WHS - Updated Logo
On 28th September 2020 we launched our new updated logo to the children ready to coincide with the launch of our brand new website on the 5th October 2020.
We are extremely proud of our school logo which has been part of the school for a very long time, since 1863.
The Wildmoor Heath logo has significant historical heritage.
Our school was originally built in 1863, when Broadmoor Hospital was built, to a design by the famous architect Joshua Jebb. The school was built for the children of hospital staff who worked at Broadmoor Hospital.
We wanted to hold on to our heritage and the meaning of our logo and its symbols whilst:
- making our school logo more modern
- creating a cleaner and sharper logo
- allowing our four symbols to be stronger
- making our school name bolder so people notice us more
We worked with a designer at Greenshaw Learning Trust and explained our aims. After looking at many different versions and sharing these with our governors for consultation, we agreed on the logo below.
What does our logo represent?
- The symbols of the two lions in the top left corner and the crown in the bottom right represent the Royal County of Berkshire.
- The rose symbol represents the Tudor rose which can be seen on the Royal Berkshire coat of arms.
- Finally, the crow in the top right corner of the logo represents the town of Crowthorne.