Finding your child’s unique talents at Windlesham House

Windlesham House School, situated in the heart of the South Downs, prides itself on finding the unique skills and talents of each student.

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Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 7:00 am
There's plenty of sport on offer at Windlesham House

That's why the independent school has a whole range of extracurricular activities on offer, plus 60 acres of stunning grounds for the children to explore.

Sporty students will make the most of the grounds, which includes a nine-hole golf course, flood-lit astro pitch, tennis courts, an athletics track, netball courts, and a sports field for cricket, football, rugby and rounders.

There is also a new state-of-the-art swimming pool and sports centre with indoor playing courts for basketball, netball, hockey, tennis and badminton. And there’s a chance to try clay pigeon shooting, polo and sailing.

The school boasts a new swimming pool in its state-of-the-arts sports centre

Being outside is a big part of Windlesham, with ample outdoor space in the rolling hills of the downs, and tree houses in the woods where children can play, camp and learn forest skills.

But inside the school there is plenty on offer. There’s a whole host of languages available to learn including Mandarin, French, Greek, Russian, Spanish and Italian.

There is also a focus on drama and music, with a purpose-built theatre and drama studio, and a variety musical instruments from pianos to the marimba, plus plenty of music groups to join from classical to rock to rap.

Children can explore their creative side, as design technology, food tech and art are at the heart of the school’s curriculum. Students work with wood, ceramics, clay and textiles, and the school benefits from a 3D printer and Apple Mac suite.

Music and drama plays a big part in life at Windlesham House

Windlesham House is a non-selective school, and is focused on offering a range of subjects and activities so that children can find their unique talent and potential whilst having fun.

The co-ed independent school, which takes children aged four to 13, is offering scholarships for its September 2020 intake. Parents have until March 6 to apply.

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