The Warren School was very pleased to welcome pupils from Warren Juniors, Marks Gate Junior school and John Bramston Primary on Friday the 6th July 2018. Pupils had the opportunity to participate in lessons in a wide range of subjects including art, science, mathematics, design and technology and media. Thank you to all staff involved in…

On 19th June our year 9 students took part in a series of anti-knife crime workshops run by the Borough. The day was made up of 4 sessions: A paramedic from the London Ambulance Service talked of her first hand experiences dealing with knife crime on the streets of East London. She spoke of the…

Year 10 had their Business and Enterprise Day on 5th July. All arrived in their business wear and spent the day learning about roles in the world of business by creating their own show company. The final presentations were excellent- well done to Footprint for the winning idea.

Boardroom meetings; interviewing potential clients; sitting (and spinning) in the chair of a CEO who oversees a multi-billion pound business…all in a day’s work for twenty-five Year 8 students who were invited to spend the day with leading insurance providers, Merkel International. The day started with a trip into the capital’s financial epicentre, taking in…

Following a hugely success Year 6 Transition day, on Friday 29th June, I was honoured to welcome a variety of students from over 50 Primary schools from around the local area to an exciting and engaging day of lessons and activities. As the new Achievement Team Leader for Year 7, starting in September, I was…

Year 11 students from The Warren School once again celebrated the end of their academic year with a Prom on Thursday 21st  June 2018. The event was held at Woolston Manor Golf and Country Club, Chigwell. Our students really made an effort with their appearance as they arrived in an array of fabulous vehicles. Award…

Having qualified from the group stage, the Year 9 Boys Footballl team finished runners-up in the borough league after an away defeat in a final play-off against a talented Barking Abbey team. After a promising start, which saw a couple of opportunities missed, Barking Abbey took the lead after around 25 minutes. A second followed…

GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents If you have children in year 11 taking GCSEs this year, many of their results will be reported on the new grade scale which runs from 9 (the highest grade) to 1 (the lowest grade). Here’s a brief guide to what that means. Why do…