Extra financial help for students Who was Colin Pond? Colin Pond was a councillor in Barking and Dagenham who had a lifelong interest in education. He was a firm believer in the European Union and developed strong links with Witten in Germany. He left a sum of money to help young people benefit from an extended…

The main focus of the project is to break down barriers between communities through cricket and leadership with one of the key targets being to increase girls and women’s participation as both active participants and leaders. The girls completed the second session within the project that concentrated on their leadership and how they were going…

On Friday 9th November 2018 The Warren School came together to commemorate those who gave their lives in all wars and also remember loved ones who are sadly no longer with us. This was especially poignant as 2018 marked the 100th anniversary of The Armistice. The entire school observed the minute silence and over 300…

The Tate trip was very successful and the students’ behavior was flawless. Their understanding of contemporary art should improve immeasurably by attending this trip. The students took pictures to include in their sketchbooks to satisfy AO3 and created several quick sketches to include in their double pages for AO2. They challenged themselves working in groups…

On Saturday the 10th November 2018 20 students from The Warren School had the honour to participate in the 2018 Lord Mayor’s Show. This amazing opportunity came about when an former student who now works for Metro Bank contacted the school asking if current students would represent Metro Bank in the parade. The students were…

A couple’s ambition consumes the kingdom of Scotland. A king’s mind is poisoned by prophecy, power and paranoia. A nation is led to the slaughter. To protect their world, those who lose the most must rise the highest. On Friday the 19th of October, the English department accompanied 112 GCSE students from Year 10 and…

Year 8 students have been working with EqualiTeach to receive 4 hours worth of workshops on extremism and radicalisation. The sessions looked at challenging stereotypes, what propaganda is; how to recognise it and the damage it can do. Students were able to analyse news reports and look for bias, know how to fact check and…

I was joined by 5 students at Barking Town Hall for an event to mark the communities response to knife crime in the Borough. We were joined by a selection of local councillors, MP,  representatives from the youth offending services, police, community stakeholders, local youth organisations and a completely full audience of members of the…

A group of 11 girls attended a Rugby festival that worked on improving their Rugby skills and helping them develop as a team. They worked extremely hard throughout the entire day, being highly involved in all activities and implemented the skills they had learnt into games at the end of the day. The girls mixed…

Warren 20 – Robert Clack 25 The year 9 girls played their first friendly Rugby game of the season against Robert Clack. The girls dominated the pitch from the start working effortlessly as a team to gain an early lead. They continued to build on this lead having 3 tries to Robert Clack’s 1. Unfortunately…