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Junior School News

Welcome to our latest news section, where you can read all about the latest events and stories from around the school.

Here, you can also view 'The Warwickian', our termly celebration of all things Warwick School.



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  • Message from Mr Bond: 21 April 2023

    Published 21/04/23

    It was wonderful to welcome everyone back this week after the Easter holidays. At the start of the week I asked the boys to think about 'differences' and, with a little help from 'Finding Nemo' and the wonder of a rainbow, we considered how working together and valuing each others strengths and interests can make our school community a stronger, more positive place to be. The message of the week was wonderfully summarised by one of our Year 3 boys who wrote: 'A school is like a rainbow - every pupil sticks together like the colours.  Every teacher is like a smile as she inspires young minds.'

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 17 March 2023

    Published 20/03/23

    This week, Scott House held their charity day for the World Wildlife Fund. It is a real strength of the school that each year the houses not only choose their charities - which is never an easy choice when there are so many well deserving causes - but also plan and implement their charity day.

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 10 March 2023

    Published 10/03/23

    At the start of the week, I introduced the new learning strength that the boys will be focusing on at school - communication. In particular we discussed the skill of listening and its vital role in effectively sharing and exchanging information. It is therefore apt that this week involved a number of events where listening was key!

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 3 March 2023

    Published 03/03/23

    Access to books and the encouragement of the habit of reading: these two things are the first and most necessary steps in education and librarians, teachers and parents all over the country know it. It is our children’s right and it is also our best hope, and their best hope, for the future.” Michael Morpurgo

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 17 February 2023

    Published 20/02/23

    In assembly this week, I shared with the boys some details of the life of Galileo who was born on the 15th February 1564.

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 10 February 2023

    Published 17/02/23

    Earlier this week, I took a prospective parent around the school and it was lovely to be able to show off the range of lessons and topics the boys study as part of their extensive curriculum. From cryptography and passwords in Computing, using microscopes in the science lab, developing their knowledge of climate change in Geography and creating Tiki heads in Art, it was evident how much the boys enjoyed their lessons. 

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 3 February 2023

    Published 03/02/23

    Pictured: semi-finalists eSQuires at the Pro Corda Chamber Music Festival - Oscar, Ethan, Dylan, Freddie, Reuben and Harvey

    This week the pupils were asked to consider the meaning of responsibility which will be their learning strength focus over the coming weeks.

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 27 January 2023

    Published 27/01/23

    Pictured: Green Team Photography Competition - Harrison, Alex and James

    In the assembly this week, I asked the boys to think about the importance of the very 'smallest of things'. We looked at the art work of Dalton Ghetti who makes sculptures out of pencil leads.

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  • Message from Mr Bond: 13 January 2023

    Published 13/01/23

    Picture: Lent term prefects

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  • Welcome to our new Headmaster

    Published 04/01/23

    After 6 years of outstanding leadership, Andrew Hymer has retired as Head of Warwick Junior School at the end of December 2022.

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  • Message from Mr Hymer: 15 December 2022

    Published 16/12/22

    Our Choirs have enjoyed a busy end to the year performing at the Christmas Concert and also in the Carol Service. Our Micro Choir added a further engagement when they sang at Myton Hospice in their Service of Remembrance. The boys were the most wonderful ambassadors for the school in performing two pieces the 'Three Wise Men and 'Carol of the Bells'.

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  • Message from Mr Hymer: 9 December 2022

    Published 09/12/22

    It was with the greatest of sadness we learned that our former colleague, Mrs Appleyard had passed away on Tuesday. Mrs Appleyard worked in the Junior School for 21 years, most latterly supporting boys when they were isolating due to Covid restrictions.

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