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Three academically balanced forms enter the school at 7+ and remain in place until entry to senior school at 11+.

Boys in the Lower School, the first two years of the Junior School, are taught mainly by their Form Tutor with specialist teachers delivering French, PE, Games, Music and Art / DT. As the boys progress into the Upper School (Year 5 and Year 6) subject specialists take an increasing number of subjects, including the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science.

English, Mathematics and Science are the core subjects followed throughout the four years. This core is supplemented by Art, Computing, Design and Technology, French, Geography, History, Music, Performing Arts, Personal, Social and Health Education and Religious Education. The courses offered more than fulfil requirements of the National Curriculum.

Individual classes have one double period of Physical Education a week taught by members of the PE department. In addition to this, each year group has a designated Games afternoon delivered by both PE teachers and the Junior School games staff.

During the four year period in the Junior School, the pursuit of oracy, literacy and numeracy remains the priority, but not to the exclusion of the creative and less formal approaches to all subjects.

Our Year 6 boys sit the competitive Entrance Examination for acceptance into Warwick Senior School. Whilst we ensure that our boys receive a broad and engaging curriculum, we provide all the support and preparation our pupils need to help them achieve their potential in their Warwick School entrance exams.


Curriculum Support 

The Curriculum Support department works with boys who are identified as needing additional help, usually with literacy and numeracy skills, to meet their learning potential. Some are boys whose learning difficulties have been identified by an Educational Psychologist; others have been identified as a concern by a member of staff and/or parents. Support plans are drawn up for the boys concerned, indicating the targets to be worked on and strategies for use in the classroom. These are available to all staff via the school’s Intranet. Boys are withdrawn from another aspect of the curriculum, but never English, Mathematics, Science, Games or PE. The provision is reviewed on a regular basis with many pupils only requiring a short period of intervention. An additional charge is made for all those requiring curriculum support.