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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Visit to Somerville College, Oxford
Mr Hardy and Miss Wood took three students to Somerville College in Oxford for a day trip. The students had a tour of the college, a
Summer Fair Poster Competition
Congratulations to Sophie Heritage who won the recent House competition to design a poster for the Summer Fair – members of the PTA chose her
Gold Award – School Games Mark – Fourth Year Running!
The School Games Mark is a Government led award scheme launched in 2012, facilitated by the Youth Sport Trust to reward schools for their commitment
Leadership Academy in Local Schools
The first Leadership Academy group delivered their session at Lutley Primary school this week. They led Rounders to a Year 1 class, using adapted equipment.
Primary Mini Tennis Competition
Year 7 Sports Leaders and Year 9 Leadership Academy scored and umpired at the Primary Tennis competition at Stourbridge Tennis Club on Tuesday 23rd May.
Business Languages Champions at Wolverhampton University
On Friday 19th of May, nine Year 9 Spanish students took part in a very popular event across the West Midlands. The students took part
Windsor’s Leadership Academy provided the leaders for the popular Primary Tri Golf Competition this year. A record 19 teams entered this year and our leaders
13 students from Year 9 represented Windsor in a brand new Dodgeball competition at David Lloyd fitness centre on Thursday 18th May. They played against
This month’s book of the month is Geekhood – Close Encounters of the Girl Kind by Andy Robb. It is a tale which should appeal to anyone