The Warwick Academy Primary Department are a buzz with celebrations for their annual International Day hosted by the Modern Foreign Language Department. Students begin the day entering the gates dressed to impress in their national outfits from their chosen country.

Festivities are continued as children engage in activities ranging from science experiments from Alaska, food tasting from Japan, football matches from England, Zumba from Brazil, archery from Germany, and the like.

Students 'travel' the globe with their passports for the day, stamping various countries and stations they visit. It is a wonderful day had by all as we celebrate the universal language of friendship and smiles.

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The PPMH was bursting with excited Y8 students yesterday as they presented their Science projects. They have been diligently working towards researching, creating, testing, and presenting their theories and Science facts for students, faculty, and parents.

There was a range of projects presented yesterday and all the students were well prepared to talk about and defend their experiments.

Some projects included, 'Black Hawk Up,' 'Does your age and gender affect your short term memory?,' and ' How does texting affect your driving?' Warwick Academy is very proud of these students and wish them continued success as they dive into the wonderful world of Science!

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Warwick Academy is excited to celebrate another year of its rich history with their National Salute day on Wednesday 19th May 2017. 


Festivities begin first thing in the morning and last throughout the day.  W.A. invite you to celebrate the day with them and stay locked in on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for updates and photos throughout the day. #WADAY


View the Royal Gazette's supplement for Warwick Academy's National Salute Day 2016 and read more about our rich history here.





"For Conor Outerbridge, capturing his everyday life on film is practice for the future.


The 20-year-old former Warwick Academy and Saltus Grammar School student wants to make documentaries and movies one day and spends a good part of every day either filming or editing his material.


"I practice all day," Mr Outerbridge, from Paget, told The Royal Gazette. "I try to film in manual mode. In any situation I have to know the right settings, I have to know everything to capture that moment" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

"An ROV robot developed by Warwick Academy students has earned high praise from leading engineers and scientists.

The team that developed the lionfish catching Guardian LF1 submersible — unveiled at Ariel Sands this week — paid a visit to the school on Thursday morning to talk to students in the after school robotics club and drew comparisons with their own invention" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).



Calendar of Events

Fri May 19 @ 8:00AM
National Salute Day
Fri May 19 @ 6:00PM
Annual Alumni Cocktail Party
Sat May 20 @ 7:00PM
WAPTA BBQ & Movie Night
Wed May 24 @12:00AM
Bermuda Holiday! No School



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