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75th Anniversary Open Morning

Memories rekindled for past students who joined in with the 75th Anniversary celebrations on Saturday 28th June.
17 Jul 2014
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Jim and Sandra McHardy with Headteacher Keith Sorrell
Jim and Sandra McHardy with Headteacher Keith Sorrell
Celebrating 75 years at Windsor
 
On Saturday 28th June Windsor High School and Sixth Form organised an Alumni morning for past students and staff to return to their school for a look around and to meet former friends and teachers.
 
The morning was a great success with an array of photographs and memorabilia on display stretching back to 1939. These proved fascinating to all and there were many reminiscences and former friendships were renewed, some going back over 60 years!
 
Students and staff from all decades were present including someone from the first ever intake who enrolled in 1939 and clearly recalled the building of the Air Raid shelters during the war!








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