Growth of The Warriner – Sept 2017

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We have been instructed by Oxfordshire County Council to increase the size of the school by 28 students in order to meet the additional demand for school places as a result of housing developments in our catchment villages.
This will bring with it a number of developments on school site which will include:
New tennis courts and an all-weather pitch,

  • 10 new classrooms to house the English department,
  • 2 new Science labs,
  • 2 new Design Technology rooms

We will also be able to refurbish the older areas of the school and replace the temporary classrooms that currently house the Philosophy and Ethics department.
I am aware that this will put further pressure on the local issues with transport and parking. To reduce this I am in negotiation with Oxfordshire County Council to take over all our bus contracts. Currently, there are a significant number of students who are not able to travel on one of our buses because there is not sufficient space made available by OCC. If we are able to take over the running of the contracts we will be able to change the routes year on year to match demand and increase capacity as necessary. This should significantly reduce the issues that we are all currently
Kind regards,    Dr Annabel Kay  Headteacher  The Warriner School

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