|Date||School phase||Experience type|
|6 June 2023||
Social sciences, Religious education, Physical education, Psychology, Physics, Music, Maths, History, German, Geography, French, English, Drama, Design and technology, Computing, Chemistry, Business studies, Biology, and Art and design
|In school||Start request|
The Warriner School
The Warriner School has an excellent academic reputation, both locally and more widely, and we are very proud to be an integral part of the community that we serve. We have also developed a strong school community that we all belong to; a school community which is well resourced with talented and committed staff, who work together tirelessly to ensure our students are successful and happy at school. Alongside our research-informed, knowledge-rich curriculum sits a pastoral approach which supports the wellbeing and fulfilment of our all students. Indeed the inclusive nature of our school is what makes us most proud.
At The Warriner we run a wide variety of extra-curricular and leadership opportunities for our students, allowing them to show their potential in so many ways; nurturing creative talents, sporting talents and an extensive Duke of Edinburgh provision to name but a few. In addition, we offer a comprehensive professional development programme for staff that has been commended by external agencies. This is driven by our Multi-Academy Trust 'Growing Great Teachers' programme. The opportunities are boundless and, at the heart of these opportunities, lies our moral purpose – ‘excellence for all.’
About our school experience
Observation of lessons within and outside specialist area.
Tour of the school.
An opportunity to talk to our students.
Opportunity to meet middle and senior leaders.
Reflection session to ask questions about the school and the wider application process.
- Start and finish times
8:30am to 1:00pm
Please contact the school using the enquiries address to discuss alternative provision:
- Dress code
Business dress, Cover up tattoos
- Teacher training
The Warriner School is in the Northern Hub of Oxfordshire Teacher Training, providing school-centred initial teacher training. This is an excellent programme that offers those living locally and interested in the profession the opportunity to train in a Banbury/Oxfordshire School.
Links to more information about our school
- The Warriner School website
- The Warriner School Get Information About Schools
- Ofsted report: The Warriner School
- Performance information: The Warriner School
- Teacher training: The Warriner School
- Must not have been accepted onto another teacher training course
- Must have a degree
- Photo identification: Passport or driving licence
- DBS check required
No, candidates will be accompanied at all times.
- Admin fees
£19.99 One-off, PayPal or bank transfer - contact school finance office: Telephone: (+44) (0)1295 720777 Email: email@example.com
The fee covers documentation and copying costs alongside staff-allocation costs to ensure staff are available at the relevant times.
- Banbury Road, Bloxham, Banbury, Oxfordshire, OX15 4LJ
Yes - on site parking provided
Parking is available at various locations around the site accessed via Bloxham Grove Road.
- Disability and access details
We offer facilities and provide an inclusive environment for students, staff and school experience candidates with disability and access needs. We're happy to discuss your disability or access needs before or as part of your school experience request.
- School phases
- Secondary (11 to 16), 16 to 18
- Art and design
- Business studies
- Design and technology
- Physical education
- Religious education
- Social sciences