On Thursday 1st November, twelve members of the school’s Physics Society spent the evening enthralled by a very special guest speaker.
Another successful Contemporary Art Fair for the boys this year, held again at Royal Windsor Racecourse.
In recognition of the centenary anniversary of Veterans Day, a group of pupils from Year 12 attended the Old Court in Windsor to view the Veterans Art Exhibition
Over the past 18 months, pupils from TWBS have been given opportunities to get involved with the development of the
Last Saturday 3rd November, The Windsor Boys’ School very sadly hosted the funeral of an Old Boy, Charlie Godfrey, who left in 2015.
The school had their first Basketball match for a long time on Thursday when a combined year 11 and 9 team beat Churchmead 27-17.
The under 15 B Rugby team got their first victory of the season at Mill Hill on Saturday in a hard fought game against strong opponents.
Today marked the start of the History revision sessions for year 11 in preparation for their upcoming mock exams.
Each year we sell Nordmann Fir Non-Drop Christmas Trees as part of our Business & Enterprise curriculum, to parents, teachers and the local community.
On Monday 5th November, Professor Richard Grayson from Goldsmiths, University of London came in to speak to a group of Year 12 Historians
On Friday 2nd November, the boys were once again enjoying a great game of bowls at Desborough Bowls Club!
After a slow start to the season, losing in the National Cup in the first round, the U16 team have bounced back in emphatic style beating Slough & Eton 7-0 in the league.
Waking up at 5am for a school trip was tough but totally worth it!
It is that time of year again when some of our Art and Photography A level students get the opportunity to exhibit at Windsor Contemporary Art Fair.
Year 9 and 11 boys have been training hard for their first basketball match against Churchmead next Thursday.