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  • Pupil Voice

    Published 06/10/20

    Here is an update from our Pupil Voice group, written by Senior Prefect Archie McCusker.

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  • Green Flag for Warwick!

    Published 16/09/20

    What a year it has been for the Green Team at Warwick School! A year of hard work, setbacks, exhilarating successes, and finally the award we have been working towards for four years – our first Green Flag!

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  • Kissing it Better's Art and Poetry Competition

    Published 01/07/20

    Last Friday 11 winners from the Kissing it Better Art and Poetry competitions met for a safe distance photo outside Warwick Hospital with Fiona Burton, Director of Nursing.

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  • Funds raised for Brass for Africa

    Published 11/06/20

    Warwick School has raised further funds for Brass for Africa.

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  • Myton Hospice Grow 100

    Published 03/06/20

    A team of eight Warwick School Sixth Formers were set a challenge to grow £100 for Myton Hospice, alongside five other schools.

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  • All Boxed-up for Charity

    Published 02/06/20

    Over 100 Warwick School boys slept in cardboard boxes to raise money for charity.

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  • Half-Term Activities for Key Workers' Children

    Published 02/06/20

    During May half-term Warwick School once again organised an enjoyable holiday programme for the children of key workers.

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  • Isolation Diary by Leo

    Published 01/04/20

    Leo has written a great diary whilst in isolation, fairly traumatic but definitely worth a read.

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  • Ironstone Open Exhibition

    Published 11/02/20

    The opening night of the Ironstone Exhibition at Banbury Museum provided a great opportunity for some of our GCSE and A Level students to display their talents

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  • Exhibition of Young Local Artists

    Published 03/02/20

    The ‘Exhibition of Young Local Artists’, hosted here at Warwick School, was established in 1985 and started with just five schools.

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