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
There was an exciting buzz around the library this afternoon as Mercury were choosing a range of different books to share with children in Jupiter. To finish the afternoon we had hot chocolate and Mr Barnes shared on of Jupiter's favourite stories with Mercury....read more
All day Jupiter enjoyed listening to lots of traditional tales. We read the Little Red Hen and decided to bake a loaf of bread and of course Jupiter offered to help Mr Barnes and Mrs Gibson. We also worked together to write the instructions and sequence the story....read more
Mercury enjoyed using origami to create their own corner book marks, adding a design of their choosing.read more
Amazing day! We all enjoyed sharing our class book called, There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom. Saturn have planned stories for a class book and even started to design the front cover.read more
Jupiter had a fantastic time at Whitehouse Farm. We learnt all about a range of different animals including; mice, rats, guinea pigs, skinny pigs, rabbits, snakes, lizards, tarantula, parrots, lemurs, pigs, cows, owls and much more. We had the opportunity to bottle...read more
Jupiter had a Fantastic time when they were visited by two police horses. We asked a number of questions: 'How fast can they run?' 'What jobs do they do?' How do they catch the bad guys?" One of us even asked, ' how long are the legs?' And was used to demonstrate the...read more