Welcome to Windy Nook
The principle purpose of Windy Nook Primary School is to provide high quality education to enable pupils to achieve success. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents/carers and pupils and we hope that you find what you are looking for.
We hope that our website reflects our endeavour to create an atmosphere of mutual consideration and respect regardless of age, gender, race, religious beliefs, disability, social or home background and family circumstances. It is a celebration of all of the fabulous work and activities that our children participate in. Please feel free to leave a comment or contact the school direct with any queries you may have.
Thank you and enjoy your visit.
Lucie Forrest – Head Teacher
Attendance Last Week
- Whole School Attendance 97.12%
- Whole School Attendance without Nursery 96.04%
- Ladybirds 96.84%
- Owls 99.60%
- Bluebells 96.07%
- Tulips 93.08%
- Oaks 99.17%
- Dragonflies 98.95%
- Robins 100.00%
- Nightingales 97.33%
- Snowdrops 96.67%
- Elms 94.62%
- Beeches 96.92%
Article 28: You have the right to a good education. Nightingales have been looking at different types of materials in science. We carried out an investigation to see if we could make an ordinary piece of paper stronger and we found out that we could! When we bent,...read more
Article 28: You have the right to a good education. In history Key Stage 1 have been finding out about castles and kings at the time of The battle of Hastings in 1066. We linked the topic to art and the children colour mixed paints to create shades of brown and then...read more
This week, the pupils of Tulips, Snowdrops and Bluebells learned all about bees. The children developed their understanding of pollination and discovered the startling amount of food that would be lost from our plates if bees were to die out. As part of their lesson,...read more
We have been busy all week making some Chinese dragons and today we had our own parade to celebrate Chinese new year. Afterwards we took advantage of the beautiful sunshine and spent the day outside. We painted Chinese symbols, used our senses to explore noodles and...read more
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