After teaching assistant Tracy Smith told Year 5 pupils at Windmill Primary School in Belle Isle about the work she was doing with a group called The Homeless And the Needy, they were keen to help. The group supports people living rough on the streets of Leeds with food, drink
Stars of stage, sport and screen, including Class Dynamix from Windmill Primary School in Belle Isle, will join residents from all across Leeds for the city’s first ever virtual Christmas lights switch-on on Wednesday 2 December 2020. The exciting line-up for the online seasonal showpiece has been revealed today and
Pupils from Music Federation schools in South Leeds (Windmill and Low Road Primaries) became prime time stars when they appeared on ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent on Saturday (25 April 2020). We spoke to Danny Gough, the founder of Class Dynamix to find out how children from Belle Isle and Hunslet
“Because we’re from Belle Isle lots of people don’t expect a lot from us, but because we have been given this opportunity, people see us in a different light” – Helen, pupil at Windmill Primary School International law firm Pinsent Masons has announced that it will be supporting Opera North’s
Next Saturday (6 July 2019) it’s the Belle Isle Gala! Climbing wall, inflatables, farm animals, fire engine, ice cream van, Punch & Judy, The Beach – sandpit and deckchairs, Paula’s tea and scones, mobile library, food, stalls and more. Saturday 6 July, 11am-2pm. Windmill Primary School. See you there!
Kim Groves Middleton, Leeds Absolutely brilliant to watch performers from Windmill Primary School, Low Road Primary School at Leeds Town Hall. Extremely talented young people an absolute credit to their schools , families , carers and City of Leeds. In Harmony Opera North brought together in the children’s words “Our
The Music Federation Schools (Windmill in Belle Isle and Low Road, Hunslet) have supplied many of the vocal performances for the new Sainbury’s Christmas advert now being broadcast to TVs across the nation. The schools have for some time been renowned for their unique curriculum, incredibly high aspirations, and glowing
In Harmony Opera North has been named as a finalist in The National Lottery Awards 2018 with the chance of winning £5,000 to benefit children locally and to share more widely the advantages learning a musical instrument can bring to young people from all backgrounds. But they need your help
Belle Isle’s Community Gala will be held at Windmill Primary School on Saturday 7th July between 11am – 2pm. You’ll find loads of activities, entertainment and things to do there, including bouncy castle, petting farm, climbing wall, refreshments, music, arts and crafts, stalls including bric-a-brac and raffle! They are still
On Thursday 28 December 2017 one hundred children and fourteen staff from both Low Road and Windmill Primary Schools were invited to Gaucho Restaurant in Leeds for a slap up lunch. This was in conjunction with Radio Aire‘s Cash for Kids/Mission Christmas who both schools have supported throughout the year.