The Cheshire Science Centre was opened in 2008 to produce outstanding science facilities for pupils at Warwick School. The Science Centre has been made possible by a number of generous donors. We are grateful for their support which continues to impact on generations of boys at Warwick.
In July 2016 we completed a capital appeal to raise £1.1 million to help build Warwick Hall. Over 350 people made gifts to the campaign, sponsoring named stones or major spaces within the new hall.
The David Stooke Memorial Humanities Prize was established by a group of OWs. Bill Penn (WS 1970-75) was inspired to set up an annual memorial prize in honour of the unique and inspiring English teacher who taught at Warwick from 1970 to 1998. The appeal closed in January 2021 with donation of over £4,500. The aim of this prize is to recognise achievement and endeavour in the broad-based range of Humanities, including Drama, English and art.
An annual award of £250 will be made to an outstanding Warwick pupil who demonstrates endeavour and interest in the humanities determined by the Head of English, Senior Tutor and Head Master on submission of an essay.
In 2018 we raised funds as part of the One Campus Plus project. Looking to enhance facilities across the Foundation schools. Thanks to the generosity of our donors we were able to install a 3G rugby pitch. We also have plans to add a permanent supporters stand to this project.