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Windmill Integrated Primary School, Dungannon
School Milk Milk orders for your child (P3-P7) for Jan-Mar 2018 must be made by Thursday 14th December.  It costs £11.13 per child. | Opus Digital Photographs can be ordered online via Opus Digital's website.  If you wish to order using the envelope provided, please return it to school by Tuesday 12th December at the latest. | Admission to Nursery & Primary School Sept 2018 Application forms for admission to Nursery and Primary School in September 2018 are now available to download from our school website and from the EA website www.eani.org/admissions. | Christmas Alert: Get FREE MS Office check parents area school letters. | REMINDER School meals cost £13.50 per child per week and should always be paid for on the first day of the week. | Please be aware No Cakes to be brought into School. In order to ensure the well-being of those children with specific allergies | Contact Parents Council on windmillparentcouncil@gmail.com
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Mission

In Windmill Integrated Primary School children are cherished, and everyone is valued and respected as individuals.

We are committed to our Integrated Ethos where we celebrate, share and value difference.

Vision

Our Aims:

  • To Provide a broad and balanced curriculum, based on the Northern Ireland Revised Curriculum, that is appropriate to the needs of each child enabling him or her to take advantage of every learning opportunity and reach his or her full potential.
  • To provide a happy and stimulating environment where the highest standards of attainment and behaviour are expected and where each child can achieve success.
  • To encourage children to value and respect themselves, others and their environment.
  • To ensure that all our children are aware that they are part of a wide and diverse society and to equip them to become independent and self confident and take responsibility for their future.
  • To encourage children to value their own particular tradition and develop knowledge, understanding and respect for other traditions and cultures.
  • To ensure that the school is a place where parents and carers, staff and children work together in partnership to develop each child’s potential. 

On a journey together….learning for life.