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  • Achieving the Highest Standards: ISI Focused Compliance and Educational​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Quality Inspection Report

    Published 05/07/22

    We are delighted to share the recent Independent Schools Inspectorate's Focused Compliance and Educational​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Quality Inspection Report for Warwick Prep, in which we achieved the highest possible ratings for pupil achievement and personal development, judging both to be ‘excellent’.

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  • Blackberry Painting At Forest School

    Published 30/09/22

    During their visit to the Warwick Prep Forest School, the Reception children enhanced their creativity and fine motor skills by using a mortar and pestle to crush blackberries to then use as natural paint.

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  • Year 3 Go On An Adventure!

    Published 29/09/22

    The Year 3 children went on their first Warwick Prep school trip of the term to Umberslade Adventure, for an action-packed bonding day.

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  • The Squirrels Nursery

    Published 27/09/22

    The Nursery children at Warwick Prep are settling into The Squirrels and have been enjoying getting to know each other.

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  • October Action 2022

    Published 27/09/22

    Booking is open for October Action 2022!

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  • Her Majesty was an Inspiration to Young and Old

    Published 08/09/22

    We join the nation in deepest sadness at the loss of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty was an inspiration to young and old around the globe, and to us all. Our family of schools in the Warwick Schools Foundation send sincere condolences to the Royal family. 

    The Queen and her sister, Princess Margaret, were the last members of the Royal family to be educated at home by tutors, in the traditional manner. The Queen was taught constitutional History by the Provost of Eton, and learned to speak French fluently. Her predecessor, Henry VIII was influenced by the scholar Erasmus - who promoted the liberal arts and sciences over military training – in the curriculum studied by Henry VIII’s children.  

    The Foundation's royal connections go back more than 1000 years to Edward the Confessor and the foundation of Warwick School. It was King Henry VIII in 1545 who re-established the 'King’s New School of Warwick’, and it is therefore Henry VIII from whom King's High School takes its name, ultimately leading to the Warwick Schools Foundation we know today.

    Richard Nicholson, Principal of Warwick Schools Foundation, commented:  

    ‘I can only say what we all know – Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II was an inspiration to us all, and a Mother to our nation. Her values, duty, and model of leadership will continue to shine a light for all young people, and our pupils in the Warwick Schools Foundation. 

    We cherish very happy memories of Her Majesty’s daughter, HRH The Princess Royal’s recent visit to the Warwick Schools Foundation and we extend to the Princess Royal and the Royal Family our deepest condolences.’ 

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  • Shortlisted For Independent Prep School of the Year 2022

    Published 09/08/22

    We are proud to share our ‘Shortlisted School’ rosette for Independent Prep School of the Year in the Independent Schools of the Year 2022 Awards 🏆.

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  • Open Morning

    Published 28/07/22

    We are delighted to welcome you to our Open Morning event on Saturday 24 September, from 10am-12:30pm. Please complete the online booking form here to confirm your attendance.

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  • The House Year Cup Winners Are...

    Published 18/07/22

    Beaumont!

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  • Year 2 Visit Cotswold Farm Park

    Published 07/07/22

    During the summer term, Year 2 had a fun-filled trip to Cotswold Farm Park as part of their Science topic on Living Things.

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  • Squirrel's Market

    Published 07/07/22

    Everyone had a brilliant time at our infamous Squirrel’s Market yesterday.

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  • Warwick Prep Life

    Published 06/07/22

    The latest issue of Warwick Prep Life is out now!

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