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%
It was a Wednesday afternoon, much like any other Wednesday afternoon in Dragonflies classroom. All the children were listening to a story about Little Nutbrown Hare. Suddenly there was a shape at the window! It was the Easter bunny. He quietly tapped on the window...read more
The children in Dragonflies class welcomed 2 visitors this morning. Mr and Mrs Coulson came to tell the story of Easter. They had some figures representing Jesus, his disciples and the food and drink at the last supper to help them. They looked at a wooden cross and a...read more
As is now traditional in the week before Easter, the children of Windy Nook Primary School delivered our Easter Service at St. Alban's Church. Key Stage Two treated the watching audience to songs and readings. The Year 5 children spoke superbly and the school's Sign...read more
Robins built structures using non-standard units in maths this morning. They used egg boxes, Duplo and wooden blocks to make to towers that were equal to, shorter than or taller than objects in their classroom. They even made a tower that was the same height as Mrs...read more
CEOP - KEEPING SAFE
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