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A Day in the Life

Charity and Community News

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  • Warwickshire Police Cadets Scheme

    Published 14/02/19

    Today PC Darren Lund and Sixth Form pupil Sam Maunder spoke in Assembly to years 8, 9, 10 and 11 about Warwickshire Police Cadets Scheme.

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  • Aaron delivers Dementia Talk

    Published 13/02/19

    Aaron is a Dementia Ambassador and former member of Kissing it Better.

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  • Go Green!

    Published 08/02/19

    This week at Warwick School we have embarked on a massive ‘eco’ project to reduce landfill and encourage recycling best practice.

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  • Gregory Weston's Neurorehabilitation

    Published 06/02/19

    Gregory Weston came to Warwick School to share his experience of neurorehabilitation after a serious brain injury.

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  • Charity this Christmas

    Published 19/12/18

    The Warwick School community has been busy raising funds for charity this Christmas.

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  • Book collection for Warwick Hospital

    Published 26/11/18

    Warwick School community donated books for the League of Friends at Warwick School.

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  • Teatime Jazz Concert

    Published 26/11/18

    Priors House Care Home was treated to an afternoon of Jazz and Scones.

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  • Town Crier receives a Big Cheer

    Published 29/10/18

    Oyez, oyez, oyez! Warwick School students received a public news announcement in true historical style.

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  • Making Music

    Published 17/09/18

    On Saturday 15 September, Warwick School held its first ‘Making Music Day’!

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  • Wolf Run - Done!

    Published 03/07/18

    Congratulations on a top effort, braving the mud and water, to raise money for a charity, very close to home.

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  • A story with a happy ending!

    Published 23/05/18

    Some 1000+ books have had a long and arduous journey.....but eventually have reached their new home.

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  • Sixth Formers sign up to save lives

    Published 12/03/18

    Students at Warwick School have been given the chance to sign up as lifesavers as part of a national campaign to educate 16-18 year olds about blood, organ, and bone marrow donation.

    On the 5th March , a team  from the blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan visited the school as part of it’s  Lifesaving education programme 'Be a Hero'.

    84 students signed up to the register, which was an amazing number for a new school to the programme.

    Anthony Nolan uses its register to match potential bone marrow donors to blood cancer patients in desperate need of a lifesaving bone marrow transplant.

    Mr Jefferies, Head of Sixth Form, Warwick School,  

    "It was great to hear first-hand from the team at Anthony Nolan about the work they do, the need for donors,  and the process involved. I am delighted that after hearing the talk, so many boys signed up to the donor register."

    Sarah Cleveley, Regional Development Manager at Anthony Nolan, says,

    “We know that young people make the best bone marrow donors so it’s fantastic so see students so engaged with the cause. We hope that more local schools will sign up to our education programme and help us educate their students about becoming lifesavers.”

    To find out more about the education programme and the bone marrow register, please visit www.anthonynolan.org.

     

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