A tense and fiercely contested Year 7 inter-form Spelling Bee took place on 29th June. One student representing each form took part, spelling words of increasing levels of difficulty. One by one the contestants fell by the wayside until only two remained. The winning competitor needed to spell both the word that the rival contestant…

Tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying As a school we are extremely proud to be part of a project working with Diversity Role Models to tackle all forms of discrimination and HBT bullying.  This is a wide ranging project that has involved training for school governors, teaching and support staff in addition to 2 days…

On Friday 17th June the entire school took part in St. John Ambulance’s Big First Aid Lesson.  The students watched the interactive live lesson which was streamed across the country into thousands of classrooms.  First aid is such an important skill for everyone to learn and through this stream it was not only the students…

Arc theatre group specialises in creating and performing theatre that challenges assumptions and changes the way that people relate to each other in the community. Pupils were inspired by the workshops and were engaged when exploring issues in the field of diversity, inclusion, education, criminal justice and community cohesion. The Arc theatre company has helped…

On Saturday 18th June students from the school performed at the Marks Gate primary school community day.  They were entertaining the crowds and helping to showcase what they had learnt at the Warren to parents, local businesses, community members and even the Mayor.  We were very lucky this year to be able to once again…

Last week we were presented with a cheque for £1200 by the Honourable Company of Air Pilots, this was to help with the set up costs of starting the Duke of Edinburg Award at The Warren School. A group of year ten students will be undertaking the Bronze Award and Captain Dace Watson came to…