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Headteacher's Welcome

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Jeremy Scott, Headteacher

I am immensely proud to be the headteacher of a school that has provided an education to young people in Hoddesdon since John Warner built a school for children of all classes and religious beliefs in 1841.

Our school today seeks to ignite a lifelong passion for learning with a curriculum that is ambitious, varied and relevant. Through meaningful experiences both in and outside the classroom we discover and develop the potential of all our pupils to help them realise the attitudes and attributes that will help them flourish in an ever-changing world.

We are very proud of the significant difference we make to the lives of the young people who study here and take delight in seeing them develop into confident young adults who are well-equipped to face their futures with excitement and determination.

I hope this website gives you a sense of the school’s ethos and values but would encourage you to visit us to see for yourself the vibrancy and engagement we experience every day.

Twitter

@johnwarnersch - July 5
Coffee Morning - Friday 15th July We are holding a coffee morning in the school on Friday 15th July from 10am - 12pm to raise money for the two charities close to Mrs Pope's heart. Everyone is welcome to join us. https://t.co/lI58qT2KaP
@johnwarnersch - July 5
CCF Summer Camp The cadets are having an excellent time. They started yesterday with weapons handling and ended with games of rounders. Today they shot clay pigeons, air rifle and rifle firing. Tomorrow will be adventure training and field craft. https://t.co/yE9Wdfi01A
@johnwarnersch - July 4
Sports Day - Friday 1st July The sky may have been grey but our talented students shone at our annual Sports Day. https://t.co/lNAQaHknsM
@johnwarnersch - July 1
Mr Scott met with Year 10 students who have recently completed their bronze Duke of Edinburgh expedition in the Chiltern Hills. The students represented themselves & the school with pride & gained some valuable skills & experiences along the way. https://t.co/onNdrL5Vdi
@johnwarnersch - July 1
We loved welcoming Year 5 pupils from Cranbourne and Roselands to the school for two Ignite Days this week. Pupils attended workshops in drama, engineering, food and textiles. https://t.co/5a7GvJtj1R
@johnwarnersch - June 30
Silver Arts Award enrichment students visited the Royal Albert Hall, & were able to find out more about careers in the industry. Also visiting the V & A Museum to view a display of West End costumes, before finishing the day with a performance of the musical Come from Away. 🎶🎭 https://t.co/lUcJIkdtlv
@johnwarnersch - June 27
@johnwarnersch - June 27
@johnwarnersch - June 16
Year 9 Music students went to see Back to the Future the musical in London yesterday, as part of their Arts Award Bronze qualification. They were a credit to the school and everyone had a great time! 🎵🎭 https://t.co/BK4Grw7se5
@johnwarnersch - June 16
Knitting Club has started this week, some of the students had never knitted before, but by the end of the first session all of them had knitted a few rows. If anyone is interested in joining please see Mrs Cameron. https://t.co/pYfrW0eCFK
@johnwarnersch - May 20
Curious Trip to Wycombe Swan A fantastic performance with amazing seats at the front of the stalls. The students were brilliantly behaved, a credit to our school, and they all came out saying how much they had enjoyed the experience. https://t.co/z9UAr6LL5z
@johnwarnersch - May 16
Herts Police visited us today as part of a national knife crime initiative “Operation Sceptre” & were here warning students of the dangers of knife crime. They handed out literature, Lives not Knives items, personal safety alarms & engaged in conversation with our sch community. https://t.co/nq1GDiflso
@johnwarnersch - May 13
Hot Chocolate with the Head The biggest so far for all our wonderful students involved in the JWS robotics team who have enjoyed success at the national and world championships (in Texas) this year. https://t.co/f1yd6sYQ4b
@johnwarnersch - May 13
Students raise the roof! Two nights of absolute magic as two packed audiences witnessed the talents of our outstanding students taking on the 80's classic, Footloose. The atmosphere was electric & it was wonderful to be able to see them back on stage acting, singing & dancing. https://t.co/g7Eb89PZq3
@johnwarnersch - May 10
@johnwarnersch - May 9
Huge Congratulations to Marlee Seymour (Yr7) and team RIO who won the u12s Senior League Cup on Saturday and are also division 1 winners! https://t.co/UVyrDGr9CA
@johnwarnersch - May 4
@johnwarnersch - April 22
Year 12 artists portraiture unit exploring paint https://t.co/1o3xKj8WvX
@johnwarnersch - April 1
@johnwarnersch - April 1
Year 7 Hundred Years War Creative Homework Projects https://t.co/otFP99uHtl