Windsor's is the Upper Sixth House for Boys. It is one of the original four houses at Felsted School. The House building was built in 1890 and, coupled with the ground floor Houses of Manor and Montgomery's is called 'School House', as it was originally where the whole school was housed. The House takes its name from its fourth House Master, Rev. F. D. Windsor who was Housemaster from 1900-28. The House Colours are Navy Blue and Gold, the Motto of the House, which is inscribed over the main door of the House, reads: nil conscire sibi, which is a famous latin saying which continues: nulla pallescere culpa. The translation of the whole quote means: “To be conscious of no fault, to turn pale at no accusation.”
Windsor's was home to day and boarding boys from Year 9 through to Upper Sixth, but in September 2007, Windsor's became the Upper Sixth Boarding House for Boys. It is now a dedicated house where Upper Sixth boys can focus on their exams and prepare for University life. It is located close to the Sixth Form Centre and library and is at the heart of the School with stunning views over the main school front and cricket pitches.
Housemaster: Mr Clifford Palmer
Address: Windsor's House, Felsted School, Felsted, Essex. CM6 3LW.
Telephone: 01371 822720
House Mobile: 07764 332931