Strode’s College and Windsor College are part of The Windsor Forest Colleges Group alongside Langley College and BCA (Berkshire College of Agriculture) in Maidenhead.
Who we are
We are really proud of our students, our staff and everything that we achieve together, as our results have demonstrated the high standards at our colleges that meet the aspirations of our talented students. We believe that all of our students have amazing potential and that it’s our job to work with you to unlock that potential. We want you to aspire to be the best you can be – and we will do everything we can to help you achieve your ambitions. Come and find out for yourself at our Open Days and feel the amazing Sixth Form spirit at Strode’s and Windsor.
We are immensely proud of our students’ exam results and of the 100% success for our six Oxbridge candidates (2022). We have been delighted to see our students engaging with opportunities to enhance their studies through incredible trips to add context to their programme and encounters with visiting speakers and industry experts. We pride ourselves at Strode’s and Windsor on offering that perfect balance of independence and support, helping you to develop the skills needed for university, further study, higher apprenticeships or employment while providing a guiding hand as needed to help you succeed.
Explore our colleges
Based in Egham, Strode’s College combines quality, tradition and support and excellence abounds.
Based in the centre of Windsor, this college celebrates creativity and innovation with high academic standards.
Qualify for the working world as you learn in industry standard facilities from industry trained experts at Langley College.
Based in Maidenhead, learn from our specialist teachers and support staff to excel in your studies.
Governance & Policies
The Windsor Forest Colleges Group Corporation is the overarching body that governs Strode’s College, Windsor College, Langley College and BCA. The Corporation was formed following the formal mergers in 2017 and 2022. The Corporation Board, which is a non-executive board, meets at key stages throughout the academic year.