Our Under 17 team of Will Goddard, Matthew Wellington, Will Mumford and Sam Helsby came second
Twelve bowlers from across The Windsor Boys’ School, Newlands Girls’ School and Desborough College competed in a tri-series tournament last Friday.
Year thirteen students who have applied to university attended an engaging and informative talk on Student Finance, hosted by Bucks New University, last Friday.
On a very cold and wet Wednesday afternoon, the Windsor Boys’ School Year 9 football team continued on their winning ways against Claires Court.
Jacobs offer fantastic apprenticeship opportunities and in the past a number of Windsor Boys have successfully secured roles with them.
Altwood School in Maidenhead have very kindly invited pupils to attend their Careers Fair next Tuesday evening, 22 January.
Last Wednesday The Windsor Boys’ School had the fortune and privilege of hosting an AutoDesk training event.
In our last match before Christmas the TWBS Bowls Society succumbed to a 9-0 loss to Desborough College.
The boys had been looking forward to their first match against Altwood School and had been training hard.
On Thursday 6th December, the Science department took forty eight year 9 boys to attend the annual Christmas STEM lectures at Oxford University’s Museum of Natural History.
On Monday 17th December, the Year 11 Drama class headed off to the National Theatre in London with Miss Gray and me to watch War Horse.
The Windsor Boys’ School Sport has had an incredibly successful and exciting term since September with so much happening and SO MANY boys taking part.
We are delighted to announce that this year’s Uno Animo dinner raised an amazing £18,700 profit.
Year 10 pupils were also developing their enterprise skills as they set up their stalls in Peascod Street to sell Christmas gifts,
The Year 12 TWBS Trees Team have been working extremely hard over the past month marketing their Nordmann Fir Christmas Trees