Dale Avenue, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 8LS

01273 842421



The Windmills Junior School is a three form entry Junior School in the village of Hassocks just outside the South Downs National Park. We are exceptionally proud of our school and our pupils. Our pupils are highly motivated and thrive in our stimulating learning environment. We value the importance of creative learning and working together as a community. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum and provide exciting learning and sporting activities to ensure that the children have a wealth of experiences as they learn and grow.

We have a highly skilled team of teachers, teaching assistants and support staff who are extremely caring and totally committed to children’s learning, happiness and well-being.


We believe that sound values and a positive attitude are crucial in becoming lifelong learners and our expectations of the children are very high. We want our children to love school, love learning and feel proud of their own achievements.

Hopefully you will find all the information that you need on the website, but please feel free to contact the school office on the email, or phone number above with any queries. 

Headteacher: Mrs Leila Murray

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Latest School Events

Easter Holidays08Apr2019

INSET DAY - School closed to students23Apr2019

Year 3 Class 3 Swimming24Apr2019

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Latest Newsletters

  • 26 Mar 2019
    The Windmills News Issue 6

    Sing Up 2019; World Book Day - author visit and mystery books; Y6 War of the Worlds, Year 5 visit Kew Gardens and spend a morning map reading and orienteering; Year 4 'Changing States' topic look at America; Year 3 delve into the world of magic; sports including High Five Netball, Basketball Mid-Sussex Champs, QuickSticks Hockey, Bocchia and Kurling.