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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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Windsor PTA Annual General Meeting

Windsor High School PTA AGM will be taking place on 13th June at 6.00 pm in Room P3.  Any current members or parents interested in attending with the view to joining our successful PTA are more than welcome. Anyone interested in nominating themselves for roles of Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer or Secretary should contact me…

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Hanover House – The Silver Line

Hanover House has raised £675 for The Silver Line charity. This is what they said about our donation: “As we rely entirely on voluntary donations your fundraising efforts are valuable in helping us to continue to provide our vital services to older people. With your kind support, we will be able to answer 135 calls,…

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Lancaster House Update

Lancaster House have successfully raised £165.51 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. This has shown team work, dedication, support, organisation and more importantly the positive attitude demonstrated by our Lancaster students. We are all proud of you. The Lancaster Team

York House – YMCA Sleep Easy

On Friday 8th March, 21 students from Year 7-11 wrapped up warm and braved a night in the cold for the YMCA Sleep Easy with Mr Perks and Miss Ravenscroft. The students engaged with a whole variety of activities throughout the night, including listening to testimonies from people who the YMCA have supported, supporting the…

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Business ‘Grade Booster’ Day

Year 13 A-level Business students Freya, Hannah, Amelia and Lydia, attended the ‘Grade Booster’ revision day at Star City on Thursday 28th March. All students were exemplary throughout the day and fully involved themselves in the activities. They also took away some valuable revision resources to support their preparation for their upcoming exams. Well done…

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An Easter Celebration of Dance

417 students from Windsor and 11 of our local primary, secondary and dance schools performed at our Easter Celebration on Dance at the Stourbridge Town Hall on Tuesday 19th March 2019. The matinee and evening performances included a range of different styles and themes performed by students from age 4 up to 18 years old….

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‘Deeds Not Words’ Dance Performance

Last week (w/c 25/2/19) Windsor Sixth Form dancers were working with Abbott Dance Theatre on a two day workshop to learn performance material to be part of the community cast, alongside the professional dancers, in their performance of ‘Deeds not Words’.  The intense two day workshop culminated in the students performing at Forest Arts Centre…

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Ski Trip February 2019

During February half term I had the pleasure of leading my first Windsor Ski trip to Wildshonau in Austria.  After a very long journey students were met with extraordinary hot weather making their first few days on the mountain extremely hard going.  Side stepping up the mountain for several  hours and spending much time picking…

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Recommended reads for February

Fiction for February …lose yourself in mysteries, romance, adventures…there are no limits when you open a book.  Click here to view our list of recommended reads.