Jamil (Yr10) represented the school in the Borough Music competition to find the Young Musician of the Year in Grades 1-4. He is an amazing pianist and really impressed with his performance. This is what Jamil thought of the event and his performance…. “The experience was very exciting, but also very nerve wracking. On first…

On Thursday 13th July, a 26 Key Stage 3 pupils visited University College London on a university taster day. Pupils were able to explore the campus on a scavenger hunt, learn about the university, routes into higher education and its application process. Pupils also sat in on a Public Health sample lecture, which explored the spread of…

On the 22nd May 7 Warren students travelled to and from Birmingham in order to participate in the Birmingham City University conference sharing the research material from the Exchanging Notes Youth Music project which we have been involved with for the last 4 years. The students travelled for about 8 hours in total with not…

Warren students produced another evening of musical and drama entertainment. Students performed across a range of different styles from bhangra to Chart pop hits, in large groups and also solos. For some of the students it was their first time performing in front of an audience and they did an amazing job. We are currently…

Year 12 students with a keen eye for maths were invited to  Tindall Riley Marine Ltd based in Monument London. The students were given a great lunch and mixed with other schools to complete maths and stock market challenges. The trip itself was an eye opener to some who have not had the opportunity to…

In April Mr Akhtar (Loxford School) and Miss Fallon (Gaynes School) took 9 students to Seoul, South Korea. Read on for their eye-opening story… After just over eleven hours of flying and some airport ice breakers, we were instantly ready and raring to go. As our trip progressed past that initial jet lagged haze, we…

In April 2019 The Warren School’s 2018-2019 Jack Petchey Award winners were celebrated with a gala evening at The Barking Broadway Theatre. The evening was attended by The Mayor of Barking and Dagenham and other local dignitaries. Our award winners are picked anonymously by their peers for their contribution to both the school and wider…

The day started with a 45-minute workshop with each of the year 8’s. They debated 4 issues affecting young people and their local community. The issues were Knife Crime, Mental Health, Homelessness and Littering. The students then brainstormed around different issues they were passionate about such as: Racism Mental Health Bulling Knife Crime One group…