"Youngsters from Dame Majorie Bean Hope Academy joined Warwick Academy students yesterday for a morning of fun and games.


Seven students from the Government school, which caters for 19 pupils with special needs, met up with their counterparts in the Warwick Academy gymnasium.


The trip was part of an ongoing partnership between the two schools that also sees Warwick's Year 6 students visit the Hope Academy every week as well as arrange fundraising initiatives" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Warwick Academy invites you to attend their summer music concert this Thursday 15th June 2017 at 6:30pm. This event is driected by Brian Swan, Conrad Roach, Deanna Friesen, and Nancy Smith. Mr Andy Fields will serve as the emcee for the evening. Featured in this performance will be the junior strings, wind ensemble, lab jazz band, Warwick Academy choir, and the Y9 general music performers.


Tickets are available at the door, $10 for adults and $5 for children. Please click here for more information.

"Gymnasts Taj Lowery [Warwick Academy student] and Gianna Webbe [Warwick Academy student]will be Bermuda's representatives at the water ceremony of the NatWest Island Games in Gotland, Sweden.

The Bermuda Island Games Association have announced the three competitors who will represent the island at the opening ceremonies of the NatWest Island Games in Gotland, Sweden.

The "water ceremony" signifies the coming together of all the islands of the International Island Games as each contributes water from their island to join as one. Bermuda's water bearers will be gymnasts Gianna Webbe and Taj Lowery" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Warwick Academy wishes them well!

"Flora Duffy [WA alumnus] will be back in action for only the second time this season when she competes in the Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon Leeds in England on Sunday.

The fourth stop of the World Triathlon Series will be the start of the European leg of the nine-city tour.

This is only the second time for the WTS Leeds, already one of the most popular events of the year because of its scenic and challenging course.

The rankings are changing every race and Duffy, the World Champion, will have her sights on the No 1 spot" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Visit World Triathlon, Leeds to view her scores.


On May 24th a group of parents, teachers and friends of Warwick Academy were involved in the Bermuda Day Race. The group consisted of The Warwick Bear, Ian Hind, Donna Pilgrim, Florence Browne, Nicole Correia and Jill Finnigan.

Their sponsorship reached $4300 and this has been given to a student who represents the school in numerous sporting teams, has a keen interest in sport in and outside of school and applies themselves to their studies. The group would like to personally thank anyone who sponsored them and made this possible.

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