Success Stories


ICE FACTOR presented an event 'We call Australia Home', dedicated to Reconciliation. It was held at the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre on Thursday 9th April. The special performers were Mark Holden and Mick Ryan who performed “Kill Party”, a song about events which occurred in Victoria.

The Windsor Warriors team were exemplary with their participation. Windsor’s Stage Band, which includes Ice Factor players, performed four items. The band was a highlight of the show. Every Ice Factor team presented an item and did a superb job. The items included contemporary dance, soloist singers, guitar and digeridoo players and poetry. The two MCs, also Ice Factor members, did a fine job leading the event. The Festival Centre, The Wyatt Trust and Channel 7 were major sponsors of the event and Windsor students are extrememly grateful for the opportunity to perform in such an auspicious setting.


CONGRATULATIONS to the lovely WGSC girls who sang at Generation Jazz in Mount Gambier over the first weekend of Term 2. This was the first year Windsor has participated in the event and you all did an amazing job! Everyone at Windsor are very proud! Great job girls!






During Term 2, Year 11 student Kingsley undertook work experience at Pavlos Motel as part of his Certificate III in Hospitality (Comercial Cookery). Whilst on work experience at Pavlos, Kingsley assisted in food preparation, cooking and serving a fully cooked breakfast for 24 members of the Western Australian Bowling Team, in Adelaide to compete in the Australian National Blind Bowling Tournament. Kingsley acted as “Head Chef” during his time at Pavlos Motel and the business owner commented that Kingsley demonstrated good organisation, communication, cleanliness and good all-round cooking skills. Fantastic work Kingsley! Hard work, definitely pays off!



The first Aboriginal Leadership Camp of 2015 was a great success. At the end of each camp one boy and one girl from all of the participating schools are selected as Best Boy/Girl of the program. WGSC students Tatum and Dylan were chosen as the winners! Fantastic effort to both students. Welldone!

Denzel Taylor

Congratulations to Year 10 Music student Denzel for being accepted into the South Australian Police Band for Work Experience during Term 2. This is an excellent opportunity for Denzel and a great testament his drumming ability.

Well done Denzel!

School Info

Windsor Gardens B - 12 incorporates the Windsor Gardens Centre for Hearing Impaired, and is one of the most dynamic learning centres in the state. We are a medium size secondary school with a very strong sense of community. 

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