Weston-super-School recognised for its excellent provision

PUBLISHED: 11:19 16 November 2018

Windwhistle Primary School has been selected to feature in The Parliamentry Review. Headteacher Lyn Hunt with children of the school council and the publication.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Windwhistle Primary School has been selected to feature in The Parliamentry Review. Headteacher Lyn Hunt with children of the school council and the publication. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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A Weston school has been praised for its excellent achievements in The Parliamentary Review.

Headteacher Lyn Hunt and pupils from the school council with the publication.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONHeadteacher Lyn Hunt and pupils from the school council with the publication. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

The review enables schools to promote how they address the challenges they face and helps to encourage best practice.

Windwhistle Primary School, in Kingsley Road, has been selected to feature in the 2017-18 edition.

The review details how the school’s inclusive approach ensures high expectations for all, with quality teaching and excellent pastoral care which provides support for children and families.

Headteacher Lyn Hunt said: “The staff and governors are proud that the quality of provision at Windwhistle has been recognised and celebrated at a national level.

Windwhistle Primary School has been featured in magazine called The Parliamentry Review. Head Lyn Hunt with children of the school council and the publication.    

Picture: MARK ATHERTONWindwhistle Primary School has been featured in magazine called The Parliamentry Review. Head Lyn Hunt with children of the school council and the publication. Picture: MARK ATHERTON

“It is a tribute to the staff team who work so hard to provide the pupils with a high quality and rounded education.”

The review is independent of parliament and the Government and is circulated to more than half a million recipients.

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