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  • Warwick School named Independent Boys’ School of the Year 2022

    Published 14/10/22

    Spirits have been running high among staff and pupils at Warwick School after being named Independent Boys’ School of the Year at a prestigious awards ceremony.  

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  • PSHEE Careers at Warwick School

    Published 25/11/22
    On Tuesday, 22 November, Warwick School Careers Department delivered Personal Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHEE) careers to our Year 9 cohort.  
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  • Food For Thought

    Published 18/11/22

    Warwick School and the Warwick Schools Foundation prides itself on the production of healthily and wholesome meals all produced by our extremely talented in house catering teams. 

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  • Warwick and King's Host Their First Joint House Event

    Published 11/11/22

    Following the union of Warwick School and King’s High School on the Myton Road Campus, and KHS transitioning from four to six houses, both schools have established ‘paired houses’ which are able to run joint house activities. 

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  • Orchestra of the Swan's New Season at Warwick Hall

    Published 15/10/22

    Join us on Thursday 10th November, 7:30pm at Warwick Hall for an unforgettable evening.

    Violinist Priya Mitchell described by The Strad as “one of the foremost violinists of her generation”, and The Swan’s Principal Conductor Michael Collins, help to kick off The Swan’s new season at our Warwick residency, in a concert that sets out to explore what constitutes as truly American music in the 21st century.

    Culturally and politically America is a bewildering tangle of contradictions. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that its music reflects that confusion. What we perceive as the quintessentially ‘American’ sound was in fact inspired by the immigrants, refugees and slaves who disseminated their astonishingly rich musical heritage wherever they settled. As America continues to struggle with its pernicious legacy of slavery and genocide this concert explores what constitutes a truly American music in the 21st century.

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  • Warwick School Partner With Warwick District Foodbank

    Published 14/10/22

    At Warwick School, we pride ourselves on the educational and extracurricular programme that we offer our pupils. We are confident that they will achieve the best that they can both academically and in the orchestra; on the stage; on the canvas and on the fields. We are also committed to focusing on ensuring that our pupils leave us with a belief in their ability to contribute positively to society. 

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  • Gecko Theatre company workshop

    Published 13/10/22

    On 13 October we welcomed the actor and performer Miguel from theatre company GECKO to lead a workshop for our Sixth Form drama pupils. GECKO’s theatre is very physical relying on breath and fast movement to inspire their superb productions which have an international reputation.

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  • Celebrating Languages at Warwick School

    Published 06/10/22

    Classrooms and corridors at Warwick last week were echoing with vocabulary and conversations in a myriad of different European languages in celebration of the European Day of Languages.

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  • Diversity, culture, and lawn bowls

    Published 23/09/22

    Each and every Warwick School pupil will have something that is their passion. We have pupils in school who are sailors, scuba divers, chess players, astronomers, actors, musicians, computer programmers or spend their time volunteering in a variety of settings.

    As a community it is vital we are inclusive to all pupils, whatever their passion or interest, respecting their dedication and admiring the work they put into it. We can learn so much from each other.

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  • Test-Match-Tom's Dream Work Experience

    Published 16/09/22

    Over the Summer Holidays, Thomas in Year 10 completed his dream work placement writing articles for the Warwickshire Cricket Board website.

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  • Her Majesty was an Inspiration to Young and Old

    Published 08/09/22

    We join the nation in deepest sadness at the loss of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty was an inspiration to young and old around the globe, and to us all. Our family of schools in the Warwick Schools Foundation send sincere condolences to the Royal family. 

    The Queen and her sister, Princess Margaret, were the last members of the Royal family to be educated at home by tutors, in the traditional manner. The Queen was taught constitutional History by the Provost of Eton, and learned to speak French fluently. Her predecessor, Henry VIII was influenced by the scholar Erasmus - who promoted the liberal arts and sciences over military training – in the curriculum studied by Henry VIII’s children.  

    Warwick School’s royal connections go back more than 1000 years to King Edward the Confessor, including the re-establishment by King Henry VIII in 1545 of ‘the King’s New School of Warwick’ (and therefore the ‘King’ in ‘King’s High School') which ultimately led to the Warwick Schools Foundation we know today.

    Richard Nicholson, Principal of Warwick Schools Foundation, commented:  

    ‘I can only say what we all know – Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II was an inspiration to us all, and a Mother to our nation. Her values, duty, and model of leadership will continue to shine a light for all young people, and our pupils in the Warwick Schools Foundation. 

    We cherish very happy memories of Her Majesty’s daughter, HRH The Princess Royal’s recent visit to the Warwick Schools Foundation and we extend to the Princess Royal and the Royal Family our deepest condolences.’ 

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  • Encounters Michaelmas term 2022

    Published 06/09/22

    We are pleased to announce another term packed full of diverse, exciting, and thought-provoking talks from a range of inspiring speakers. Pupils from all year groups are welcome to attend what is sure to be another fantastic term of events.

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