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The University of Warwick partners with Blue Coat school for a community Iftar

Blue Coat School in Coventry hosted a vibrant and inclusive community Iftar dinner on 21st March, marking a celebration of unity, diversity, and communal harmony. The event was supported by the University of Warwick as part of the UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) schools network project to give opportunities and experiences to schoolchildren in Coventry.

Mon 25 Mar 2024, 15:00 | Tags: community, schools, engagement

Ready, Set, Go! The University of Warwick and 62 Coventry schools unite for the Flame of Friendship Torch Relay

In anticipation of the Paris 2024 Olympics, The University of Warwick, in collaboration with 62 Coventry primary, secondary, and special educational needs schools, officially launched the Flame of Friendship Torch Relay on Thursday 2nd February.

The University of Warwick opens its science labs to support students from Aylesford School, Warwick

The University of Warwick has opened its science labs for A-Level students from Aylesford School, Warwick who have been affected by asbestos.

Mon 18 Dec 2023, 16:14 | Tags: Biology, Chemistry, schools

Clearing the skies for Santa this Christmas: The researchers tackling junk in space

As scores of children prepare to look to the skies this Christmas Eve, they will be relieved to know scientists are helping to clear a path for Santa in space.

Children from Coventry schools discuss legacy of the transatlantic slave trade at cathedral

400 school children have gathered at Coventry Cathedral to explore the impact of the transatlantic slave trade.

Wed 20 Jul 2022, 12:03 | Tags: Event, community, council, Coventry, schools, Colonial Hangover, football, PAIS

Science spectacular back in action at the University of Warwick

Scientists from the University of Warwick will be leaving their labs and striding on stage next week to entertain and amaze audiences as the Christmas Lectures series returns next week.

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