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Key Stage 5 Results 2017

We have another fantastic set of results this year, testament to the hard work and dedication shown by our students and staff. Our students can be proud that they have achieved the best progress scores since the sixth form opened, demonstrating our commitment to excellence for all students. This year 45% of all grades were…

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Examination Results 2017

KEY STAGE 5 – Thursday 17th August A Level and AS Results Day  Year 13 Students will be able to collect their results from the Sports Hall between 9:00 am and 10:30 am. Please bring your UCAS personal ID number, user name and password to enable staff to support you with UCAS applications, if required….

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Online Payments

As well as giving parents the option of paying for dinner money online via ParentMail we will be adding other items to our online ‘shop’ such as trips, revision guides etc. over the summer so look out for items you may wish to purchase. Please note these items are available for all parents to view…

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Book of the Month

This month’s book of the month is One Silver Summer by Rachel Hickman. A book that can be read by all ages, from Year 7 upwards; no mean achievement by the author when describing first love! To read more about this book click here .  

Former student off to Wembley

We would like to wish our former student Kerys Harrop all the best in the Women’s FA Cup Final on Saturday 13th May 2017.  Kerys, who is the captain of Birmingham City Ladies FC, will be leading her team out at Wembley against Manchester City Ladies on Saturday, at 5.15pm kick off. The game will…

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New York 2017

A group of students and staff spent the beginning of the Easter holidays in the USA.  After a long day of anticipation, travel and jet lag the group were straight into their experience, going up the Empire State Building and seeing the sights in the daylight and at sunset. The weather was glorious throughout the…

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Law Students in Regional Final Mooting Competition

Congratulations to Windsor Sixth Form Law students who gave an outstanding performance in the Schools Regional Mooting Competition finals, hosted by the University of Wolverhampton. The team of eleven A-level Law students were given a problem scenario involving a charge of gross negligence manslaughter and asked to prepare and present the case for the prosecution….

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Law Students in Regional Competition

On Friday 17 March, 11 A-Level Law students took part in the University of Wolverhampton Regional Schools Mooting Competition. Students were given a problem scenario involving a charge of gross negligence manslaughter and asked to prepare and present the case for the defence. The students faced fierce competition from schools in the region and after…

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Alternative Curriculum Day

Wednesday 8 March was an Alternative Curriculum Day for Years 7 – 10 and an amazing day was had by all. Year 7 – 10 covered issues including Mental Wellbeing, Self-Harm and Positive Mental Effects (different subjects for each year group) which all support our extensive PSHE programme.  We also had various visitors in school…

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Dragon’s Den Enterprise Day

On Tuesday 28th February, 60 Year 10 students from Windsor and Kingswinford teamed up to pitch business ideas at ‘Dragons’ from local businesses. The aim of the day was to promote enterprise skills amongst the students so that they can develop their entrepreneurial ideas and lead other students in developing these skills back in the…

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