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Winstanley Community Primary School

Everyone, Every Day

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Aims and Values

At Winstanley Community Primary School, we believe that every person in school is a valued member of the school community whose needs, academic and personal, we must strive to meet.

Our mission statement is “EVERYONE, EVERY DAY”

Winstanley Community Primary School Charity Heroes!

Two groups of pupils have recently made us very proud:

Madeline, Ellie, Kate, Adam and Bradley took part in Kiddie Climb 2017 which involved climbing Mount Snowdon to raise money for the Rose Blossom Trust. The children walked all the way to the top and back in six and a half hours, hitting temperatures of -3 degrees and below and in doing so raised a staggering £1,500!

Braiden, Katie, Freddie, Charlie, Madison and Millie raised £75 for Prostate Cancer Research last weekend by going from house to house telling jokes.  For example; there was a fight in the local chippy and guess what happened?  Two fish got battered!  The fundraising was entirely their own idea showing that the community spirit is alive and well in Winstanley. 

Pupils Meet Mystery Guest at Wigan Youth Zone!

On Tuesday the 5th of July 2016 Amelia Yates, Mia McCann and Grace McCann went to the local Wigan Youth Zone to meet a very special and important guest…  Prince Harry!  There were a lot of pupils, as well as adults and college students and also quite a few people banging on the outside windows.  We got selected at random on Tuesday 28th of June because on that date we fortunately were playing at the Wigan Youth zone although when it came to home time at 7oclock we were gifted with a very amazing invitation.  After waiting for a full week of excitement it was finally time to meet Prince Harry!  At quarter past 2 we left school and quickly walked home. Speedily we got ready and made our way to the Youth Zone. When Prince Harry arrived in his blacked out window Land Rover, everybody was screaming outside although when he walked in everyone went silent. As people started to notice he was here it started to get louder and louder and unsurprisingly people started to follow him around. Photographers were there from the local newspaper and Wish FM were also with them to take pictures for their Facebook page. A couple of hours later someone rang Mia’s phone and spoke about how we had been caught on a fabulous picture with Prince Harry. On the way home Mia and Grace’s mum surprised us with the printed pictures that are still on the Wish FM Facebook page and we were delighted to see them for the first time. Our opinions are that he seems to be a very respectful and generous kind of guy he interacts with children and has fun. We would love to meet him again soon and maybe some other royal family members.

Written by Millie, Grace and Mia.

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