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  • Project One Campus

    Published 27/01/19

    For the first time in the history of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, Project One Campus brings together every pupil in King’s High, Warwick Preparatory School and Warwick School on one spacious, green campus.

    The Foundation is unique in the Midlands, offering co-education for our pupils aged 3 to 7, and single-sex education from age 7 onwards. We believe that this offers the best of both worlds for our pupils: teaching specifically tailored to their needs with extensive opportunities to collaborate outside the classroom.

    Project One Campus enhances this unique educational journey, by providing world-class facilities and further opportunities for our pupils to work together.

     

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  • Project One Campus site visits

    Published 03/04/19
    King’s High pupils have been exploring their new King’s High school.  As the stunning new building nears completion, pupils have undertaken site visits with the building team, Speller Metcalfe.  The girls greatly enjoy watc
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  • Celebrating national, regional and county sport success

    Published 02/04/19
    Pupils at King’s High are celebrating a stellar season of sport.  Over 100 girls, across all age groups, have competed in national, regional and county finals. Titles are mounting up, with seven County Championships and wins this term.
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  • King's High and Warwick Prep STEM Club

    Published 27/03/19
    Stemillions is a joint club for Years 6-9 at King’s and Warwick Prep. The girls meet every Thursday afternoon at Warwick Prep. They look at inspirational women working in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics), and carry out activ
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  • King's High: 140 years young

    Published 26/03/19
    King’s High’s 140th birthday is in full swing.  Festivities began with the ‘official’ anniversary photograph, and conclude with the Birthday Celebration Weekend and Farewell to Smith Street in July. In the meantime,
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  • Sparking students' imagination: Sixth Form Extended Projects

    Published 26/03/19
    Sixth Form EPQ subjects this year include: The Bilbao Effect, Feminism in Rural Northern India, Music in Soviet Russia, Prison Welfare, Addictive Personalities, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Trojan Horse Therapy, the Japanese Language, the Human Rights Act,
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  • Creating Apps for Good in Computer Science

    Published 25/03/19
    Year 9 girls have been working towards a nationwide competition, Apps for Good, in their Computer Science lessons. Bob Schukai, Senior Vice President, Identity Solutions at Mastercard, mentored them for the competition, and pupils discussed their &nb
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  • Young Enterprise Teams - making an impact

    Published 21/03/19

    King’s High and Warwick School Young Enterprise teams are on fire.  At the Young Enterprise Presentation Evening at IBM, Team Ambiente won Best Marketing, and Teams Imperium and Fresco won through to the next round of competition at Coventry University on May 8.  All the teams have been out and about, pitching their company products at the Leamington and Central Warwickshire Trade Fair, and the Young Enterprise Trade Fair in Stratford-upon-Avon.   

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  • King's High Festival of Wellbeing

    Published 13/03/19
    Mental wellbeing, confidence, social ideals, laughter yoga, resilience, mindfulness, relationships, identity, music, dance, comedy, meditation, fitness, self-care - and knitting. King’s High’s first Festival of Wellbeing was a great succe
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  • England U16 Rounders and U12 Hockey Champions

    Published 11/03/19
    King’s High pupil, Sophie has been selected for the England U16 Rounders team.  The England U16 squad (and Sophie) have been training hard on the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation pitches, ahead of their summer fixtures. In a busy few
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  • Charlotte is UK Schools Ambassador for Medic Mentor

    Published 11/03/19
    King’s High is unusual, in that 50% of girls go on to study STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering Mathematics) subjects - far higher than the national average.  Sixth Form pupil, Charlotte helps run the Medical Society (MedSoc).
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  • GCSE cookery students put their skills to the test

    Published 06/03/19
    'GCSE cookery doesn't get tougher than this...' GCSE Food Preparation and Nutrition students showed admirable calm, as they prepared to tackle the MasterChef-style practical component of their GCSE course. They had three hours to produce
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