On Fri 29 October, a range of media students attended a brief talk with Alex Walker from Resource productions to promote 2 media/film clubs,
The Boat Club had a very busy 11 days, in four different locations across the half term.
As some of you may know, our Design and Technology teacher, Mr Hall, has built up a national and international reputation for his passion for, and expertise in 3D printing.
The Design & Technology department took its year 12 students to Eton College to attend a James Dyson Foundation engineering workshop.
After two hard, stressful days of rehearsals, the Year 11 Drama class completed their first Drama Practical Exam
As always, The final week of half term has seen some incredible House Events taking place with all years participating House Rugby and Table Tennis.
For the first time in The Windsor Boys’ School history we entered the Senior B Team National Cup.
The Under 15 Rugby team finished off a fantastic half term of rugby with a massive 31-5 victory over the very prestigious St George’s College in the second round of the National Vase competition.
The Year 9 football team completed the local rival double in empathic style beating Cox Green and St Bernard’s.
This invitation is open to all pupils and their parents, and it a really worthwhile event to attend if you wish to find out
Last term Keith Guthrie, Head of Business Intelligence at Sainsbury’s visited TWBS to share his career journey with our A Level Maths pupils,
Bedford Small boats Head of River saw 43 boys entered to race across the day, last Sunday 14th October.
On Monday 15th October 2018 Windsor took on Garth Hill College, Bracknell in Round 1 of the Walsh Cup (County Cup).
On Wednesday 10th October year 13 travelled to Slapton Ley, Devon for 5 days to stay with the Field Studies Council
Thanusan Kirubaharan, Harry Elliot, Theo Thomson and Bryn Acland of year 10 took on the four girls of Newlands Girls’ School in two pairs matches.