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Wildmoor Heath School

School History




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. It opened to just eighteen children.


The school's modern crest reflects its
historical associations (the Tudor rose - still to be seen carved on the wall of the original schoolmaster's house), the village of Crowthorne (the crow on the thorn bush)
and the Royal County of Berkshire
(the crown and two lions). 

Click here to view our School History photo gallery of 'past generations'