Light Up Cards

Over the past few weeks the children have been designing a light up Christmas and learning about electrical circuits.  Here are the first few examples of the finished product. Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. You should be encouraged to go...

Homework for Mrs Hope’s Class 7.12.18

This week's homework is as follows: Maths: p6 only Grammar: p90&91 Comprehension: p22&23 Spellings to be given on Monday.

All the Fun of the Fayre

This Thursday, the Windy Nook Primary School community joined together at the annual Christmas Fayre. The stalls were set up, pockets were lined with money and the buying and selling began. As well as raffles prizes, a toy auction and books for sale, various gifts and...

Christmas Bauble Decorating in Robins

After our road safety workshop today, Robins spent some time decorating their Christmas baubles for the tree. They used chalk to draw some lovely patterns on and then hung them on our Christmas tree. It's looking suitably festive in Robins now! Article 29: Your...

Robins are Road Safety Pros!

What an interesting and informative morning Robins have had. With a visit from Jill at Road Safety, they all took part in an interactive workshop where they learnt all about the Green Cross Code and how to cross the road safely. They also learnt how to walk safely on...

Welcome

The PTFA would like to set up a school lottery. This lottery would raise funds which would enrich the education of our children. This lottery would work in the same way as the national lottery where tickets would cost £1 per week.
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Would You Like A School Lottery?
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Welcome to Windy Nook

school entranceThe 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 94.88%
  • Whole School Attendance without Nursery 94.29%
  • Ladybirds 96.32%
  • Owls 95.20%
  • Bluebells 96.90%
  • Tulips 98.85%
  • Oaks 99.17%

  • Dragonflies 95.79%
  • Robins 90.74%
  • Nightingales 92.41%
  • Snowdrops 95.33%
  • Elms 91.92%
  • Beeches 97.31%

School News

Compass directions

Tulips have been practising their knowledge of compass directions. We worked together in pairs to play the game Blast Off! to test us. We took turns to roll a dice. If the number was odd we moved South East. If we rolled an even number we had to move the counter South...

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Pen Friends

WOW! I think 2015 is going to be a great year in the Beeches. We kicked off this term by receiving a letter from our new penfriends…all the way from Turkey! We had fun reading our individual letters and designing our postcard to send to them. Our next step…to write...

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Pen Friends

WOW! I think 2015 is going to be a great year in the Beeches. We kicked off this term by receiving a letter from our new penfriends...all the way from Turkey! We had fun reading our individual letters and designing our postcard to send to them. Our next step...to...

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Oaks walking the tightrope!

DON’T LOOK DOWN! Just a bit of fun today, as usual in the Oaks. After reading about Charles Blondin, the famous tightrope walker in literacy. We decided to go outside and copy some of his moves. When you have a great imagination the lines on the yard can really seem...

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Oaks walking the tightrope!

DON'T LOOK DOWN! Just a bit of fun today, as usual in the Oaks. After reading about Charles Blondin, the famous tightrope walker in literacy. We decided to go outside and copy some of his moves. When you have a great imagination the lines on the yard can really seem...

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