We’re going to the Finals! ⚽️🏆

Our football team really impressed last night with their positive work ethic and team spirit. After some difficult fixtures last week, they came back fighting, winning 2 matches and losing 1. Their hard work won them a place in the Blaydon distract final, next...

Newsletter #24 – Friday 22 March 2019

24. Friday 22 March 2019

Skilful sketching

Mercury have been learning to use different different types of pencils to create texture when sketching. They began by experimenting with the effects which can be created depending on the hardness of the pencil, before moving on to selecting the best pencil to...

Marvellous Mummies

Neptune have had a creative afternoon experimenting with and using mod roc to mummify dolls. As you can see it was an extremely messy process. They've had a lot of fun and cannot wait to decorate them next week.

All different, but connected!

Jupiter have been exploring the similarities and differences between ourselves and our families. We used wool to show that we are all connected and had a lovely discussion. After we decided that being different just makes us special.

Waterstones

Jupiter had a fantastic time collecting their world book day stories from Waterstones in the Metro Centre.

Red Nose Day

Venus have been wearing their red noses to support Comic Relief today. Well done everyone for raising money for such a worthy cause.

Washingwell Weavers

As part of their 'Our World and Beyond' topic, Year 6 have been learning about Kente cloth. Native to Ghana, Kente is a type of silk or cotton fabric made of interwoven strips of material. Designed using bright, vibrant colours, it is worn by men (in a similar way to...

Welcome

Mrs HallWashingwell 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.

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Year One Debate!

Year one are debating what will happen next in the story. We have two different views. Some children think Grandad will return home and some children think Grandad will stay on the island. We are expressing our views and giving reasons for our thoughts. 

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Wind toys

Year one are following instructions to make a wind toy. We will use these to test if it is windy outside. We have been learning about the weather and how it changes during different seasons. 

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