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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 - April 22
Stephen Lawrence Day 2021 https://t.co/ugW7XkBPdc As a school community, we stand together in to denounce all forms of racial prejudice and discrimination
@johnwarnersch - April 21
Proms booked! Year 11 Thurs 24 June at Three Lakes, Year 13 Tues 29 June at Ware Priory - all being well https://t.co/TekPkv5mfp
@johnwarnersch - April 19
We love the field in the summer time https://t.co/xtTUahLmXA
@johnwarnersch - April 14
Year 13 students participated in two sessions today to help them prepare for final assessments - 'Rapid Revision' and 'Inner Winner' with https://t.co/xRFdWAZkBI
@johnwarnersch - April 11
We'd like to wish all the local businesses in the Hoddesdon area the best of luck with re-opening tomorrow https://t.co/C8BbOY4mOY
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- April 11
Adopting and updating EdTech at The John Warner School been made easier by agile, easy network management. Read why chose in our latest case study: https://t.co/Ytn5z6I2uJ https://t.co/mJfYlQLHeZ
@johnwarnersch - April 11
We're looking forward to seeing everyone for the start of the summer term tomorrow - Monday, 12th April (Week 2 in the timetable) https://t.co/yQGtrQAC8b
@johnwarnersch - March 12
Lovely story about our "Memories of 2020" garden https://t.co/Ivf8B2G21r
@johnwarnersch - March 2
World Book Day - Mr Scott talks about Windrush Child by Benjamin Zephaniah https://t.co/S47gvTHldA
@johnwarnersch - February 28
Congratulations to former student and good luck in NZ https://t.co/Je1RlvhGxJ
@johnwarnersch - February 24
As part of LGBT History Month, the amazing and inspirational Miss Wood-Thompson shares her story and encourages everyone to be an ally 🏳️‍🌈https://t.co/njF2TCJA7j
@johnwarnersch - February 22
We can't wait to welcome all pupils and staff back from 8th March. Details to follow over next few days. https://t.co/IbxW1kMu08
@johnwarnersch - February 17
Mr Scott on Channel 4 News tonight talking about the impact of Covid19 on mental health and wellbeing https://t.co/TTYTvlsKwF
@johnwarnersch - February 12
New Drama Studio taking shape. Mr Scott helped with painting today https://t.co/b8INCiRQtD
@johnwarnersch - February 12
Have a lovely day everyone https://t.co/sqdx8xjbG5
@johnwarnersch - February 11
- we've had some great bands over the years from skiffle to punk. Let's hope we can do this again soon https://t.co/t0puB94eTg
@johnwarnersch - February 9
Great article celebrating 12 LGBT+ heroes including our house icon, Alan Turing, at number 1 https://t.co/k0x6D6MLVQ https://t.co/T16WXDlbQa
@johnwarnersch - February 9
Article about the school celebrating 180 years https://t.co/h4nT0jvSf9 https://t.co/G2bpwzBFIQ
@johnwarnersch - February 4
School Productions - we can't wait to be treading the boards once again. Pictured - Pirates of Penzance 1961, Oliver 2012 and Wizard of Oz 2016 https://t.co/I5bAepnVID
@johnwarnersch - February 2
Work has started on turning our old media suite into a new drama studio https://t.co/9SqaEi1kbo