Welcome to De Warenne Academy

Welcome to the web-site for De Warenne Academy. The academy works within the School Partnership Trust to serve the communities of Conisbrough and Denaby Main. We pride ourselves on creating a safe and secure environment which fosters ambition, develops lively and enquiring minds and ensures high aspirations and achievement in all members of our community. As an inclusive organisation we promote courtesy, co-operation, enterprise and initiative as well as a strong sense of social responsibility.

We are delighted that we have recently moved into a brand new building with state-of-the-art facilities to ensure that our students get the very best of opportunities and can work in a pleasant and stimulating environment.

I hope that the web-site provides you with sufficient information and a key point of contact for all the latest news and events and I look forward to sharing our future successes with you.

Gill Pollard

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  • Mock Exam Timetable Yr 10/11

    20th November 2015

    The mock exam timetable is now available from the Exams section of the website. We advise all parents and students to read through this timetable and ensure all... » Read More

  • Events in Paris

    16th November 2015

    Following the tragic events that occurred in Paris on the evening of 13 November 2015 our thoughts remain with the people of Paris and those who have lost loved... » Read More

  • Lunch Menus Now Available Online

    16th November 2015

    We now provide parents the opportunity to view the lunch menus available over each half term. They can be found in the parents tab at the top of the page.Also n... » Read More

  • Lest we forget

    11th November 2015

    Remembrance week in Conisbrough saw a group of students join the ceremony at the War Memorial. De Warenne students paid their respects and remembered those from... » Read More

  • First World War battlefields visit.

    14th October 2015

    Two Year 11 students represented the academy as part of the First World War Centenary Battlefields Programme which is a government-funded project that allows tw... » Read More