Windmill Primary School

Mr Coleman welcomes you to Windmill Primary School…

“Our vision and purpose is to raise a generation of children who grow, learn, dream and become fulfilled beyond all expectations safely and enable children to leave our school wiser, better, more fulfilled and with greater opportunities and choices in every area of their lives than previous generations.”

Windmill Lane, Raunds, Northants, NN9 6LA

Tel: 01933 623121

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Latest Blogs Straight from the Classroom

  • DT Delight

    What a great week we’ve had in Coggins. DT seems to have been the thing this week. We’ve created our fairground rides, and evaluated our finished products In the recycling workshop we made Christmas decorations out of old cardboard , materials and CD disc. Holly made a wreath and a ... read more
    Source: Windmill – CogginsPublished on 2017-12-15By cbrightwell




  • A shorter but great week … 11 sleeps to go
    Jack-Today I enjoyed DT day and designing the cards for the elderly. Kylan-I enjoyed DT because I changed my mind from I can’t do it to a positive mind set of I can do it . Kiera – I’m really pleased Breakfast Club won an award and got to visit ... read more
    Source: Windmill – GravestockPublished on 2017-12-15By rtracey




  • It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas….

    Today Clarks class have made Christmas wreaths and they look great! We also took on the challenge of creating a Christmas door. Here is Clarks class’s door: ... read more
    Source: Windmill – ClarksPublished on 2017-12-15By jmawby




  • Santa’s dilemma!
    Lando – I loved doing DT today and my friend and I made something really cool! Saffy – My friends and I made the snowman that’s now on the classroom door; I think we did a great job – Come to have a look! Callum – My group and I ... read more
    Source: Windmill – KnightonPublished on 2017-12-15By kdurrheim




  • DT Day

    Today Lawrence class became Santa’s Designer Elves; we planned and created Christmas stocking decorations, using sewing as a joining technique. Above you can see just a small sample of the amazing creations. The children demonstrated phenomenal sewing skills as well as great resilience and the most amazing Unity we have ever seen- ... read more
    Source: Windmill – LawrencePublished on 2017-12-15By nbashford




  • Our Christmas party is fast approaching

    There is a sign up sheet on our classroom window for you to pop down what you would like to bring. However, you could also comment here and I’ll write your choice on. Please note: No pineapple or nuts! ... read more
    Source: Windmill – HorrellPublished on 2017-12-15By ggascoine




  • Paper bowls

    Messy fun making paper bowls. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2017-12-13By ltaylor




  • Just the best day ever (Houses of Parliament)

    What an Amazing day we have had from the start to the finish. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2017-12-12By ltaylor




  • Visitor in School

    This afternoon we were lucky enough to have a visitor come in to talk to us about Islam and the daily life of a Muslim. The children were fascinated to learn about the Muslim holy book and about Muslim prayer. Thank you very much for your visit! ... read more
    Source: Windmill – LawrencePublished on 2017-12-12By nbashford




  • London here we come !!!
    Going to the Houses of Parliment today to collect our Breakfast Club Kelloggs Award just a little excited x ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2017-12-12By ltaylor




  • Snowmen on baubles

    Just another great morning today. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2017-12-08By ltaylor




  • The Great Fire of London

    This term we have been learning about the Great Fire of London. We have learnt that the fire began in 1666. It started in a bakery down Pudding Lane. During maths we learned all about 3D shapes. We used our knowledge of 3D shapes to create houses that looked identical ... read more
    Source: Windmill – ChambersPublished on 2017-12-08By kcatling




 

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