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Dudley Children’s Book Award

Windsor High School and Sixth Form is one of several schools in the Dudley Borough which take apart in the Dudley Children’s Book Award: an annual event where seven newly-published children’s novels are selected and shortlisted for Key Stage 3 students to read and then vote for their favourite.  To view the shortlist click here . …

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Author visit 30th January

We are looking forward to welcoming Lisa Williamson who will speak to Year 9 students in the hall to celebrate the new editions of her very successful novels.  Lisa will then talk about the inspiration and processes behind her debut novel The Art of Being Normal and her subsequent books; All About Mia and Paper…

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Eco Club – Recycle, Reuse, Reduce

We are pleased to announce we have new recycling bins situated in our newly refurbished Richmond’s dining hall.      The Eco group are continuing the work started last year to ensure that we look after our school environment.    Look out for more information on how you can help, coming soon!

Tiny Art Show Competition

Can you help in creating a tiny art gallery? Create your piece of artwork in any media onto paper with the measurements of 7cm x 9cm.  It could be your own creation or a teeny tiny copy of a famous piece of ark. Hand your entry to Miss Dovey in M2 by 31st January.  It…

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PE & Dance Extra-curricular Timetable

PE and dance extra-curricular clubs start again for the Spring Term.  Sessions are available Monday to Friday, before school 8.00 am to 8.30 am, lunchtime and afterschool 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Clubs are for everyone! To view the full range of clubs available please click here.

Year 7 Poetry Competition Launch

All Year 7 students are welcome and encouraged to enter the exciting Trust Poetry by Heart Competition. You need to choose a poem on the theme of ‘growing up’, learn it and practise performing it ready for a Windsor competition event in the week beginning 10th February. The top 3 performances will go through to…

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Anti-bullying Week – Book List

In conjunction with Anti Bullying Week this week our school librarian has put together a book list which can build empathy with those who have been subjected to emotional or physical abuse. To view the list click here .

House Competition

Open to all years.  We are looking for a brilliant artist to design the front cover of the programme for the Christmas Fair. Your design must be colourful, imaginative and include the following information: Title – “Winter Wonderland” Date – Friday 29th November Time – 4.30 pm to 7.00 pm School Address: Richmond Street, Halesowen,…

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Accelerated Reader Programme

Thank you to all the parents who were able to join us last night, Monday 14th October, for our Key Stage 3 Reading Parents’ information evening.  Please find below a link to the slides which offer guidance on accessing ‘Home Connect’ and other relevant links to support your child with their reading.  Your child will…

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House Competition for Years 7 and 8

Write a poem on the theme of PLACE to enter into the Betjeman Poetry Prize! Deadline for entries in school:  Wednesday 10th July All entries must include your full name and form.  Hand in to Miss Grace! Some ideas to get you thinking: A. Think back to a place that means something to you.  Place…

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Windsor Past & Present

A unique music event will take place on Thursday 27th June at 7.00 pm in the main school hall at Windsor High School and Sixth Form.  Entitled ‘Windsor Music Past and Present’ the concert will be the final one organised by Curriculum Leader of Music, Mrs Lowndes-Ford, before she moves onto pastures new. The evening…

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Poetry Reading by Windsor Alumna

Past student Elinor Cole will be reading from her published collection of poems and holding a Q&A on a career in writing.  Students in Year 9, 10 and 12 are invited to attend this special event on Tuesday 2nd July, in the school library from 3:30pm. Refreshments will be provided. Look out for the letter…

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