At our AGM last Monday 9th October, we reviewed the year ended 31st August 2017.
This week has seen two major concerts take place at school. On Monday we had our first Windsor Learning Partnership Choral celebration and on Thursday evening our annual Autumn Concert for the Windsor Upper Schools.
The final week of our first half term has seen two days of outstanding House rugby and table tennis in the Cockhouse Trophy!
Year 9 entered the Young Geographer of The Year competition 2017 organised by the Royal Geographical Society.
The under 15 side have had a really strong first half term and turned in some impressive results.
At the weekend 32 Science A-level students embarked on the first scientific residential trip to Geneva, Switzerland, a brilliant city which encompasses an enormous lake, unbelievably good transport and the global centre of particle physics: CERN.
This Friday will see the continuation of the TWBS Indoor Bowls Society taking place at Desborough Indoor Bowls Club.
The IFS Stock Investor Challenge is now underway and students in the Economics Department are developing their stock market portfolios.
Congratulations to Jamie Jarvis and James Matthews who have reached the National Final of the EU Mock Council Debating Competition which will take place at the Law Society on 22nd November.
Year 12 and year 13 Law students will be taking part in the National Bar Mock Trial competition at Reading Crown Court on Saturday 4th November.
The first six weeks back since the summer holidays have seen over 250 boys across all year groups participate in some form of rowing.
On Friday, old boy Mark Adams (Woodland) spoke to the Sixth Form on behalf of The Anthony Nolan Trust’s Hero Project.
Six of the school’s finest designers visited Castle View Retirement Village to present their ideas for the ‘Sky Lounge’ area, to project manager and ex-Windsor Boy, Robin Hughes.
Last week’s 1st victory of the season for The Windsor Boys’ U16 rugby team at home against a well-drilled Latimer side bolsters confidence in the team.
Year 12 and 13 pupils are invited to attend these talks at Eton College.