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News at Warwick

March 2020

  • Donations to NHS and Helping Hands

    Published 31/03/20

    At a time when everyone is pulling together to help the NHS and local communities, Warwick School is no exception.

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  • Stay active during lock-down

    Published 26/03/20

    Our Director of Sport, Mr Hancock has shared this with all staff and asked us to share to the community! So here goes......

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  • Remote Teaching and Learning in Action

    Published 25/03/20

    Our buildings may be closed, but we continue unbowed at Warwick School. Hundreds of live lessons have been taught over Microsoft Teams, keeping our young men’s minds active and continuing their learning and development.

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  • From our Chaplain at Warwick

    Published 25/03/20

    Dear Blue and White Community, I pray this sunny morning finds each of you well and warm!

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  • Oxford Union Debating Competition

    Published 18/03/20

    Warwick School hosted twenty five schools for the Oxford Union Competition.

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  • Big Talks at Warwick

    Published 17/03/20

    On Monday we hosted a brand new event – Big Talks – an initiative started by Nahla Summers.

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  • Practically Perfect in Every Way

    Published 16/03/20

    The Bridge House Theatre was transported back to England 1910, with Mary Poppins arriving on the doorstep of the Banks family.

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  • Apprenticeship Evening

    Published 12/03/20

    Through the eyes of a Sixth Former.....

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  • Young Enterprise Update

    Published 07/03/20

    Warwick School and King's High School have begun their 'Young Enterprise' campaigns, showcasing their companies and products.

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