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  • 2021 Examinations

    Published 14/10/20

    The Department for Education (DfE) has announced that GCSE, AS and A-level exams will go ahead next summer. To give teachers and students more time to prepare, to help make up for the disruption caused by the pandemic, most exams will take place three weeks later than usual.

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  • Wear Red Day

    Published 28/09/20

    On Friday 16th October we will be participating in this national event, organised by Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) - the UK’s largest anti-racism educational charity.

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  • Examination Results 2020

    Published 20/08/20

    GCSE Results Day, 20th August 2020

    It was truly fantastic to see the vast majority of our Year 11 students return to school today, given the abrupt nature of their departure and inability to sit exams. It was wonderful to celebrate their achievements, at all levels, and I am extremely proud that many of them have achieved first choice destinations to further their education.

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  • Message from teachers and staff

    Published 17/07/20

    Message from teachers and staff

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  • GCSE and A Level Results 2020

    Published 16/07/20

    For our Results page click here.

    If you have accepted a place in our Sixth Form for September 2020 please click here to complete our enrolment form.

    17th August Update:
    After a Government announcement today I am pleased to confirm that Year 11 GCSE students this Thursday will now be awarded grades determined by their teachers, called Centre Assessment Grades (CAGs).
    Likewise, for those A Level students who were awarded lower grades by exam boards last Thursday, their grades will also revert back to the original CAGs.
    On one hand I am extremely thrilled for all the young people in both Year 11 and 13 who will now receive grades that represent the hard work many have put in throughout their time at The Warriner School, whilst on the other hand, so disappointed in the stress, anxiety and worry this process has caused too many of you.
    We will send further detail as it emerges this week – for now I look forward to seeing our Year 11 students on Thursday.
    Mr Lowdell, Head of School
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  • September Reopening

    Published 09/07/20

    It is the government’s plan that all children and young people, in all year groups, will return to school and college full time from the beginning of the autumn term.

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  • Volunteers Week 2020

    Published 01/06/20

    Thank you DofE Leaders at The Warriner School

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  • School Closure Activities

    Published 24/03/20

    School Closure Activities

    Please check Show My Homework each day for work relating to your lessons.

    Please see our main School Closure Activities page for a broad range of additional activities you can complete.

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  • Coronavirus Update 17/3/20

    Published 17/03/20

    We continue to follow the daily advice from the Government with regard to school closure and at this time we are still being asked to remain open. We are also receiving daily updates from Public Health England and the DfE. We have plans in place for a full shutdown and if this takes place, we will continue to ensure that learning takes place. However, we must also be prepared for the running of the school to be impacted due to the measures announced relating to self-isolation. Whilst we are doing all that we can to keep the school open, if staff absence rises beyond a certain level, we may have to partially or fully close the school in advance of Government advice. 

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  • Coronavirus School Closure: We are currently only open to provide education/care for a limited number of students.

    Published 12/03/20
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  • Inclusion Quality Mark

    Published 11/03/20

    In January 2020 The Warriner was reassessed for the Inclusion Quality Mark,  Centre of Excellence, for a second time.  The IQM Inclusive School award recognises the ongoing commitment by schools to provide the very best education for all children irrespective of differences.

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