Dear Parents, Carers and the community of Winlaton,
Welcome 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. It is an ethos that enables our children to take responsibility and become a brilliant workforce of the future.
Winlaton West Lane Community Primary endeavours to be a forward-thinking school with high expectations of teaching and learning, behaviour and team work. We aspire to be outstanding in all areas of school life.
At Winlaton West Lane, 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 and always REACH FOR THE STARS!
Caroline Tetley (Head Teacher)
ATTENDANCE – LAST WEEK
- Attendance Champions: Reception Hazel 100%
- Whole School Attendance 96.6%
On Friday 18th May, after a hard week of SATs, Year 6 went to Beamish museum. We visited all the main attractions and completed a workshop. During our workshop, we looked at gender roles and how they were changed by the Great War…read more
Please click on the below link for newsletter 28.06.2018 Newsletter Volume 4 Issue 11...read more
In literacy, Year 2 have been inspired in their writing by a fabulous, colourful and wordless text ‘Flotsam’, compiled by David Wiesner – who received the Caldecott medal three times and two Calecott honours for his literary work!read more
In our math’s lessons in Year 2, we have been learning all about symmetry and how to find this within different shapes. Last week, we applied what we had learnt by sorting unusual shapes seen in everyday objects – to investigate whether irregular shapes have lines of symmetry too.read more
Sometimes, it’s just about being inquisitive…
So, we went outside to prove a theory: Insects follow lines. We discovered they do! How cool is that?
In Nursery this week there have been some strange goings on! An evil pea has been on the loose! We have been reading the story of Supertato and made our own super heroes to stop the evil pea!read more
COMING UP – DIARY DATES