Windlesham House Governors

Windlesham House School is owned and operated by The Malden Trust Limited (the Trust), a registered UK charity.

The School’s Governors are directors and members of the Trust.

In conjunction with the Head and Senior Management Team, the Governors have an over-arching responsibility for:

  • Delivery by the School of its strategic aims
  • Control of the School’s finances
  • Compliance by the School with charities and educational regulation and the setting of, and compliance with, the School’s policies

The Chairman of Governors may be contacted in writing by letter addressed to the School, through the Bursar (telephone number 01903 874705), or by e-mail via: eharris@windlesham.com

Our Governors

 

NAMEBACKGROUNDROLE
Martina AsmarLegal and ex-WHS parentChair of Governors & Director – Designated Safeguarding lead, Finance Commitee Member
Sarah WickensProperty and ex-WHS parentDeputy Chair of Governors & Director – Marketing Committee Member, Finance Committee Member
Niall HamiltonEducationGovernor & Director – Chair of Marketing Committee
David ArmitageFinance and EducationGovernor & Director – Chair of Finance Committee, Policies Committee Member
Caroline Bonner-MorrisPublishing and FinanceGovernor & Director – Finance Committee Member
Sarah Kerr-DineenEducationGovernor & Director – Chair of Education Committee
Charlotte JohnstonEducationGovernor & Director – Education Committee Member

Our Vision, Mission and Aims

Vision

 The first choice prep school providing a high quality, innovative and distinctive education in a creative and inspirational environment. 

Mission

 To provide a stimulating, nurturing and safe environment where pupils are happy and develop into confident, independent learners who embrace challenge, gain a lifelong love of learning, are prepared to take risks and have kind and generous hearts. 

Aims

 It aims to achieve this by: 

●     Providing educational excellence through the provision of effective, inspiring and stimulating teaching to pupils of all abilities.

●     Encouraging enthusiasm for learning and enabling each pupil to achieve their potential;

●     Maintaining outstanding teaching and learning whilst providing a broad, forward-looking and innovative curriculum at all levels;

●     Sustaining a supportive and happy environment where the individual and spiritual needs of the pupils and staff are recognised and provided for within a community that celebrates diversity;

●     Attracting, developing and retaining exceptional staff in every sphere whose commitment to the children is transformational;

●     Encouraging self-confidence, self-motivation and self-discipline within a safe, nurturing and caring community.

●     Communicating and collaborating closely with parents to understand their expectations and aspirations;

●     Preparing each child to gain entry to, and flourish at a leading senior school;

●     Continually seeking opportunities to grow and develop through the investment in first-class facilities and resources to support the school’s aims;

●     Ensuring a bespoke and modern boarding environment tailored to each pupil’s individual needs.