Access Keys:

 
 
Windmill Integrated Primary School, Dungannon
Applications for Nursery and Primary 1 September 2019 intake Application forms for both Nursery and Primary will now be completed online. The Education Authority 'Portal' to do this will be open from Wednesday 2nd January 2019 at 10.00am until 12 midnight on Thursday 31st January 2019. A copy of your child's birth certificate and Windmill's Pre-Enrolment  form will still have to be sent into school.  Further details will be provided during the Open Afternoon. | Open Afternoon Open Afternoon for prospective parents and children will be taking place on Monday 17th December 2018 from 2.15-4.15pm. | Please check Parents Area for info on our school choir events | Play Awareness Sessions Please check the Parents area for info on Play Awareness Sessions for Parents | Please check Parents area for letters about Senco and French classes | Please check Our School for Our 30 Year Celebration. Lots of memories take a look. If you would like to add your memory of your time at Windmill Please let us know.
open new window
pause
play

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.