Dedworth Middle School
Windsor and Maidenhead, United Kingdom
About Dedworth Middle School
Dedworth Middle School is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational, 9-13 Middle School, situated in Windsor, Berkshire. The school, which converted to an academy in 2016, is part of the Windsor Learning Partnership which consists of Dedworth Middle School, Dedworth Green First School, Windsor Girls' School and The Windsor Boys' School. The school currently has 500 students on role and is part of an expansion process which will take it to 720 students. It takes in pupils in Year 5, and pupils leave after Year 8.
Mr Graeme Aldous
Values and vision
Dedworth Middle School’s aim is for every child to develop his or her potential to the full in a secure and happy environment. It believes the programme of studies offered at the school will present challenges and opportunities for all its children, in and outside the classroom. The Middle School wants children to go home at the end of the day buzzing with ideas and further questions.
Dedworth Middle School sets its sights on being a centre of excellence where high levels of achievement are the norm, where beliefs and diversity are celebrated and where care and respect are paramount. It believes that the opportunities and experiences it offers encourage its pupils to grow, becoming responsible citizens and enthusiastic, lifelong learners.
“Pupils’ attitudes to learning and school are exemplary. Their behaviour in lessons and around the school is excellent. Most of the teaching is good, with some that is outstanding. Teachers have established purposeful relationships with their pupils. School leaders at all levels, including senior leaders, subject and phase leaders, and governors, share a firm commitment to the school and have helped to bring about considerable improvements.”