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

See below for the latest school news, tweets and blogs direct from the school

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Latest Blogs Straight from the Classroom

  • Marvellous Mathematicians!

    For the past two weeks, the children in Sanders have displayed great resilience in developing their place value knowledge using a range of practical resources. Ask your marvellous mathematician to show off their recently acquired skills! ... read more
    Source: Windmill – SandersPublished on 2018-09-24By mbacro




  • Ready for another awesome week Knighton
    Hi Everyone, What a great week we’ve had. I can really see how hard some of you are working, well done. Remember we are trying hard to be the best we can be! Next week we are going to be working on the four number operations. Remember on Friday we ... read more
    Source: Windmill – KnightonPublished on 2018-09-23By jcox




  • Gunpowder, Treason and Plot!
    A great week in Horrell discovering more about who helped Guy Fawkes conspire to kill King James 1. We’re looking forward to our trip next week to find out more about the Tresham family.   Star of the week this week goes to… Finley for excellent contributions to discuss and for being ... read more
    Source: Windmill – HorrellPublished on 2018-09-21By cbrightwell




  • Another fantastic week
    As another fantastic week comes to a close I would like the children and parents and/ or carers to know how proud I am of every single one of them. You should all be so happy witht the effort that you have all put in, but remember we can always ... read more
    Source: Windmill – CogginsPublished on 2018-09-20By rlundy




  • Inheriting traits science lesson
    Hi Everyone, Wow what an awesome way of finding out about traits. I forgot to remind you to bring in photographs of your family, so we can see which traits you might have inherited. Here is the link for the website we used today. Have fun! https://hub.co-opinsurance.co.uk/crossbreeds/ ... read more
    Source: Windmill – KnightonPublished on 2018-09-19By jcox




  • Finding the difference using negative numbers
    Hi Everyone, Awesome learning today. I was so impressed with the way you were all thinking in Maths and really trying to get the ideas, well done. Here is the video for finding the difference that we used in the lesson today. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – KnightonPublished on 2018-09-19By jcox




  • New trampoline

    Great fun on our new trampoline,painting our new cooker and lots more. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-09-19By ltaylor




  • Making kites

    New dolls house bought with the Kellogg’s money we won.Mud pies and water play. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-09-18By ltaylor




  • Mud kitchen

    Just love mud pies.Clay leaf pots. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-09-17By ltaylor




  • What’s in store for next week?
    Hi Everyone, Wow what a busy week we had. All that learning! Remember to log onto Spelling Shed, I’ve put the new spelling list for this week on there. This week in Science we are going to be looking at traits you might have inherited from your family. If you ... read more
    Source: Windmill – KnightonPublished on 2018-09-16By jcox




  • Brilliant Bread makers!

    During our WOW days, the children learnt about the importance of consuming bread during Ancient Greek times and became brilliant bread makers. They also made their own team work recipe which worked a treat: 2 tbsps. of unity 1 tsp of resilience a sprinkle of compassion a pinch of ... read more
    Source: Windmill – SandersPublished on 2018-09-16By mbacro




  • Roald Dahl morning.

    Goodbye Mr. Bob we will miss you. ... read more
    Source: Windmill – Wraparound Care BlogPublished on 2018-09-14By ltaylor




 

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