Welcome to Windrush Valley School
Windrush Valley School is a thriving, well established and successful independent day school for boys and girls aged 3-11. We provide small class sizes in single-age cohorts, individual attention and affordable fees. We strive to ensure that all of our children are happy and successful.
Founded in 1951, it is registered with the Department for Education (DfE), the Independent Schools Council (ISC) and the Independent Schools Association (ISA); it is routinely inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI).
We understand the needs of busy parents and therefore provide supervised wrap-around care arrangements daily from 08:00 before school, and up to 18:00 after school.
The school prepares pupils for a successful future in either the independent or maintained sectors. We endeavour to ensure that all pupils achieve a place in their first-choice school when they transfer away at age 11.
We are always happy to meet with new and prospective parents; please come along and have a cup of coffee. You can tour the school, meet the staff and pupils with no obligation. You can book an appointment on-line or by telephoning the school office.
Mrs A Douglas BA(Hons) QTS
An Interview with the Head
Proprietor of Windrush Valley School
Ms Jacqueline Chung, Director
Ingenio Education Limited (English Registered Company Number 11079121)
Ms Chung may be contacted by Email: Jacqueline@ingenioedu.co.uk
Edwin Coe LLP
2 Stone Buildings
Interim contact for Ingenio Education Limited during the handover period:
Mrs Hiu Fu Eve Lee
145 Sydenham Park Road
Contact may also be made to Mr Alan Wood [former headmaster and proprietor of Windrush Valley School] via the school. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The school provides a positive, caring environment in which happy and self-confident children grow and where academic excellence thrives (Independent Schools Inspectorate 2015)
Windrush Valley provides challenge and nurture in equal measure – a perfect environment for growing children.
Pupils’ achievements, including those in EYFS and those who have SEND, are good and the school prepares the pupils extremely well for the next stage of their education. (Independent Schools Inspectorate 2015)
The school combines the best features of a rural primary school with the breadth and opportunity of an independent preparatory school.
The classes are small enough to allow plenty of individual attention, but large enough to ensure a lively classroom dynamic.
The school is successful in achieving its aim of allowing happy and self-confident children to grow and thrive (Independent Schools Inspectorate 2015)