Windmill Primary School

Wokingham, United Kingdom

Location: Wokingham, United Kingdom
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: Primary
Funding status: State - Academy
Gender: Mixed
Age range: 3 - 11 years

About Windmill Primary School

Thank you for expressing an interest in Windmill Primary School, the first Primary Academy in Wokingham.

We are a new primary school in a brand new building, purpose built for children aged 4 to 11 years. We pride ourselves in being a small school where all children are known, valued and their individual needs recognised and met.

As of September 2017 we will have a a complete Key Stage One offer (Reception through to Year 2) and two Key Stage 2 Classes (Year 3 and 4).  Each year the school will increase its age range, adding an additional year group until it is an all through primary school (Reception to Year 6) with 210 pupils in September 2019. We will grow and learn together over the coming years and we want our pupils to be integral to the development of the school, its curriculum and its environment.

Our curriculum is developed to excite and motivate children with a range of topics and projects that are of interest to them and to which they can fully contribute to so that their learning is engaging, interactive and fun, whilst also covering the full National Curriculum.

Our aim is to develop learning skills for life and creative, independent thinkers.

In addition to this we place a strong emphasis on developing personal and social skills so that our children are happy, responsible citizens of the future who can actively contribute to society.

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Address: Woosehill Campus, Smiths Walk, Fernlea Drive, Woosehill, Wokingham, RG41 3DR, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1189 029123
What people say about us

The school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding

- Ofsted June 2016

The academy trust provides effective challenge and support to leaders

- Ofsted June 2016

The Executive Head Teacher is highly committed to securing the best possible outcomes for all pupils in a school that leaders promote as a ‘21st century village community

- Ofsted 2016