Warwick School shortlisted for Independent Boys' School of the Year Award
Warwick School are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the Boys’ School category in the Independent Schools of the Year awards 2020.
The awards were launched in 2018 to highlight the excellence of the student experience in independent schools. The boys’ school category specifically looks for schools that are ‘providing an outstandingly rich experience for students, allowing boys to grow and develop through access to innovative and meaningful programmes’.
Some of the initiatives highlighted in the award include academic enhancement such as the Year 8 critical thinking programme and the bespoke Philosophy qualification taught in Year 10, developed in association with the NCH London. Our exceptional pastoral care, sport for all ethos and community initiatives such as the Year 9 Pickard Street programme have also been highlighted, as well as our innovative Year 7 music scheme.
Mr Barker, Head of Warwick School commented, “I am delighted that we have been shortlisted for this national award amongst so many other exceptional schools across the UK. Warwick School has a long history of providing an outstanding, all round education for our pupils. High academic expectations and achievements, together with outstanding pastoral care and exceptional co-curricular provision make Warwick School a wonderful place to be educated. It is testament to our exceptional staff that we have been shortlisted for this award.”
The overall winner of the award will be announced in October.
Our sister school, King’s High School, also part of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, has been shortlisted for the ‘Girl’s School of the Year’ award. Please click here for further information.
You can find out more about the Independent Schools of the Year awards here.