01942 749141 School Office: Mrs Parkinson, Mrs Lindley

Tan House Drive, Winstanley, Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN3 6JP


Pupil Leadership

At Winstanley Community Primary School we believe that pupils need to be at the centre of their learning and should have an important voice within their school.  Pupils are given opportunities to have an input into decisions and make suggestions to improve their school, as well as being more aware of the wider community. 

Eco committee

We meet as a group at least once per half term to discuss ways in which we can improve our school environment and reduce our carbon footprint. We are working towards the eco schools green flag award. 

Digital leaders

The Digital Leaders are responsible for:

Finding and testing out new technologies and software that we could use in school, then demonstrating them to other children and teachers.

Training children AND adults in school to use new technologies.

Help other children and adults in school if they have an ICT issue?

The digital leaders attend a club after school to complete different projects.

Play Leaders

The Y6 Play Leaders at Winstanley CPS act as role models to the children in Reception Class, Year 1 and Year 2 at lunchtimes. They help to ensure that all of the children in Reception and KS1 are engaged in active, fun and safe playground activities.

Reading Ambassadors

Reading Ambassadors play a key role in promoting Reading across school. We hold regular meetings where they share and discuss ideas. Reading Ambassadors are responsible for planning and helping to run events like World Book Day and fundraising days. They read with younger pupils and help take care of reading areas around school, and also promote a range of authors and new texts to different classes.

School Council

We are a group of children who act as representatives for our class mates.  We arrange fundraisers to enhance our school environment and we support local and national charities.

Wellbeing Champions

The Wellbeing Champions at our school support pupils to be emotionally healthy and improve their wellbeing. The Wellbeing Champions have delivered assemblies for the whole school, they have and continue to be proactive during playtimes; supporting pupils as and when needed and they have recently introduced ‘worry-boxes’ into each class which they check on a weekly basis and act upon any concerns identified. They are also about to implement ‘Winstanley’s 5 Ways to Wellbeing’ and are looking to establish a ‘Wellbeing’ club at lunchtimes.