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January 2021

  • EPQ and Cyber EPQ at Warwick

    Published 28/01/21

    We are delighted to report that this year we have 87 pupils studying for the EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) at Warwick.

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  • Holocaust Memorial Day

    Published 27/01/21

    This week, Wednesday 27 January, was Holocaust Memorial Day: an act of national remembrance first commemorated in 2001.    

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  • Virtual travel from Hong Kong to Beijing

    Published 26/01/21

    School House (which currently comprises 19 boarders and 6 staff) are aiming to virtually travel the distance from Hong Kong to Beijing by the end of February half term.

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  • Floreat - Academic Enrichment

    Published 25/01/21

    Our Academic Enrichment Programme ‘Floreat’ has just been published.

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  • Time & Space @Home

    Published 21/01/21

    Faced with the restrictions of lockdown, we moved both the Time & Space events online.

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  • Weathering the Storm

    Published 20/01/21

    It was common amongst Dutch painters in the 16th century to paint images like the above painting, ‘Ships in a Storm on a Rocky Coast’ by Jan Porcellis, as a metaphor for the torment of the soul and the resilience of the human spirit in the face of adversity.

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  • Crime at Rayville Manor

    Published 18/01/21

    Charlie Graham in 7B has written this script ‘Crime at Rayville Manor’ inspired by the remote-learning that we are doing in Drama at the moment.

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  • Sixth Form weekly quiz

    Published 18/01/21

    General knowledge powerpoint quizzes have become a weekly feature of form time for the Sixth Form.

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  • Library Update

    Published 14/01/21

    While the physical library is closed, Mrs DeVouge-Bernards continues working on giving boys a library experience from home.

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  • Clubs and Activities-Lent Term

    Published 14/01/21

    Soon after the lockdown was announced work began to create a new programme of virtual activities so that the flourishing Co-Curricular life of Warwick School could continue.

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