We are pleased to invite your Early Years and Year 1 staff to an exciting online event on Wednesday 13th October 4pm – 6pm led by Shonette Bason (Dough Disco lady). Places can be booked via the link: https://t.co/S8GwMxdWMW We look forward to welcoming you. @ShonetteBason
Summer sorted with our 50 things to do challenge ❤️🌈 #spreadthehappiness
We can't control what happens to us, but we can choose how we respond ☔️🌈 Join us for #JumpBackUpJuly and find ways to be more resilient in challenging times https://t.co/vm4WiFx8nF https://t.co/SoVamY09bl
Win £5,000 for our school's library! Nominate our school to win and you could take home £100 of National Book Tokens just for your family https://t.co/dDQyLJpz5H
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK It’s been proved reading is good for your mental health! Reading as little as six minutes a day can reduce stress levels by 60% by reducing your heart rate, easing muscle tension and altering your state of mind. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek2021 https://t.co/PaK0EonuSB
If you have applied for a place at WHA for your child to start in Year F in September 2021, you should have found out today if you have secured a place. We will be in contact soon if you have been successful. We look forward to welcoming our new Year Fs and their families!
On behalf of the pupils, staff and governors, I would like to welcome you to Windmill Hill Academy.
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At Windmill Hill Academy, we all believe that Primary Education is an important stage in any child's life. Their experience at our school will lay the foundation for all their future learning and we strive to give every child the best start possible in their school careers.
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