Our school was established in 1877 and has a proud history of providing quality education to children from the Windsor and neighbouring communities. The school caters for 300 – 340 students from Years 1 – 6 and has an enrolment zone in place.
We have 14 classrooms, a library and a hall. The classrooms are outfitted with modern furniture, and up to date learning technology. The hall was recently renovated, has an audio-visual system and is used by the local community. A Perceptual Motor Programme and after school care group also utilise this facility. Three modern playgrounds serve the Junior, Middle and Senior syndicates and the large outlying playfield caters for our outdoor education needs.
We have a dedicated staff providing a learning environment that maximises the learning potential of students with a strong focus on literacy reading, writing and mathematics. There is a supportive PTA and a pro-active School Council of students.
The Board of Trustees is an enthusiastic and committed team who work together to support our teaching team and provide a modern learning environment. Together we provide a quality education that is caring, sharing and supportive, so our students have the opportunity to maximise their potential abilities in all areas. We are proud to be working to help shape the future of the children in our community.
“Windsor North School will provide the foundation for learning for life by providing a caring, sharing environment in which our children will have the opportunity to maximise their potential abilities in all areas”.
Through our influence, example and efforts we aim to help our children at school to:
- Provide a challenging and supportive environment where our pupils can grow as individuals with a well balanced, open minded and positive approach to life.
- Empower our pupils to enquire and question so they can respond and adapt to the constant changes in the global community.
- Provide for the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of our pupils so as to nurture their motivation, confidence and self-esteem.
- Facilitate and maintain open and regular two-way communication with all stakeholders to ensure that the stated vision, policy goals and objectives are being actively pursued and achieved.
Our values are the important qualities we try to live by and show in the ways we ourselves go about our work and relationships with others in our school.
Honesty; Fairness; Reliability; Caring or Compassion; Respect for others; Non-sexism; Respect for the law; Non-racial Tolerance; Resilience; Striving for Excellence;