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

  • Zoo painting

    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-05-24By ltaylor




  • Making Maths Meaningful – quarters, capacity and volume

    Firstly, apologises for not attaching the power point earlier. The children have been amazing at exploring quarters last week. They have used their stem sentence to help support them and it has meant that they are able to check their own work. “To make a quarter you need to make ... read more
    Source: Windmill – St CrispinPublished on 2018-05-22By bking




  • Rhyming Couplets

    This week in English we have been exploring poetry, particularly focusing on rhyming couplets. We thought of our own examples with different theme- can you guess what they were? ... read more
    Source: Windmill – LawrencePublished on 2018-05-22By nbashford




  • Decimals, Decades ago and the Duke and Duchess fun!
    Jack: I enjoyed completing my innovation in English and developing my decimal understanding. Connie: I enjoyed going up to the Henge today and exploring the site. Hudson: I found it interesting that the Henge site is both an archaeological and construction site. Noah: I enjoyed problem solving in Maths and ... read more
    Source: Windmill – GravestockPublished on 2018-05-20By rtracey




  • Harry and Meghan wedding breakfast

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    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-05-18By ltaylor




  • Fun at the Henge

    Today some people from Coggins class went on an awesome adventure to the cotton Henge down Meadow Lane. They were a very lucky lot as they were the first school children on the site ever and they saw lots of monuments like: the corn dryer ,7 roman wells and the Henge.  What ... read more
    Source: Windmill – CogginsPublished on 2018-05-18By cbrightwell




  • And the Superstar Writer is….

    JENNA! Well done Jenna! Here’s a sneak peak of Jenna’s writing…. ‘Walking through the wet field, Tiana could see the continuous rain falling from the foggy sky. All around her was muddy, brown leaves and soggy, gooey mud which was making noises from underneath her feet. All Tiana wanted ... read more
    Source: Windmill – ClarksPublished on 2018-05-14By jmawby




  • Little Book Worms in Coggins

    We have had an amazing time reading the Explorer from Kathrine Rundell. Its been fun finding out how Fred, Lila, Con and Max survive the jungle! It has been an awesome book so far  and we only have one chapter left Everyone in Coggins has enjoyed it! Keisha: I ... read more
    Source: Windmill – CogginsPublished on 2018-05-11By cbrightwell




  • Breakfast outside

    Great fun this morning. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-05-08By ltaylor




  • Making Maths Meaningful – halves

    Thank you once again for showing your support and attending our maths preview of next week’s learning. I have attached the slides as a reminder of what we covered. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask   Miss King and Miss Catling Making Maths Meaningful ... read more
    Source: Windmill – St CrispinPublished on 2018-05-05By bking




  • History and Traditions

    We have been finding out about WWI in History this week and discovering what life was like in the ‘Trenches’. We focused our learning on the Battle of the Somme. Bobbi~enjoyed finding out some interesting facts like how soldiers suffered with trench foot. Kyra~found out in the trenches soldiers ate ... read more
    Source: Windmill – CogginsPublished on 2018-05-04By cbrightwell




  • Tadpoles

    Pictures speak louder than words. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-05-04By ltaylor




 

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