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Welcome to our school

Following the announcement  by the Prime Minister school will re-open on 8th March 2021 to all children.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming back all of the children and we will do everything we can to support them with their return to school as we know they have been at home for such a long time.

School is currently open to nursery children, vulnerable children and children of Key Workers  If your child is in one of the groups above please remember to wear your face mask when on the school premises and stay 2 metres apart from other parents/adults when bringing your child/children to school and picking them up at the end of their session.

School will continue to update all parents & carers with further developments/changes either through groupcall text, email or via this website.  

Many thanks to all parents & carers who are working with us to combat this dreadful disease.

During remote learning young people will be spending more time at home than usual - with their families, and on devices. Follow the link below for a list of resources that you can use with them, to explore online safety in a fun, engaging and educational way.

https://nationalonlinesafety.com/guides/10-top-tips-remote-learning-for-children

See also the latest information from the Government for Keeping Children Safe Online

As parents and carers, you play an important role in your child’s mental health. Following Children's Mental Health Week, you can still access valuable resources below which will support you during this difficult time by clicking on the link:

www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk/parents-and-carers/

 

The Willows Primary School is a 'Rights Respecting' 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.

See the link below for lots of exciting resources to use with your child on 'World Book Day'

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