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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  • Drama club wows the audience at CAST

    29th April 2016

    The De Warenne drama club took part in a performance of a play called "The Musicians" by Patrick Marber on the main stage at CAST on 21st April. This was as par... » Read More

  • Spring Lunch Menus

    18th March 2016

    The lunch menus for the spring term are now available from the parent menu or below. ... » Read More

  • Exam timetable

    10th March 2016

    The Summer 2016 exam timetable has now been published on the website. We encourage everyone to look at the timetable and familiarise themselves with the timetab... » Read More

  • Non-uniform day raises £602

    4th January 2016

    Chelsea Rose Cartwright was a student at De Warenne Academy from 2006 to 2014. Chelsea suffered from leukaemia but fought it bravely.  After beating it once the... » Read More

  • Smooth Pedalling

    16th December 2015

    Academy caterers Chartwells educated and entertained students at the same time by setting up a hydration station in the dining room one lunchtime. They brought ... » Read More