On Monday 19th February, award-winning author Alex Wheatle visited The Warren to give a talk about his life and inspirations to 80 year 9 pupils. Wheatle spoke of growing up in care, experiencing the Brixton Riots of the 1980s, and of eventually finding the inspiration to become a writer during his time in prison. All…

On Wednesday 7th February 30 year 10 students were invited to Oaks Lane Synagogue to remember Holocaust Memorial Day. Students had a truly unique opportunity to hear from holocaust survivors including 96 year old Rolf, who spoke movingly about protecting his sisters from the Hitler youth on the streets of Munich. Students also had the…

During the summer of 2017 The Warren School sent students who are part of the Drum Works project to The Walthamstow Garden Party to perform in front of hundreds of people. Many of the students have been part of the project for four years and have developed a lifelong love of drumming, performing and giving…

Safety Warning Children have enjoyed playing ROBLOX since 2011 where they can create characters and play in open online worlds which are also created by its users. The app specifies that a child-friendly chat system limits the amount of engagement younger players have with strangers. However, as with all social networks, it does not eliminate…

  On January 12th 2018 Year 10 were part of the Prison! Me! No! Way! experience. They took part in sessions that included talking to former prisoners, making choices in the street, first aid, Transport For London and seeing first hand just how uninviting a prison cell is. The day was organised by Ms Dumbrill…