From September 2019 Loxford School Trust will be completely cashless and we will only be accepting online payments via ParetPay. Please ensure your parents have set up and activated your ParentPay account in order to pay for all meals, school trips, stationery and revision guides. Please note – we still strictly be accepting no cash and you will no…

On 12th December the Warren held a General Election in line with the actual election held on this day. The campaign began in early November, with the sixth form politics students organising parties, electing leaders and creating their campaign messages. Some also got in contact with local members of the Labour and Conservative parties, and…

Our year 8 boys Rugby team took part in an East London emerging rugby festival at Barking Rugby Club on Tuesday 17th December 2019. Organised by Keith Hughes, Barking Rugby Clubs community coach, the tournament included schools from Barking, Dagenham, Newham and Redbridge. The aim of the tournament is to encourage boys to play rugby…

Our class won the rewards trip to go to Winter Wonderland by working hard and encouraging everyone in the form to do all their HW and the hard work paid off. On the trip is was cold but exciting and the best way to end the year. On the way back our good behaviour was…

Tuesday 10th December 2019 saw Warren’s first rugby game of the year and what a better way to do this, than in a tournament against other schools at a local rugby club. Warren took to their first game battling hard, getting stuck straight into tackles showing no fear at all. Unfortunately, two tries scored early…

On Wednesday 11th December we welcomed members of the London Metropolitan Police, the London Ambulance service and The Flavasum Trust to run a whole day’s workshop for the Year 9 students. The anti-knife crime sessions aimed to reach out to young people and engage them about the risk of carrying knives or other weapons. The…

Selected year 9s were lucky enough to attend a showing of The Lost Thing at The Royal Opera House on Thursday 12th Dec. The show was a musical reimagining of Shaun Tan’s beautifully illustrated book about a boy who helps a lost thing find its way home. A cast of disabled and non-disabled singers, dancers…

 On Weds 4th December Year 9 held their Christmas interform competition, which this year was Yule Log decorating.   Each form group selected 3 students to represent their form and decorate the logs. Students showed amazing skills designing and crafting their ideas out of icing, chocolates, sweets, and ginger bread and both Miss Doo and Mrs Lawless…

Recently we held a Karaoke Competition during lunchtime for Year 7 students. Each form group was invited to enter an act, it could be a soloist or group and all they needed to do was sing their favourite song to a Karaoke backing track. Some form groups had so many talented singers they entered more…

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Safer Neighbourhood Board (SNB) has recently secured funding from Mayor of London for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) to deliver programmes within the borough to support the reduction of crime and disorder and offer preventative work to support our children and young people. Through the funding they have commissioned Street Doctors to deliver…

Perhaps it was fitting that The Warren School Year 7 Panto treat in 2019 was Dick Whittington considering the General Election taking place this December.  Year 7 were dazzled by our hero trying to make his fortune and battle the evil King Rat. They loved the song and dance routines and the seasonal Panto gags.…