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Some schools, en masse, can make visitors feel a trifle threatened: ‘What are you doing in our space?’ Not so Warwick. It’s a courteous and happy place and as the head commented, ‘not a tweedy school.’ Pictures are everywhere – art is terrific and flourishing – and photos adorn the passages and staircases. Instead of the familiar and faintly nauseating...

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Visitors to Warwick Junior School often comment on the happy atmosphere and the warm, caring relationship between staff and pupils. The school caters for approximately 250 boys aged 7 to 11. Most boys enter the Junior School at age 7, but entry is possibly at age 8, 9 or 10. /> External facilities at the school are outstanding and include a swimming pool and professional theatre. 50 acres of playing fields include rugby pitches, cricket pitches and tennis courts. Inside the wonderful facilities continue with bright, modern classrooms and include a fully equipped laboratory, art studio, library, two ICT suites and a fully equipped Design and Technology workshop.
Class sizes are small with a maximum of 24 boys in year 6.
The school recognises that every boy is unique and that each will have a distinct set of abilities and talent. So, in addition to what happens in the classroom, boys have the opportunity to take part in a huge range of activities including Cookery, Debating, Fencing, Golf, Guitar, Hockey, Kung Fu, Orchestra, Rock Band, Ultimate Frisbee and many more.
Don't take our word for it, do visit the school yourself. New taster sessions are available for your son to spend a morning in the school, taking part in lessons and having fun at break time and lunch. ...Read more

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Headmaster of the Junior School

Since September 2016, Mr Andrew Hymer, previously head of Wolverhampton Grammar Junior School. BA in ancient history and classical archaeology (Sheffield), PGCE (College of Ripon and York St John), DPSE (Birmingham City University), MAEd (Birmingham City University), NPQH. Originally, and briefly, a policeman in South Yorkshire, he has also taught at schools including Ashville College and RGS Worcester, and been deputy head of King's Hawford. Spends most of his free time watching or coaching cricket and rugby.

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Most boys enter aged 7 but are welcome at any age, providing there is room. Exams in February for entrance the following September for 8+, 9+ and 10+. School can be flexible, so do ask if you are interested in sending your son in the middle of the year. The Warwick schools pride themselves...

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