Dear Parents, Carers and the community of Winlaton,

Caroline TetleyWelcome to Winlaton West Lane Community Primary School where we believe we have something very special and all staff, children, parents and Governors strive to REACH FOR THE STARS!

I am very proud to be the Headteacher of a school with such awe-inspiring children, dedicated staff and supportive parents and carers.

Staff and Governors helped to create our vision statement for our wonderful school which is based on a happy, inclusive school which exudes an ethos of opportunity for all -children, staff, Governors, Parents and the wider community of Winlaton. One that enables our children to take responsibility and be the workforce of the future.

Winlaton WLCP endeavours to be a forward-thinking school which is experiencing a time of change and rapid improvement. High expectations of teaching and learning, behaviour and team work are the norm here. We want to be outstanding in all areas of school life.

At Winlaton WLCP you will find a welcoming and vibrant environment, with all involved taking responsibility for themselves and other people. We work hard to achieve our best in everything we do. REACHING FOR THE STARS!

Caroline Tetley (Head Teacher)

Introducing our new School Parliament Class MP’s!

Please meet our new Executive School Parliament for 2017-2018!

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Year 3 ‘rise with the sun’ at the Rising Sun Country Park!

This week, linked to their topic work, our Year 3’s had a fantastic trip to the Rising Sun Country Park! Take a look at their trip photo slideshow to see how much fun they had…

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Year 2 Elder explore the heart!

In our science lessons, Year 2 have been learning about the heart – how it works, how blood is pumped around our bodies and how oxygenated / de-oxygenated blood is transported around the circulatory system…

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Little Kickers Reception!

Reception have thoroughly enjoyed their first Little Kickers session. Everyone had a brilliant time and learnt lots of new skills…

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Reception get a little bit “Gruff!”

This week, Reception have been reading “The Three Billy Goats Gruff. “ We have acted out the story, made brilliant bridges and have drawn some ugly trolls! 

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Y1 Chestnut become scientists!

This week in science, Year 1 Chestnut have been exploring and identifying different parts of the human body, using different objects (non-standardised units of measurement) to measure parts of the body…

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Year 1 Holly go on a shape hunt!

In Maths, Year 1 have been exploring 2-D shapes and their properties. Last week, we went outdoors with our learning and we searched the school grounds for 2-D shapes!
We found circles, squares, rectangles, pentagons, hexagons and octagons…

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Key dates for autumn term 2017

Please click on the link below to find a list of key dates for the Autumn term Autumn Term 17 Key Dates
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ATTENDANCE – LAST WEEK

  • Attendance Champions: Reception Hazel 100%
  • Whole School Attendance 96.6%

SCHOOL NEWS

Year 6 Leaver’s Fayre!

Year 6 had a really successful and enjoyable Leavers Fayre - raising over £1000, some of which will go towards their school prom! The children have written about their experiences in individual 'blogs'- some of which are shared below. Please feel free to read these...

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Year 4/5 LP Volcano Eruptions

In Year 4/5 we have been learning about volcanoes. We have researched how they are formed and the different features of a volcano eruption. We watched a video of David Attenborourgh commentating  a live volcanic eruption and then we wrote our own commentaries. Next,...

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Y6 Roman Ambush!

Year 6 had great fun in literacy this week - using drama to role play the first chapter of 'Roman Invasion: My Story - A British Boy A.D.84' by Jim Eldridge. We re-enacted the story of Bran (a young warrior from the Carvetii tribe) and staged a mock battle, where we...

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