King's High School has been in the town centre for 140 years. Photo by Gill Fletcher.

Here's a few photos of King's High School staff and pupils bidding farewell to Warwick town centre site after 140 years

Today (Wednesday July 10) staff and pupils from King's High School left the town centre location and headed to their new home.

More than 650 pupils, staff, guests and members of the public gathered this morning in Smith Street to bid farewell to their town centre site after 140 years. After a Blue Plaque was unveiled and speeches were given the pupils and staff paraded up to their new multi-million pound site in Banbury Road.
The school will now be on the same site as Warwick School and Warwick Prep.

Some of the King's High School pupils waving goodbye to their old school site in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Some of the King's High School pupils waving goodbye to their old school site in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
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A look through the King's High School door out to the gathered pupils in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
A look through the King's High School door out to the gathered pupils in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
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King's High School Head Master Richard Nicholson giving a speech outside the school site in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
King's High School Head Master Richard Nicholson giving a speech outside the school site in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
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Warwick Mayor Neale Murphy unveiling the Blue Plaque outside the King's High School site in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
Warwick Mayor Neale Murphy unveiling the Blue Plaque outside the King's High School site in Smith Street. Photo by Gill Fletcher.
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