Sixth Formers visit the new Sixth Form centre build
Sixth Form girls from King's High, alongside Warwick School Sixth Form boys, who have reflected an interest in architecture, construction and design had the opportunity to see progress of the new Sixth Form Centre today, with Speller Metcalfe Project Lead - Michael Quinney.
Warwick Prep Life Editors' Project One Campus Interview
Ella and Jessica, editors for Warwick Prep Life, interviewed Michael Quinney, Project One Campus Project Lead, Speller Metcalfe. Warwick Prep Life is Warwick Preparatory School’s termly magazine.Ella and Jessica, editors for Warwick Prep Life, interviewed Michael Quinney, Project One Campus Pr...
The remains of a previously unknown Roman building have been discovered during building works on the Banbury Road. The work has been undertaken as part of ‘Project One Campus’, which sees King’s High School relocating from the town centre to the main Warwick Independent Schools Fou...
King's High and Warwick School students learn more about Project One Campus
There is nothing like experiencing something first hand, and King’s High and Warwick School students have been learning about Architecture, Construction, Planning, Surveying and Property, directly through Project One Campus.
The Governors of the Warwick Indpendent Schools Foundation, along with the Heads of the Schools, were delighted to welcome their pupils and guests for the Ground Breaking Ceremony for Project One Campus on 10 July 2017.
The design work for the development of the five new buildings and masterplan is progressing well. Senior staff at King’s High School and Warwick School have continued to provide valuable input to the development of teaching spaces and play areas.