"Warwick Academy won four titles at the Bermuda School Sports Federation knockout finals at the North Field on Saturday. Saltus Grammar and Berkeley Institute claimed two trophies each.


Warwick Academy got goals from Izzy Simmons and Meghan Topley in their 2-0 win over Saltus in the primary girls' final. Simmons was named MVP for Warwick and Ella Newton for Saltus.


Nayan Grant scored twice and Ralph Scott once to give Warwick Academy the primary sweep, with a 3-2 win over Eliott Primary in the boys' final. Diaon DeSilva swan scored both for Elliot earning him MVP honours while Xavi Derosa was named MVP for Warwick" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Warwick Academy Primary Teacher, Mrs. Katrina Kawaley-Lathan, takes her passion for drama and acting to the stage.

"A singing, dancing French cat in India. Why not? Audiences of Puss in Boots — Bollywood Style should expect "lots of energy, lots of fun, lots of dancing" in this year's Christmas pantomime, penned by Carol Birch.

Katrina Kawaley-Lathan and her brother, Zachary Kawaley-Lathan, are the show's principals, the bipedal pet and his low-born master...

Puss in Boots — Bollywood Style runs December 7-16 at the Earl Cameron Theatre at 7pm. There is no evening performance on December 10. Matinees: December, 8, 10 and 16 at 2pm. Tickets $35 at" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Also performing in the show are several Warwick Academy students and Primary Teacher, Mrs. Lauren Shah, and students Chloe Samuels, McKenzie Heaney, Olivia Buchanan, and Ethan Lacey.

"The final year at Warwick Academy is notorious for its heavy workload. Students sometimes average three hours of studying a night, there are essays to write and extracurricular activities to keep up with.


But when 17-year-old Ben Barnett was offered not one, but two lead roles in the school's production of Our House, he snatched them up, despite the extra work involved.


"I always wanted to end my drama career at Warwick Academy on a bang," said the 17-year old. "I got the role of Joe Casey, a 16-year-old in Camden, London. Because it was a large role, my character was split into Good Joe and Bad Joe" (The Royal Gazette, 2017).

Warwick Academy Primary Department continued their tradition this year to gather presents for the Toys for Tots initiative. At last count, over three hundred presents were presented to Coldwell Banker for children in Bermuda.


For several weeks, WA Primary students have worked to bring joy to the hearts of others on the island. As we move closer to the holidays, students are reminded that the spirit of Christmas is indeed centered around the precious gifts of kindness and joy.

"Under the tree the gifts enthrall,
But the nicest present of them all
Is filling our thoughts with those who care,
Wanting our Christmas joy to share.

To you, whom we're often thinking of,
We send our holiday joy and love."

By Joanna and Karl Fuchs

Congratulations to our Warwick Academy students and everyone else that took part in the swimming championship. "Another record fell on the second day of the Mailboxes Unlimited Winter Age Group Championships taking place at the BASA Pool.

Sam Williamson broke the 13-14 Boy's 200m Breaststroke Record when he touched the wall in a time of 2:34.86, breaking Keagan Woolley's record time of 2:37.29 set back in November 2016 at the BASA Winter Meet.

During the 10 & Under Girls 200 SC Meter Freestyle, Imojen Judd clocked a winning time of 2:35.82, with Marleigh Howes second in 2:46.66 and Fenella Wightman finished third with a time of 3:21.80.

Jesse Washington won the Boys 15 & Over 200 SC Meter Freestyle touching the wall in a time of 2:00.81, Zebedee Wakely was second in 2:10.32 and Joshua Thorne finished third in a time of 2:13.95" (BerNews, 2017).

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