Kindly funded by the Barbican through our involvement in the drum works programme On 25th February 30 students from years 7-9, most of whom have been involved in the drum works programme, went to the Barbican to experience ‘The Encounter’. They were rapidly transported deep into the Amazonian rainforest through a unique combination of story-telling…

The Warren Sixth Form have selected 12 of their top performing students to take part in the Futures Programme, the programme is committed to ensuring young people from all communities get an excellent education and opportunities in life. One of the ways in which they are working towards improving access to higher education is through…

On the 11th February the whole of year 12 were taken to Jo Richardson School to attend the ‘Safe Drive Stay Alive’ presentation, the Warren school has been attending Safe Drive Stay Alive for the past three years. Without showing any extreme detail; the young people receive a powerful and emotive message about the reality…

Last week 8 of our year 12 students continued with their mentoring programme with Dairy Crest, the students had the opportunity to meet with their mentors and experience what their working environment was like. The students thoroughly enjoyed the morning and gained real experience and knowledge on how a multimillion pound company work. On Friday…

On Monday 25th January during lunch time we had over 40 boys register at the Sports hall ready to compete and represent their Form Group in our Indoor Football tournament. All the boys involved showed great enthusiasm and passion and were very respectful to the Sixth Form Sports Leaders – Ayo, Alfie and Keith who…

On the 2nd February we were fortunate enough to be able to welcome in the second wave youth theatre company to work with selected members of year 10 including GCSE drama students and form reps to take part in a drama workshop, watch a performance and question the actors. This was all part of the…

On Thursday 5th February we welcomed ARC theatre company back into school. We have seen Natalie and her team many times over the years and they are always a pleasure to have in engaging students in topics that are traditionally seen as tough to talk about. The entire of year 9 and 10 were involved…

Barbican Composition and Performance project with Sydney Russell School On Wednesday 3rd February the music department took a selection of students from years 9 and 10 along for their 3rd session working on a composition and performance project with musicians from the Barbican. The final product will be performed at the Broadway theatre at the…