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Trevelyan Middle School
Wood Close, SL4 3LL, UK Windsor
+44 (0)1753 864371

Where we are and what we do

Pupils on roll 590 (approximately)
Ages 9 to 13
Number of classes 20
Year groups 4
Classes per Year 5

Trevelyan Middle School has a number of strengths, particularly the caring, supportive and enriched education it provides for its pupils.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

The pupils benefit from and appreciate the excellent facilities that the school offers.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

Trevelyan is a co-educational comprehensive Middle School in Windsor town centre, England.

We have just under six hundred pupils in the school, with four year-groups of five classes each.

We are proud of the quality of our work and the care we extend to all our pupils. We believe in providing challenging and stimulating opportunities in the curriculum and outside, enabling our young people to flourish and develop the skills they will need in the 21st century.

We expect our pupils to accept the opportunities we offer, to work hard, and to look back on their days at Trevelyan with pride.

How we started in 1930

Lake District, 1962

Lake District, 1962

Geography Field Trip, 1964/5

Geography Field Trip, 1964/5

Butlins, 1981/2

Butlins, 1981/2

Trevelyan School was officially opened on 26 March 1930 as the New Windsor Council School by Sir Charles Trevelyan, the President of the Board of Education. It was renamed Trevelyan School in his honour in 1954.

Since 1979, it has been a co-educational comprehensive Middle School, catering for pupils between the ages of nine and thirteen.

In 1998, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead assumed responsibility for the school from the former Royal County of Berkshire Council.

In 2002 the school moved from its Green Lane home for the previous 72 years to a new site in Wood Close.

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Everything you need to know

A caring ethos pervades the school leading to the good personal development of the pupils. One parent commented that her daughters 'have all been encouraged to develop their own identities'.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

Every day during the school year, we work together to make sure that our pupils get the best out of their time at Trevelyan.

Knowing what to do, and when to do it, helps achieve this.

Learning in and out of the classroom

Relationships between teachers and pupils are good and pupils generally work with concentration and enthusiasm.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

Most teachers have good subject knowledge which they use well to give clear explanations to pupils and encourage them to think for themselves. Their sound and, at times, probing questioning extends pupils' knowledge particularly when pupils are required to explain their answers fully.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

At Trevelyan, we aim to provide the environment which will help children to cope with a crucial stage of their development - the transition from childhood to the start of adolescence.

We believe that the opportunities and experiences we offer encourages pupils to participate, accept responsibility and think for themselves. We aim for our pupils to transfer to Upper School well able to cope with the continuing challenges of formal education and adult life.

We offer the subjects of the National Curriculum using methods which are relevant and will challenge and motivate our pupils, whatever their ability.

We encourage our pupils to review their own work and set targets for improvement. At the start of each term, we send a pamphlet home giving details of what themes and topics each subject will cover.

Our managers, teachers and support staff

James Griffiths, Headteacher

James Griffiths, Headteacher

Investor in People

In 2005, Trevelyan gained its Investor in People accreditation.

Younger pupils benefit from specialist teaching and teachers are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about their subjects.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

Relationships are generally good and generate a productive working atmosphere; this contributes well to pupils' good personal development.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

Staff show a clear sense of commitment to both the pupils and each other and they work very well as a team.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

We have a team of teaching a support staff who are dedicated and experienced professionals. We know that they are our greatest resource, and invest in a programme of training and development for them.

We have

  • a school management team
  • resident teachers
  • around ten visiting music teachers
  • Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) for those children who need help in their learning
  • a Welfare Assistant
  • technicians to support teachers in Art, DT, ICT, Music and Science
  • librarians to manage our library and help children get the most from it
  • administrative staff to deal with the requirements of the school office.

As well as teaching, many of our staff run extra-curricular activites which we offer, including sports, clubs and music.

The School Community

Staff, parents & friends work on the Garden

Staff, parents & friends work on the Garden

They show good involvement in the local community, for example the samba band plays at residential homes for the elderly.
Ofsted school inspection, 2007

Within School

Our pupil council lets children be involved in the running of our school, and house points, certificates, awards and commendations develop a positive attitude to study, achievement and behaviour in school.

We actively welcome and encourage the support of parents:

  • Arranged visits are welcome, and our regular newsletters keep you up-to-date with what's going on.
  • The school's very active PTA runs events and activities throughout the year - many of them raising extra funds for your children.

Staff from First, Middle and Upper schools in Windsor work closely to ensure that progression in learning is smooth and continuous.

Outside School

We have various links with other organisations outside the traditional educational arena.

Our school premises are made good use of when they are not being used for educating our pupils. This helps our finances.

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