FORMER pupils of Windsor High School, Halesowen, are invited to return for a special open day this weekend, marking the school's 75th anniversary.
The school started life in 1939 as Halesowen County Secondary Modern School for Boys and in 1972 became Richmond High School for Boys. Windsor High School came in to existence in 1985 when the two single sex schools fully merged.
To commemorate the school's three-quarters of a century, headteacher Keith Sorrell is inviting former students, staff and governors to visit the school on Saturday, June 28.
The day will start at 11am; there will be a brief introduction from the headteacher and an opportunity to look around the school and see the changes that have taken place and the additional facilities that have been added over time. There will be tour guides to assist with the tour who will be able to answer questions and bring guests up to date with all that has been happening over the years.
In addition there will be an opportunity to meet friends and colleagues and catch up.
For more details contact Mrs L. Bytheway on 0121 550 1452 or email firstname.lastname@example.org