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Book of the Month

The title for October is Kat Wolfe Investigates by Lauren St John. It is a great read, especially if you like good old-fashioned mysteries.  The villain is a nasty piece of work and the heroines are top-notch. Excellent for everyone. To find out more click here .

Open Evenings & Open Days

We are looking forward to welcoming prospective students and parents at our Open Evenings on Monday 24th & Wednesday 26th September, 6.30-9pm. Open Mornings are Tuesday 25th & Thursday 27th September, 9.30am. To view our prospectus click here .

Dudley Teen Book Awards

On 24th April a group of students from Years 7 and 8 went along to Dormston High School for the award ceremony for the Dudley Teen Book Award. Students had been reading the six titles on the 2017 shortlist over the last three months and then voted for their favourite. The winner was Stewart Foster…

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Never Judge a Book

Ever seen a movie but couldn’t be bothered to read the book it was based on? Ever read a book and been bitterly disappointed by the movie? The school librarians have put together a list of titles that have been adapted into films with varying results of success. Click here to read more.

Charity Update

Windsor has a strong history of supporting good causes and last week saw two amazing events! The York prefects and house organised a week of breakfasts for the Rays of Sunshine charity who grant wishes for terminally ill children and children with life limiting illness, raising an amazing £500 with the help of donations from…

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Careers Fair 2018

On Tuesday 27th March 110 students visited Windsor Sixth Form to attend Windsor’s Careers Fair. The fair hosted many universities delivering a range of degree and higher apprenticeship courses in varying subjects for different careers. In addition to universities, vocational course providers within engineering, music and a range of other professions informed students about future…

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Christmas Jumper Day 2017

On Friday 15th December Windsor staff and students supported Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day by swapping their school uniform/professional dress for a Christmas jumper.  Those taking part made a donation to this global children’s charity. The above photograph shows staff wearing some amazingly colourful jumpers.

Emergency School Closure – Tuesday 12th December

Having made a site assessment this morning and considered the travel circumstances around local paths and roads, the conditions for school are not suitable. Therefore, with regret, we now feel we have no alternative but to CLOSE the school today Tuesday 12th December, for the safety and wellbeing of students, parents/carers and staff. We hope…

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