You are warmly invited to join our Virtual Open Day, on the morning of Saturday 6 March 2021, where you can discover more about Windermere School.

 

 

The Open Day will run on Skype and is the perfect opportunity to find out about the excellent education we offer our students. Individual meetings will be available with:

Mr Ian Lavender-Head of Windermere School

Mrs Julie King- Head of Junior School

Mrs Ellie Vermeulen-Deputy Head, Academic

Mrs Lynn Moses- Deputy Head, Pastoral and Head of Sixth Form

Other staff including our Head of Lower School and Head of Middle School will also be attending so that families can get the most out of their virtual visit. Our Admissions Team will also be available to answer any questions related to our admissions process.

We hope that this event will give you a snapshot of life at Windermere School where our students become confident, compassionate and charismatic individuals. Our approach combines academic excellence, supportive pastoral care and innovative use of our unique environment with an extensive extra-curricular and outdoor education programme.

To register your interest in our Virtual Open Day, please complete the form below – or email our Head of Admissions, Mrs Jane Gallon.

 

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    Elleray Campus (ages 3-11)

    The Elleray Campus is where the Windermere adventure begins.  

    Our beautiful setting provides each child with the space to flourish. With adventurous learning at the heart of our provision, the children learn vital skills that they bring back into the classroom and take with them through life.  Whether they are taking part in Forest School, den building, reading books in caves, or performing on our outdoor stage, there is both challenge and enjoyment. There is a warmth, vibrancy and kindness at Elleray that makes it a very special place to learn.

    Browhead Campus (ages 11-18)

    The adventure continues at Browhead Campus. 

    By providing a safe and traditional environment, students are given every opportunity to become the very best version of themselves; able to grow in confidence, develop their personalities, discover their strengths and excel academically, leaving us equipped for a life beyond the school gates. 

    Our students are encouraged to have the confidence and resilience to stand up for what is right and a desire to reach out to others. This balance of confidence and compassion is not on any syllabus, yet it is central to everything we do and embedded in our School’s aims and values.

    Private Watersports Centre

    We are privileged to have our own Watersports Centre, Hodge Howe, less than a mile away. This unique facility, recognised as a Royal Yachting Association Youth Sailing Club, lies at the heart of our Outdoor Learning Programme. In 2018, the facility was awarded Championship Club status by the RYA for its race training, we were the rst school in the UK to earn this accolade.

    At Hodge Howe students learn to sail, canoe, kayak, windsurf and wild swim. They also learn survival and map reading skills, participate in team-building exercises and gain first aid qualifications.