School Council/RRSA

Recycle your batteries here!

As part of our commitment to the environment and as a rights respecting school we are collecting batteries to recycle . Hopefully by now, you will have received your recycled  battery collection box . School Council / Rights Respecters will collect the batteries every...

Gateshead Foodbank

Please donate whatever you can! Items can be dropped off at the Methodist Church on Lucie Street between 6pm and 7pm, or leave at our school if this is easier.

Wanted School Crossing Patrol!

A vacancy exists for a School Crossing Patrol outside Windy Nook Primary School. The hours of duty to be worked each week (term-time only) are: 8.25 am to 9.05 am and 3.00 pm to 3.35 pm Monday to Friday. You will receive full-training and uniform. Punctuality, good...

Co-op Mother’s Day art competition

Congratulations to Ava and her mum for their winning entry. The Beacon Lough store chose hers as the winning entry because she had drawn her mum with a beaming smile. They provided a lovely bouquet for Ava to present to her mum, who did indeed have a beaming smile....

Dark chocolate energy bars for sale!

Another delicious healthy treat made by Healthy Cooking Club this week! They have made some dark chocolate energy  bars which will be on sale in the KS2 snack shop tomorrow for 25p. First come first served! Article 15: You have the right to choose your own friends and...

The Co-op Mother’s Day celebrations competition.

The Co-op have asked our Year 6 pupils to draw a picture of their mum to coincide with their Mother’s Day celebrations. These will be displayed in the Beacon Lough shop and store visitors will get the opportunity to vote on which is their favourite picture. Why don’t...

Marquisway wheelchair dancing

  On behalf of the school council rights respecters can I say a big thank you to the Revd Danie Lindley from St Alban's Church for inviting us to watch the fantastic Marquisway wheelchair dancing. The children had a super morning joining the parish community to watch...

The school council completed a road traffic survey

To start our road safety campaign and to try to get the council to employ a lollipop person to help us cross the road safely, we decided to complete a road traffic survey. We completed the survey on Tuesday 20th November, between 8.35 and 8.45. We were shocked to find...

A huge thank you from our school council

The school councilor's had a busy time recently. They collected all of the shoe boxes kindly donated by the community of Windy Nook Primary School. We were so please to send over 50 shoe boxes to those children in need. Thank you for your amazing support. Article 3: ...

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