The Warriner School is a community of learners, where all are encouraged to succeed to the very best of their unique abilities.
We promote and actively encourage a spirit of enquiry and curiosity. Achievements in all areas of school life are equally valued and celebrated. The personal growth of each member of our community is important to us. We foster self-reliance, determination and compassion. We provide the environment where mutual respect flourishes and young people grow in understanding, acceptance of and sensitivity to the needs of others.
The school was opened in 1971 to provide education for students aged 11-16 in the North Oxfordshire area. In September 2013 we opened our brand new Sixth Form Centre and welcomed our first cohort of 62 students to study a broad range of A level subjects.
You can download a map of our Catchment Area here
The Warriner houses the largest school farm in the country.