Windsor Preparatory School
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|Monday||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Tuesday||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Wednesday||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Thursday||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Friday||8:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Saturday||-- closed --|
|Sunday||-- closed --|
The Secondary 1 Program (Years 7-9) at Windsor Preparatory School, seamlessly transitions from our Primary Program and provides excellence in curriculum and assessment. Our Secondary 1 Program employs learner-centered and enquiry-based approaches. The curriculum has been carefully designed to ensure our learners acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to advance in their educational careers. As learners progress, they experience more freedom to select academic subjects that are suited to them by either following a broad course of study or specializing in a particular area of interest or excellence. All of our programs are internationally relevant and sensitive to the needs of learners from varied cultures and backgrounds. In addition to providing our extensive secondary curriculum, formative and summative assessments are administered using progression tests.
The Secondary 2 Program (Years 10-11) offers the Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education (BGCSE). The BGCSE is aligned with the Cambridge Secondary 2 IGCSE Curriculum and incorporates relevant cultural studies of The Bahamas. Windsor Preparatory School’s Secondary 2 Program continues to build upon the benefits and opportunities of our Secondary 1 Program. This secures learners with a solid foundation of knowledge and skills that will help them to excel in the Advanced Programs. Assessments for the Secondary 2 Program occur at the end of each course, and include written and oral coursework, as well as other practical strategies. Our assessment approach broadens opportunities for learners to demonstrate mastery of their knowledge and skills.
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March 17, 2019 VitoriaA
The kids are great and very talented. The parents are great and support everything that we've been doing for their kids. It is easy to work with your co-workers, and everyone is friendly with each other. You can go out in the area and enjoy time out with parents at events, and we all see each other as family. The Bahamas is a great place to live and work, with lots of things to do. Since the new Principal and his wife came with her as his assistant, things are rotten. They come and go whenever they want but expect us to be on time and leave at times after they have usually left. They have smoothies at lunch every day and don't do any kind of duties but expect us to be on call and supply for lessons. The assistant principal sits in her office each day and makes certificates and maybe reads to kids in the lower elementary. The assistant also shouts at teachers, talks about everyone behind their backs, complains about the job and the house that the school gave them, spends most of her time in the class where her kid is in, leaves early, is away from work every time her other kid is a little sick and controls her husband's decisions. We now have 8 parent evenings each school year, they complain if your books aren't marked almost every day, they complain if your lesson plans aren't complete, you have to make 5 assessments for each subject in each semester, they do not support you with student discipline, and they hobnob with parents while they watch you pick up the pieces of their bad management decisions. Everyone loves the owner, and we were a great family until these two new managers were brought it, because they have killed that family atmosphere in 7 months. We have put up with all the other principals who have come and gone, but there are a few of us who are considering leaving because of the two new people brought in.