The Year 11 football team have been crowned worthy champions of the Barking and Dagenham Borough Cup In a fixture that was primed to be exhilarating, fast tempo and combative, both sides failed to disappoint the capacity crowd who set the atmosphere from the whistle.  Robert Clack took an early lead with a right-footed shot from the 6-yard…

On Thursday 23/03/18 The Arc Theatre Group presented their latest set of short films to Year 7 and Year 8. All the films are written and created by Year 10 girls from all schools in Barking & Dagenham including our very own Mia Thompson-Semackor. These films deal with issues faced by our young people every…

Throughout March, we have teamed up with a leading educational charity called “My Bank” to provide year 9 students with a highly interactive and award winning “Money Twist” sessions. As part of the programme, students took part in two sessions: My Money: History and functions of money, security features of notes, currency and exchange rates.…

On Friday 23rd March 2018, Warren pupils were treated to a special trip to explore science in the real world. Pupils explored the Wonderlab, taking part in a whole host of practical and engaging activities. The trip finished with a live science show with our own Suleman Sohail aiding in one of the experiments. The…

Day 1 – Microbiology Workshop. In this session students explored the groundbreaking advances made by Florence Nightingale in the field of medical hygiene. Students swabbed a petri dish with samples from sterilized equipment, washed equipment and unwashed equipment which had been used to cut a sample of raw meat. On Friday students returned to discover…

Lea Valley Athletics Centre On Friday the 9th March 2018 we took a team of 14 students from year 7 to year 13 to take part in the National Junior Indoor Rowing Championships.  The event consisted of Rowing Clubs and Schools from around the country with over 2000 students taking part.  Our Year 8 Girls…

Mr Todd’s form 10B were asked to present an assembly on their heroes and we hope you will be as impressed as the rest of year 10 were with the outcome. Please watch and enjoy.

Year 10 students visited the Tate Britain to attend artist-led workshops and to attend an exhibition of a variety of artists. The artist leading the workshop encouraged the students to view the world from a different perspective; looking up, looking down, questioning materials, objects and thinking critically about art. Students were engaged and inspired by…