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)
See our new brochure here ! West Lane brochure 2018-19
“Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at.”
– Stephen Hawking
ATTENDANCE – LAST WEEK
- Attendance Champions: Reception Hazel 100% 100%
- Whole School Attendance 96.6% 96.6%
In computing this week with Miss Westgarth, Year 4 went back in time into an Ancient Egyptian ‘virtual world’ – using an interactive, ipad-based learning experience called ‘Press Play.’read more
As part of our whole school ‘Faith’ and ‘Anti-Bullying’ week (during our RE lesson with Miss Westgarth last week), Year 4 explored the word ‘RESPECT’ – looking carefully at the word CHOICE as an acronym for the letter ‘C’ (representing this an individual’s ‘choice’ and freedom to follow their own religious belief or faith).read more
Linked to our topic ‘Does The Tyne tell a Story?’ Year 3 visited The Baltic – where we explored the different bridges of The River Tyne and had great fun in a workshop, where we made our own bridges!read more
Year 4 have been identifying a range of vocabulary this week, using a range of resources. We have found synonyms for disgusted, courageous, ill-fated, vile, outrageous, ordeal, atrocity and evil. This will help broaden the vocabulary that we use in our writing.read more
Last week, our school parliament went on a fantastic visit to the Sikh Gurdwara and we had the most amazing time!read more
Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 10 16.11.18read more
COMING UP – DIARY DATES