Trevelyan Middle School
Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
About Trevelyan Middle School
Trevelyan Middle School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational middle school in Berkshire serving students from the age of 9-13. The middle school is situated in Windsor and has approximately 433 students on record.
Trevelyan Middle School opened in 1930, formerly known as New Windsor Council School. The secondary school converted to academy status in 2016.
Mr P Clarke
Values and vision
Trevelyan Middle School focuses on providing a safe and happy learning environment for students to learn in and achieve to the best of their abilities. The Windsor based secondary follows six core values: encouraging, nurturing, respectful, inspiring, creative and happy. Students are nurtured as well behaved, respectful and confident individuals and are encouraged to make positive contributions to society. Trevelyan Middle School has the belief that every child has the right to an education and encourages ambition and success. A wide range of extra-curricular activities are offered to students to encourage new interests and experiences, which range from sports to a breakfast club.
“The curriculum is rich and pupils enjoy the range of experiences on offer. The school’s promotion of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is good. British values are well developed. Pupils across the school benefit from teachers who have enthusiasm and good subject knowledge. The school keeps pupils safe and secure in a caring environment. The school is improving. Leadership is improving aspects of the quality of teaching in most subjects. The strong governing body is supporting and challenging the school, which is resulting in improvements in achievement”.