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Windsor Girls' School

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Windsor Girls' School
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TypeAcademy converter
MottoAspire, Advance, Achieve
Local authorityWindsor and Maidenhead
TrustWindsor Learning Partnership UID 5544
Department for Education URN141852 Tables
HeadteacherMr P Griffiths and Mrs E O'Carroll
Age13 to 18
PublicationThe Windsorian

Windsor Girls' School (WGS) is an upper school for girls aged 13–18 in Windsor, Berkshire, England. While most other schools in Berkshire operate on a two-tier system with pupils entering secondary school at age 11, the local LEA uses the three-tier system, hence the 13+ entry age.[1] It previously held Business & Enterprise specialist status and was rated "good, with outstanding features" by Ofsted inspectors in 2010.[2] In 2014, the school was rated outstanding. Its partner school is The Windsor Boys' School.


WGS was originally Windsor County Girls' School, an independent school, during the inter-war period, founded in 1920, and later Windsor County Grammar School for Girls during the era of the tripartite system.[3] It turned comprehensive during the 1970s when the system was abolished.

Notable Alumnae


  1. ^ "School system in Windsor to remain as three-tier". Windsor Advertiser. 5 July 2012.
  2. ^ "Girls praised by Ofsted inspectors". Windsor Observer. 14 February 2010.
  3. ^ Davies, Ellis Roger (1981). A History of the First Berkshire County Council. Berkshire County Council.
  4. ^ "'Fishnets, tarty wigs – I love all that'". Daily Telegraph. 8 December 2004.

Further reading

  • Mercer, Susan (2005). Girls in green: Windsor Girls' School, 1920–2005. Windsor Old Girls' Association. ISBN 9780955104404.

External links

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