Egg Hunt

Jupiter enjoyed designing a capsule to keep their egg save. The children made their designs and had a go at testing their capsule by dropping it from a great height in the woods! Did they survive?

Healthy Sandwiches

Neptune have been making healthy sandwiches this afternoon. They have been practising their spreading and cutting skills. Some of us found this quite difficult.

Newsletter #26 – Friday 5 April 2019

26. Friday 5 April 2019

Dance Festival ❤️🖤

Well done Washingwell! You absolutely smashed it at the Dance Festival last night! #GSDF19 @gatesheadSSP Sage Gateshead #unitedwedance We are so proud of you all. ❤️🖤

Super Science!

Saturn had a super scientific day at Science at Life last week. We explored the exhibits including the Museum of the Moon and the Planetarium. We took part in a workshop and learned lots of new facts about ciculation and movement in our bodies. At the end of the day...

Easter eggstravaganza!

Venus are looking fabulous in their Easter bonnets today as we celebrate Easter in our Spring assembly.

Ancient Egyptians

Neptune had a fantastic day at Great North Museum: Hancock last week. During the morning we took part in a workshop where they used clues to discover important Egyptian jobs. After lunch, enjoyed visiting the Egyptian gallery and learned lots of new facts by taking...

Sketching in the sunshine

Mercury enjoyed the beautiful weather today, practising their sketching in our woodland area. We looked at using texture and shading to add detail to our close-up, observation sketches. A very peaceful afternoon was enjoyed by all!


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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