Warren School Prom 2018

posted Jul 26, 2018, 2:45 AM by Tom Garrod   [ updated Jul 26, 2018, 2:46 AM ]

Warren School Prom 2018

Some highlights from this year's prom held at The Ivy House.

Brendan Hayden's Sketch Show

posted Jul 17, 2018, 1:09 AM by Tom Garrod   [ updated Jul 17, 2018, 7:19 AM ]

Brendan, a sixth-form learner at our school, has created his own sketch show!
Brendan researched, wrote scripts, performed multiple roles and did a large amount of the editing himself.
What an outstanding achievement!

Lucy's Sponsored Head Shave

posted Jul 10, 2018, 5:39 AM by Tom Garrod

The brave Lucy took part in a sponsored head shave to donate her beautiful
hair to The Little Princess Trust - a charity who make real hair wigs for children.
On top of this, she also raised money to buy new playground equipment for Warren School.

Thorpe Woodlands

posted May 22, 2018, 6:18 AM by Tom Garrod   [ updated May 22, 2018, 6:18 AM ]

Some of our learners stayed at Thorpe Woodlands for a residential learning adventure recently
They took part in lots of activities including, climbing, sailing and flying through the air on a zip-line!

World Book Day

posted Apr 19, 2018, 7:07 AM by Tom Garrod   [ updated Apr 19, 2018, 7:12 AM ]

Warren School held a World Book Day celebration recently (albeit a somewhat delayed celebration due to the snow!) and everyone got involved, dressed up, and took part in activities around the school.
Later in the day, S5 performed a stage adaptation of the Enormous Crocodile for learners, followed by an improvised lightsaber battle between Rey, Kylo Ren and an unexpected participant!

Bring & Buy Sale

posted Mar 16, 2018, 7:45 AM by Tom Garrod

The Warren School Student Council organised a bring and buy sale to help raise funds for the school.
The council invited parents to come in and browse their wares, and altogether they raised £190 which will be used to buy new playground equipment and new equipment for the food tech room. 

Sign2Sing 2018

posted Feb 21, 2018, 7:31 AM by Tom Garrod

Pupils at the Warren School in Lowestoft take part in the Sign2sing event along with special guests in a celebration assembly.   Picture: Nick Butcher.   Pupils at the Warren School in Lowestoft take part in the Sign2sing event along with special guests in a celebration assembly.   Picture: Nick Butcher. Pupils at the Warren School in Lowestoft take part in the Sign2sing event along with special guests in a celebration assembly.   Picture: Nick Butcher.

Warren School hosted another Sign2Sing assembly this year with guests from Elm Tree Primary School, Lowestoft Signing Choir and the Lowestoft Journal!

The Lowestoft Journal posted an article about the event on their website which can be found HERE

The article had the following to say -

More than 200 people came together to sign and sing a special song as part of a national fundraising event

The Sign2sing event was held at the Warren School in Lowestoft today in aid of deaf health charity Signhealth, with a celebration assembly attended by pupils and special guests.

The school, which supports pupils with learning difficulties, has taken part in the event for several years, raising awareness and funds for the charity which supports services to improve the health and wellbeing of the deaf community.

Pupils have spent the last few weeks taking part in various activities linked to sign-language and the event, with the whole school coming together to practise this year’s song “Friends Forever”.

The week culminated in a performance in the school hall, led by teaching assistant Liz Bloice.

Pupils were also joined by members of the Lowestoft Signing Choir, the Warren School parent/carer signing group and staff and pupils from the hearing impaired unit at Elm Tree Primary Academy in Lowestoft.

School headteacher Janet Bird said: “We’ve been taking part in the event for several years now and we like to do something different each year. Last year we linked up with other schools through Skype and this year we invited in the choir, parents, carers and Elm Tree to perform with us.

“The idea is to raise awareness of communication and the different ways you can communicate with people with a hearing impairment

“You can see from the looking around the room that they loved it and it was a really lovely way to end this half term.”

It is the eighth year running that SignHealth has run the Sign2sing event, encouraging schools, businesses, universities, clubs and choirs to learn a song in sign language and perform throughout the week from February 5 to 11.

Sign2sing helps fund projects that improve the lives of vulnerable deaf children and adults by helping them access help and advice on the things that matter to them in sign language.

Ms Bird said: “We practiced the song for several weeks and a lot of our children are part of our sign language club so they get together once a week at lunch to practice.”

Christmas Concert DVDs

posted Jan 5, 2018, 6:18 AM by Warren Manager

Christmas Concert DVDs are still available for anyone who missed out!
Please place any orders at the Office - £4 each.
Ordered DVDs will be ready for collection the following day.

Craft Fayre Success

posted Nov 27, 2017, 12:34 AM by Tom Garrod   [ updated Nov 27, 2017, 12:35 AM ]

The Warren School Christmas Craft Fayre was another success this year with a packed out school throughout the day! 
A big thank you to everyone that helped out and took part, we raised an amazing £2,272 this year!

Christmas Craft Fayre

posted Nov 13, 2017, 12:34 AM by Tom Garrod   [ updated Nov 13, 2017, 12:35 AM ]


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