An independent boarding and day school for boys and girls aged 4 to 13, in the Sussex Downs National Park
Arrange a tour with Headmaster Ben Evans.
To arrange please call:
+44 (0)7719 328396 or email: email@example.com
If you would prefer a live video conference via Zoom or Teams then we are also happy to arrange these.
Find out more about the school by watching our Windlesham Films.
boys and girls from 20 countries
trees to climb and over 65 acres to Explore...
Don’t miss our new virtual tour and our latest films.
As you explore key areas of our school in the self-guided ‘walkthrough’ tour you can watch videos and read about what makes Windlesham so special.
We hope you enjoy the tour and the films about different aspects of learning, playing and living at Windlesham.
We believe happy and motivated children excel academically.
Windlesham has been rated ‘Excellent’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and offers a wide choice of academic subjects, languages, extra-curricular activities and sports.
Looking back on your childhood, what memories stand out to you? Hopefully days of exploring nature, playing with friends and learning new skills…
Our beautiful 65 acres of grass and woodland, nestled in the foothills of the South Downs allows children to be children, giving space to learn, discover and play.
There’s also plenty of wildlife to spot – including a family of deer, badgers, pheasants and plenty of birds. With over 1000 trees to climb, there’s plenty of scope for a treehouse or den to house adventure seekers.
Sport is a big part of life at Windlesham – how many schools do you know that have a 9-hole golf course on site?
Our rural location is perfect for providing 80+ extra-curricular activities, including 5 acres of football, rugby, hockey and cricket pitches and tennis and netball courts.
All activities are led by expert coaches whose passion and energy motivates the children immensely.
Windlesham pupils enjoy a huge range of extra-curricular activities – from clay pigeon shooting to ballet, riding and polo, windsurfing and sailing to textiles and chess.
There are also opportunities for the children to enjoy camping trips and survival nights ‘in the wild’!
Houses compete to win the ‘Golden Welly’ by inventing a new game and then beating the other houses at it!
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