We are delighted to announce that on 26th November 2015, our parents, children and staff achieved the 'Leading Parent Partnership Award'.
WELCOME TO OUR SCHOOL
At The Willows we aim to:
Provide Stimulating and challenging learning experiences through a broad and balanced curriculum designed to meet the needs and talents of all
Create a secure, happy atmosphere where we can all work effectively, developing responsibility and independence
Ensure a safe environment which is rich, varied and stimulating to develop learning through work and play
Value the parent/carers and community of the school as genuine partners in the education process
Develop respect for ourselves, others and society as a whole.
The Willows values the diversity of our community and embraces the contribution of every individual. We believe the children's learning is enriched with their community both inside and outside of school. Families are actively encouraged to participate in school life. The children's education is enhanced by links with outside agencies such as Manchester Airport, The Lifestyle Centre, The Forum, The Tree of Life and we are constantly building up links and relationships with High Schools. Community links are mutually beneficial. We actively support local businesses and organisations. Through the activities our children pursue in our community we aim to develop them as citizens who will make a positive contribution now and in the future.
We say goodbye for now to our new mummies who are leaving us for a short time for an amazing new adventure!
Well done to our Christmas Raffle winner!
Pupils from The Willows and Haveley Hey Primary School visited Frank Price Court, one of Wythenshawe Community Housing Group’s sheltered housing schemes, as part of their Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) work.
Our amazing pupils and parents spoke about peoples 'Rights' at a council meeting on 19th Nov 15. To see what the Councillors said about them see below.
Did you ever see such a beautiful rainbow...made from nutritious food groups...Mmmmm!
Important information about changes to 'School Attendance' in September 2015 from the Government