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  • Warwick School Gifted Handcrafted Plaque from Ukraine

    Published 30/06/22

    After we were successful in raising over £10,000 to buy two ambulances to send to Ukraine at the end of last term – thank you again ! – the United Ukraine Fellowship (UUF) has donated a wooden plaque to thank us for our support.

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  • Fraser heads to the Honduran Rainforest

    Published 24/06/22

    I have been accepted for a place as a research assistant on an expedition to the Honduran cloud rainforest this summer (which will further my aim of studying biological or environmental sciences at University).

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  • Alex Selected for the World Scout Jamboree 2023

    Published 24/06/22

    In the Summer of 2023, I will be attending the World Scout Jamboree in South Korea, along with 50,000 other Scouts from around the world.

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  • Design Thinking at Warwick School: (Re) inventing Again and Again

    Published 24/06/22

    The Times’ Education Commission recently published its report into the current state of schools, setting out a 15-year vision for change based upon the opinions of educationalists but drawn up in consultation with business leaders, scientists, local mayors, civic leaders and cultural figures. The report is well-timed and much-needed. The pandemic has exposed the flaws in the current educational system and the time is right for a shift in education as radical as the Education Act in 1944. 

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  • Inclusivity Week at Warwick School

    Published 23/06/22

    This term the LGBTQ+ pupil voice have worked hard to put together an engaging inclusivity week as well as making huge steps in establishing Warwick School as one of the most inclusive schools in the country.

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  • Shared Spaces Arts Festival 2022

    Published 17/06/22

    Shared Spaces - a season of arts events and creative experiences celebrating our community spaces and promoting participation and engagement across the local area. 

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  • Meet The New Head of School

    Published 17/06/22

    Having introduced myself to you in the newsletter before half-term, I would like to take this opportunity to write in more detail about what I hope to achieve in this role in the next ten months.

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  • Warwick Design Thinking Award

    Published 14/06/22

    We are excited to announce that next year, all Year 8 pupils will be studying for the Warwick Design Thinking Award. This is a course that is certified by EduQual and has been designed with the support of Warwick University Business School’s Dr Bo Kelestyn. We are the first school in the country to be offering an award of this type. Despite its popularity in America, specifically in the work pioneered by Stanford University, it is thus far only offered at university level in the UK.

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  • Year 7 Sleep Out!

    Published 10/06/22

    On Friday, 27 May, after a busy week of exams, our Year 7 pupils took part in a Sleep Out in support of Helping Hands Community Project.  

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  • Mr & Mrs Venter Bid Farewell to Way House

    Published 27/05/22

    Since August 2017, Mr Venter and I have had the huge privilege of being the boarding house parents for Way House. For those of you who are not sure of the set-up of boarding, Way House is the younger boarding house where the Year 9 and 10 boarders reside. Today is sadly our last day living at Way House; we decided it’s time for us to depart as I now step back into a teaching position and hopefully inspire the next generation of British Acupuncture students. We will be handing over our Way House keys to Mr Broadley and Miss Lowe who we believe will do a fantastic job.

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  • But I Don't Like Classical Music!

    Published 23/05/22

    Occasionally I hear pupils quote the age-old excuse “but I don’t like classical music”, whether it is in response to an invitation to a concert, the opportunity to learn an instrument or the offer to join a musical ensemble. I must be honest at this point and say that I may well have used this line myself in my youth. So why don’t young people like classical music? 

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  • National Mathematics & Physics SCITT Accreditation

    Published 20/05/22

    Warwick School and King's High School, who jointly run the Warwick Regional Hub of the National Mathematics and Physics SCITT, are delighted to announce that The National Mathematics & Physics (NMAP) SCITT has been successful in its application for accreditation for the delivery of Initial Teacher Training (ITT) from September 2024 onwards. 

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