Welcome to our school
Children return to school on Thursday 8th June 23 at 8.50a.m..
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.
'Congratulations on the outcome of your Ofsted inspection in June. Achieving the judgement of
Good is a tribute to your leadership, to the dedication of your staff and the hard work of all of the
students in your school. This is a much deserved public recognition of the work of everyone
associated with The Willows Primary School'.
Please click on the link above to read our latest Ofsted Report
Ofsted letter from the local authority
Attendance and Punctuality is the responsibility of all staff, parents, carers, pupils and governors. For sustained improvement and to ensure that the children get the maximum benefit from their entitlement to education, attendance issues are shared, given high profile and are underpinned by
the school ethos and mission statement. At The Willows we have adopted strategies to actively promote good attendance and punctuality from the earliest possible point. The Willows Primary School is committed to placing the Convention on the Rights of the Child at the
heart of its ethos and values. Attendance at school is crucial if children are to achieve well, enjoy their education and have the best start possible to their life-long learning journey. All children have the Right to go to school and to gain a good education. Follow this link to view our Attendance Policy