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
- Whole School Attendance 96.98%
- Whole School Attendance without Nursery 96.56%
- Ladybirds 91.05%
- Owls 96.67%
- Bluebells 98.57%
- Tulips 93.75%
- Oaks 100.00%
- Dragonflies 97.22%
- Robins 96.43%
- Nightingales 97.93%
- Snowdrops 98.57%
- Elms 98.62%
- Beeches 96.07%
The Snowdrops were able to make and use their own 8 point compass. They had great fun challenging each other to follow their directions.read more
We have been finding out about traditional stories and looking closely at the key events and key vocabulary. We worked as a team to each person completed one part of 'Jack and the Beanstalk' and then re-told the story to Mrs...read more
In Nightingales we all have a new pen pal from a school in Spain. The school is called Abencerrajes and it is in the Granada area. Our penfriends have written to us and we have just sent our replies to them. We can't wait to get our next letters all the way from Spain.read more
To find out more about our science topic for this half term we worked in teams and went on a materials hunt around our school grounds. In our classroom we have an ‘Investigation Station’ to look at materials using magnifying glasses.read more
Don't forget all entries to our Bird Feeder Competition need to be in school by Thursday 29th January. We have already received some fantastic entries! Remember you can view them in the hall next week too! Good luck everyone.read more
The Snowdrops worked extremely hard to research and perform their healthy teeth presentations. Super effort!!!!!read more
CEOP - KEEPING SAFE
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