“It was so funny!” cried Hanna Coka as she walked out of the performance. The Year 7 students were treated to a Cinderella pantomime on 23rd November 2016. The actors were fun and energetic, which made the show magical. In classic pantomime fashion, the actors engaged the audience by allowing the children to participate in…

Another tense victory for the Year 10 boys sees them edge closer to claiming the Borough Cup championship. After conceding two early goals, Warren worked hard to find their stride and put pressure on a disciplined Barking Abbey defence. With 8 minutes to go and two attempts being saved by the woodwork, all bets were…

On Friday 18th November our school healthy eating policy was momentarily suspended to allow a group of keen fundraisers and bakers from year 10 to put on a cake sale for Children in Need.  They stayed long after school on the Thursday night working tirelessly with the wonderful Ms Parkes to put together a fantastic…

The Media Studies department took 19 students on a trip of a lifetime to Hollywood, Los Angeles during the October half-term break.  The year 12 and 13 students enjoyed seeing all that LA had to offer. During our stay we visited Universal Studios and enjoyed all of the rides and tours including the most recent…

On Armistice Day, Friday 11th November 2016 The Warren School observed the Two Minute Silence to remember and honour those who have lost their lives in conflicts throughout the world and to pay respect to our relatives and friends who are no longer with us. To mark this very important day members of the student…

On the 27th September 2016 The Warren School welcomed back The Arc Theatre Project with their latest RAISED VOICES film presentation written and performed by young women from different schools in Barking & Dagenham. Year 10, 9 and 8 pupils watched the film and took part in a lively discussion on topics such as Child…

The Government and Politics department took part in an exciting Question Time debate, held at Westminster Abbey. Renee Smith (Year 12) was specially selected to pose a question to the panel, which amongst others included an MP, Journalist and Educational Advisor. The students took part in a debate which discussed a wide-range of political topics;…

Sixth form students working with the Metropolitan Police  For the next 3-4 weeks all sixth form students will be working with PC Graeme Halleron, our designated schools officer, on a range of issues including: Drugs & Alcohol – The law surrounding these, crime and the consequences Stop & Search – Understanding your rights and the…

On 12th October we took 30 GCSE Drama students to the Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End to see a production of Sunny Afternoon. Seeing the show has given the students lots of inspiration for their own practical exam performances that are taking place over the coming weeks. The students were behaved incredibly throughout.…