Head of English and Mrs Stevns, Librarian.

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  • Scientific Enquiry

    Published 20/02/24

    In English, pupils master spelling, grammar, and punctuation, essential for becoming adept writers. Equivalently, scientific enquiry skills form the foundation for success in science:

    • Asking questions
    • Making predictions
    • Planning and undertaking investigations
    • Observing and/or measuring
    • Using tables and diagrams to record data
    • Presenting data using charts and graphs
    • Interpreting data and drawing conclusions
    • Evaluating
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  • Developing Mathematical Reasoning and Learning Key Facts

    Published 14/12/23

    In the evolving landscape of education, the significance of fostering mathematical reasoning and ensuring our young learners grasp key mathematical facts play a pivotal role in shaping our children's mathematical journey.

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  • Teaching Compassion

    Published 17/11/23

    Compassion - The feeling or emotion, when a person is moved by the suffering or distress of another, and by the desire to relieve it. (Oxford English Dictionary)

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