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…

The positive achievements of students in 7A and the outstanding leadership from their form tutor Miss Quayum did not go unnoticed this term. The form group have topped the leader board for many weeks and successfully secured their well-deserved trip to The Science Museum in London.  The scientifically spellbinding museum mesmerised the students and teachers…

Our Year 12 Applied Science students recently took a trip to the National Bakery School which is part of London South Bank University. They were able to experience science applied to a very important industrial process in a professional and state of the art setting. The students were given a lecture explaining some of the…

The English department celebrated World Book Day in style this year, dressing up as their favourite literary character. We had the weird and the wonderful; from a rather scary and sinister Mr Hyde to the fairy-tale classic Little Red Riding Hood. We even spotted Professor Snape and Harry Potter wandering the corridors and teaching exciting…