Mr Turner said: "We are aware of the tragic incident at Barford which involved a family with children who attend the schools in the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation.
What does WISF stand for?
WISF stands for Warwick Independent Schools Foundation (UK)
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- Women in Search of Education, Relating (University of New Orleans)
- Women's Institute for a Secure Retirement
- Women's Institute for Secondary Education and Research (Durham, NC )
- Workshop on Interdisciplinary Software Engineering Research (International Workshop)
- Wing in Surface Effect Ship (high speed ship concept)
- Workshop on Intelligent Solutions in Embedded Systems
- Women in Scholarship, Engineering, Science, and Technology
- Women in Science, Engineering and Technology
- Web Information Systems Engineering Workshops
- Well–Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation (US CDC)
- Water-Insoluble Fraction
- Western India Science Fair
- Wolverhampton International Student Foundation Programme (UK)
- Western Information Systems Group (University of Western Ontario; Canada)
- Williams Industrial Services Group
- World Infrared Standard Group (pyrgeometers)
- Paraffin-Wax-Impregnated Spectroscopic Graphite Electrode
- Washington Intern Student Housing
- Washington Invitational Scavenger Hunt (Make-A-Wish Foundation fund raising event)
- Weight Institute and Surgical Healthcare (Center; Washington)
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The school is part of the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, alongside Warwick School and Warwick Preparatory School.
Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, which runs Warwick Preparatory School, Warwick School and King's High School is running the scheme for children aged nine to 18 who live in the area.
As well as sixth-form entry, local youngsters aged 11 to 18 may be eligible for full or part-paid fees, depending on their financial circumstances, through the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation.
Cian, from Chipping Campden, is the latest in a long line of boys to receive help from the Warwick Independent Schools Foundation, which provides more than pounds 1 million in scholarships and bursaries to both Warwick School and King's High School for Girls, something many parents in the town are eligible to apply for.