The year 11 boys put up a good fight in the final of the London Cup coming from behind twice to make it 2-2 just after half time but in the end we lost the match by 5-2. We had many very good chances throughout the game with at least 5 one on one’s with…

Schools out. Get active Schools Out Get Active 2015 Summer holiday Barking and Dagenham Community Sports Team will be providing a variety of free activities for children aged 5 – 17 years old who live or go to school within Barking and Dagenham, to keep them active and healthy during school holidays. Activities include Karate,…

Warren Perform at Marksgate Festival marking the 50th Anniversary of the borough. Warren musicians and dancers performed again at the Mark’s Gate Festival on Saturday 13th June and drew a large crowd to the event.  This was the first public performance for groups such as DrumWorks and the audience were very impressed.  Well done to…

A group of 110 Year 10 Geography students went to Southend on Sea over a course of 4 days to conduct a fieldwork investigation as part of their Controlled Assessment task. The aim of the investigation was to investigate if ‘Southend is a good place for Tourism’. The students did this through the use of…

During the May Half-term Year 9 and Year 10 French and Business pupils travelled to Paris. Pupils visited a Parisian Perfumery, Disneyland Paris and the Eiffel Tower. Pupils also took a riverboat cruise along the Seine where they spotted several landmarks including the Notre Dame Cathedral. Pupils were well behaved on the trip and represented…

During March 2015 we celebrated Multilingual March at Warren by discovering different languages and scripts through form activities, trying out speaking and writing short phrases in different languages during our lessons and learning from other pupils who speak one of the 45 different languages represented at our school. At the end of March, 10 pupils…

Year 11 Football team make the London Cup Final…Warren 6 V 1 Carshalton Boys Although the match started late the boys started very quickly and soon created several good chances. Alfie Butcher broke the dead lock with a stunning strike from 25 yards. Soon after Solomon Ogunwomoju scored the first of his three goals in…

Last Friday, Jules Tipton, Director of the ‘Shakespeare and Beyond’ theatre company, taught 8XEn3 the power of language in Early Modern England. The class were fully engaged with all the activities, surpassing Jules Tipton’s expectations, “their level of achievement was greater than would be expected of their year group”. The students really enjoyed creating Shakespearean…

Congratulations to Zahra Malik for entering a winning photograph for a recent competition held by Amateur Photographer magazine. Here is short report on the competition and analysis of her photograph. I entered a competition held by amateur photographer magazine held in March 2015 and won. The competition was to send an image to represent city…