The English department took a group of pupils from years 7 and 8 to watch a production of ‘A Christmas Carol’ at the Pleasance Theatre in Islington on Thursday 11th December. The pupils were wonderfully behaved throughout the trip and truly enjoyed the experience. The play itself was a humorous but faithful adaptation of the…

On Monday 8th December we held a very enjoyable evening showcasing the talents of Warren students.  Performances included Dance, Musical solos, duets and ensembles, Drama pieces and a Fashion Show.  The evening was a sell out and performers enjoyed huge support from the audience. “I’ve always really enjoyed being in the school shows because the…

To support the current World War One schemes of learning, the English and Art departments took 38 Year 9 learners to visit the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. The visit began with a tour of the museum’s vast aviation exhibit, including a trip on board Concorde, followed by visits to Military barracks to view the equipment…

In teams of six, pupils competed to become the top cross country team in the borough. Warren students performed fantastically and came 3rd overall across all year groups. Einoras in Yr 9 said ‘It was cold out there when we were running but it was stunning to do so well and it was an amazing…

The girls U13 football team came out winners of the borough tournament held by Dagenham and Redbridge Football Club. The girls won all their games in the group stages which put them top of the table. They are now going on to represent Dagenham and Redbridge in the regional finals in Southend. If they progress…

On 11th November at 11.00am The Warren School fell silent, joining the rest of the country in marking 100 years since the start of World War One. Our school council gathered in our playground and reflected on the sacrifice made by members of their local community and of their country as their Music teacher, Ms…

English Heritage Borough Showcase at Broadway Theatre, Barking Thursday 6th November saw a small group of our year 8 students perform on stage as part of the English Heritage’s Borough Showcase event at the Broadway theatre.   This event was hosted by English Heritage and with guest support from both the singer songwriter and political activist…

This year our school has been fortunate to participate in ‘The Shakespeare Schools Festival’. The festival has over a 1000 schools across the UK participating in performing a 30 minute version of a Shakespeare play at professional theatre. Throughout the last two months, I have worked with a very talented cast of 9, from a…

As a school we are incredibly lucky to have been chosen to be one of just seven schools in London that is able to run the drum works programme with the support of the Barbican Arts and Youth Music. After taking delivery of 28 samba drums we were able to launch the programme on 17th…