Washingwell Primary School prides itself on being a school that provides a wide and varied curriculum which offers our diverse school community the opportunity to play, learn and grow in an amazing setting. Our uniqueness lies in our route to excellence, our commitment to getting it right for each and every child on an individual, class and whole school level. Our uniqueness is ‘us’.
By us, I mean all those who contribute to creating a whole community – staff, children, parents and governors. It makes ‘us’ special, different and determined to be the best we can possibly be for all those who share in our vision.
I am proud to be the Head Teacher of Washingwell Primary School and look forward to showing you just how great we are.
Mrs Alison Hall – Head Teacher
Where children realise their full potential in a safe, secure and happy place where all achievement is valued.
Attendance Last Week
Football Tournament - Thursday 11 January 2018, Thorpe Academy, Ryton A frustrating evening developed for the school football team last night. Played two, lost two does not look impressive, but the results tell a different story of three teams with nothing between...read more
16. Friday 12 January 2018read more
Year one have started exploring a new book. We are keen to find out where Grandad and the boy will go on their...read more
This afternoon, Year 5 and 6 welcomed Hannah from Northumbria University to host a challenge called 'English Escape Room'. Children completed quests linked to their Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar work. Each quest was introduced by a fictional character and revealed...read more
Bonjour! Today we enjoyed tasting lots of different French foods, it started at 9am with croissants and pain au chocolat for breakfast. After lunch Barnesy Bear and Charlie Chimp joined us for a special French picnic of baguettes, Brie and even some special grape...read more
In Literacy Children in Saturn have been learning a new word. The word is Domineering! They said the word, recited the definition, created vocabulary banks and played games to explore the new word. There was definitely some domineering behaviour amongst...read more