Excellence for All
Enthusing, inspiring, engaging, every lesson, every day
Welcome to Windsor High School and Sixth Form. We hope that this website gives a small flavour of life in our school and introduces you to our ethos, values and beliefs.
We are a school committed to delivering the very best education for all of our students. This can be seen in our school motto “Excellence for All”, that applies equally to our twin objectives of academic success and extra-curricular and enrichment provision. We are a school built on traditional values and our ethos and beliefs are evident in “The Windsor Way”. This is a charter committed to by our whole school community and celebrates the twin tenets of respect and responsibility. Our active House system underlines these traits every day.
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We are expecting to be open as normal on Wednesday 13th but will of course keep student safety and wellbeing at our core. We will
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To keep you up-to-date with all things Windsor. We always produce a weekly newsletter. View this week’s here. Or see previous newsletters here.
Friday 8 December 2017 INSET Day (school closed to students) Monday 11 December 2017 School open as usual
This year’s school production is The Sound of Music, involving many students including musicians, dancers and vocalists. Performances will take place at 7pm in
Give a Book a Chance
We currently have a display in the library which highlights those titles which have never been borrowed. How sad is that? We are hoping that
Scary Story Lunch
Tuesday 31st October saw the Library transformed into a Scary Lunch venue. Six students were shortlisted from the many excellent entries for our Scary Story
Primary Tag Rugby Competition
Windsor ran the Year 5 and 6 Tag Rugby competition at Old Halesonians Rugby Club last week (w/e 13th October). Twelve teams took part and
STEM (Science Technology Engineering Maths) Scholars Programme Launch Trip
On Monday 9th October a group of twenty year 9, 10 and 12 students were taken to Oxford College at Oxford University to get a feeling
GCSE Results 2017 (Provisional)
Progress 8 +0.25 (provisional) Average Attainment 8 grade 4.8 Percentage of students gaining a strong pass in both Maths and English 41% Percentage of students
Changes to GCSE results this year – a guide for parents and carers
When students collect their GCSE results this year, on 24th August, the new 9 – 1 grading system will be used in three subjects: Maths,