On Wednesday 17th January 2018 our Year 7 Boys were involved in a Borough League match against Greatfields School. During the 1st half there were very few chances created for both teams sue to superb defending from both sets of players. However, just before half time we managed to break the deadlock and went…

This week from the Warren School is holding the election to the Barking and Dagenham Youth Forum. Students will be voting at break and lunch for the male and female representative of their choosing.

Choosing the best GCSE options for students to excel in their studies and progress along their desired career path. The options process is overseen by Ms Ashe, Deputy Headteacher, and Mr Adams, Achievement Team Leader for Year 9. The steps in the process include: Letter sent to parents setting out detail of the Options Process…

The winter term saw some brilliant inter-form competitions take place amongst the year 9 Year group. The competitions varied from a Warren’s Got Talent Show, which involved everything from dancing to stand-up comedy, to an intense Spelling Bee. There has also been a psychology contest looking to identify what goes on inside the brain of…

6th Form Careers event at The Crystal Conference Centre On 18th December, a number of The Warren 6th form students were given a wonderful opportunity to attend careers fair and conference at The Crystal Conference Centre, located in the Royal Docks. The event was hosted by the Teach First Programme and it enabled students to…

The last couple of weeks have been busy here at The Warren School. This year’s Christmas charity appeal, which was led by the 6th Form Prefects, was to collect items for The Barking Food Bank. The staff and students managed to collect a huge amount of food, clothing, toiletries and other gifts for this whole…

The 6th Form Prefects worked like little elves this year to produce a tempting array of baked goods. The whole of the school was delighted! Thank you to everyone who supported this successful event.

This year the Warren School is lucky enough to be a part of the Old Vic Theatre’s ‘Schools Club’. Being a member of the ‘Schools Club’ initiative allows 30 of our most talented drama students to take part in specialist workshops run by the Old Vic Theatre’s practitioners, attend numerous theatre performances as well as…