We have high expectations of our pupils and whilst we do not have an exhaustive list of school expectations, the lists of dos and don’ts can be expressed as follows:
School Code of Conduct
- show kindness to everyone
- be truthful
- be polite and considerate
- wear your uniform with pride
- encourage others to achieve their potential
- make eye contact and smile when passing adults
- hold doors open when people are following
- avoid saying rude or hurtful things
- follow teachers’ instructions
- ask for help when unsure
- keep trying your hardest – even when work is difficult.
Please do not:
- say anything unkind or upsetting
- ﬁght or play-ﬁght
- drop litter or leave rooms untidy
- interfere with anyone else’s possessions.
The Dining Room:
- Use good table manners at the lunch table
- Keep your elbows off the table
- alk quietly to people immediately by you
- Remain seated unless you have permission from a teacher or lunchtime supervisor to leave
- Keep your mouth closed when eating.
- Keep your kit and other belongings neatly in your locker or on your peg
- Never interfere with anyone’s possessions
- Do not play or linger in the Cloakroom.
- Show good sportsmanship at all times
- Accept all decisions made by the adults
- Play within the rules and spirit of the game
- Wear your school kit smartly and with pride
- Be friendly towards your opponents
- Be positive with your team mates.
School Trips (including coach journeys):
- Act in a polite and considerate way at all times
- Do not approach strangers
- Always stay with the group
- Follow any special rules that might be given on an outing.
Property at School:
- Do not bring expensive items or money to school (other than small amounts of money for tuck or Chapel collection)
- All belongings should be clearly named
- Mobile phones must be handed in to Reception on arrival
- Do not bring electronic devices to school
- Do not sell items at school.
Coaches and Minibuses:
- Always wear your seat belt correctly
- Never put any part of your body out of a window
- Know how to evacuate the vehicle quickly and safely
- Give a good impression to other road users
- Follow instructions from the teacher or driver
- Leave the bus in a clean state.
These rules are not exhaustive, and additional guidance will be given from time to time.
This document details the information we are required by the Independent Schools Inspectorate to provide to you in writing each year regarding the school.
SECTION I - Information we are required by ISI (The Independent Schools Inspectorate) to communicate to parents
This information is on the Parent Portal and the School Website but we are also required to remind you of it annually
Information which must be provided to you directly (on paper or by email):
a) The School’s address and telephone number and the name of the Head Master:
Warwick School Myton Road Warwick
Tel: 01926 776400
Mr J. Barker
b) The address and telephone number of the Registered Office of Warwick Independent Schools Foundation:
Warwick School Myton Road Warwick
Tel: 01926 735400
c) The name and address for correspondence of the Chair of the Governing Body:
Mr D B Stevens (Chairman – Warwick Independent Schools Foundation)
Warwick Independent Schools Foundation Warwick School Myton Road
Warwick CV34 6PP
d) A statement of the School’s Aims and Values
The Aims of Warwick School
Our vision – Warwick School will be the most inspiring, rounded and caring boys’ school in the UK –‘Altiora Peto’.
Our purpose – to inspire and nurture every pupil to thrive in the world, both now and in the future – the Warwick Way.
The Warwick Way is what makes us distinctive and special – the beliefs and values that deﬁne us. Pupils are at the heart of everything we do. We exist to inspire and nurture them spiritually, intellectually, physically and socially. We want to build on their individual strengths and help them grow into well-rounded young men: conﬁdent but not arrogant, who can play a positive role in the world.
We seek to foster:
- Curiosity – to ask questions, challenge ideas and think for oneself
- Creativity – to use imagination, without limitations
- Courage – to embrace challenge and always to do what is right
- Perseverance – to keep trying, regardless of the outcome
- Responsibility – to create a better world around us
- Humility – to listen and respect others and to put them ﬁrst
Statement of Values
We seek ‘higher things’ in all areas of school life:
- Academic excellence. We aim to enable pupils to achieve their academic potential by developing a spirit of intellectual curiosity, the conﬁdence to persevere in the face of difficulties and a lifelong enjoyment of learning.
- Outstanding pastoral care. We foster a safe, caring and happy community, based on Christian values of humility, courtesy and good manners, in which the well-being of each individual is paramount, irrespective of their background, and in which pupils grow to be conﬁdent, but not arrogant.
- A co-curricular programme that delivers both excellence and opportunity for all. We offer a very broad range of activities with the objective of striving for excellence whilst also offering the widest participation possible, so that every pupil has the opportunity to learn responsibility for himself and others.
- A sense of community. We seek to help our pupils embrace the world around them and appreciate that we are part of a greater whole, socially, morally and spiritually, with an obligation to serve as engaged, responsible citizens both within the School and wider Foundation, and within the local and global community.
- Recruit, retain and develop exceptional staff. We aim to appoint hard-working, talented and inspirational staff who are deeply committed to the School and who, in turn, feel valued and supported to develop as professionals.
- The development and maintenance of our site and facilities. We look to maintain our current provision at the highest levels and continue to develop ﬁrst-class facilities to support all areas of school life.
SECTION II - Information that must be available to you:
a) particulars of the School’s policy on and arrangements for admissions, discipline and exclusions;
b) particulars of educational and welfare provision for pupils with statements and pupils for whom English is an additional language;
c) particulars of the policy on the curriculum;
ii. health and safety on activities outside the School,
iii. rewards and sanctions
e) particulars of the School’s academic performance during the preceding school year, including the results of any public examinations;
f) details of the complaints procedure and the number of complaints registered under the formal procedure during the preceding school year;
g) the number of staff at the School, including temporary staff, and a summary of their qualiﬁcations.
This information can be sent to you on request, or can be viewed in School.
SECTION III - Information that must be published on our website or sent to you on request
Policy to safeguard and promote the welfare of children at the School (Child Protection). This is available to download on the School Website.
SECTION IV - Sending of Inspection Report to Parents
It is a requirement that we send to you a copy of the Inspection Report. All current parents received a Report after our recent inspection in March 2018, and that Report is available on the School’s Website.