The School’s Core Values run at the heart of all practice:
Friendship – children are loyal and supportive to each other and learn to be kind. Children new to the school are made to feel welcome. At Winnall Primary, children take responsibility for ensuring that this happens, for example as anti-bullying ambassadors or as play leaders.
Cooperation – working together is key to success at Winnall. Children learn to listen to each other, and to respect what others have to say, but they also learn how to communicate their ideas well, to be heard and to reach a common agreement.
Determination – we encourage children to show perseverance in their learning, to showa “can do” attitude and to keep going, even when it gets difficult.
Equality – Winnall Primary is an inclusive school, where each child is celebrated as an individual and all are treated fairly. Children are encouraged to think about what is fair and right and to apply this to all aspects of school life.
Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The child is at the centre of the school’s purpose and of the purpose of those who workwithin the school.
We will provide a welcoming and open atmosphere and will value the contributions of all members of the school community in an atmosphere of trust.
All learners should be confident, engaged and involved in their own learning.
All children in the school should be well rounded, emotionally literate, happy, confident and
All children will enjoy their learning and should achieve their full potential.
All learners will be supported and challenged at their own level.
We will promote mutual respect between all members of the school community.
We will provide a safe and stimulating learning environment.
We will promote healthy lifestyles for all children and adults.
"Achieving our best together"
Here at Winnall Primary School the children are divided into four houses:
Each house has children from every class and siblings are put into the same house.