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Well done Year 3 you were all amazing on your first residential and displayed great skills and team work. This week Y4 are off to the Lion Salt Works on Tuesday (19th March) to deepen their learning with this hands on visit.

The children looked amazing on World Book Day

as they arrived dressed up as a fabulous range

of words such as, epiphany, extinct, sparkle and

moonlight!

 

We enjoyed a spectacular vocabulary parade in

assembly then held a BIG STORY TIME across

school! Thank you for your support in

developing a love of reading and books! Please

remember to read regularly with your child at

home!

 

It was fantastic to welcome everyone back. In the

first assembly of the half term we shared the

story, 'Odd Dog Out' by Rob Biddulph to start

our, 'Good to Be Me' SEAL theme. We want

everyone to feel that they belong at Willow Wood

and that we all appreciate and look after each

other!

 

Please note the dates for parent consultations on

Monday 25th March and Wednesday 27th March.

We expect all our parents and carers to take the

opportunity to attend this important meeting so

that your child can achieve their best.

 

Please remember that this term we are all  striving to be the best we can be!

This includes being prompt and remember:
'Every second counts
Every minute matters!'
Do you have a child who is due to start school in September 2019?
Please give us a call to arrange a tour of our school. Willow Wood is rated as 'Good' by OFSTED and we would love to show you around. 
The nursery is filling up rapidly so if you have a 3 year old please come and see our children learning and playing in the great early years environment.
 
We're in! 
Willow Wood signed up to the Active Pledge
 

The theme for the spring term will be, 'Footprints' and will have a Geography focus as well as developing STEM areas of the curriculum.

(Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

School offers up to 30 hours nursery education and childcare, a breakfast club and 'Sunflowers' after school club Please contact the School Office for further information.

 


 

We are delighted that we have again received the Silver Mark in recognition of the commitment we made to competitive school sport at Willow Wood during the year 17-18.

We also hold the Youth Sports Trust Silver Quality mark for our commitment to School sport, PE curriculum and Active lifestyles. 

All pupils from Year 1 to Year 6 have had the opportunity to represent the school at events throughout the year and we are very proud that they are always commended for their positive sporting attitudes. We took part in football, netball, basketball, hockey, athletics, dodgeball, tri-golf, boccia, gymnastics, tennis, cricket and tag-rugby at competition levels. We represented Winsford in netball at local level. We provided opportunties for Young Leaders through playleaders, sports organising crews and 'personal best' challenges. We welcomed the inspiring Jenna Downing into school and saw four of our year 6 girls take part in a 'skating masterclass' with her. We introduced Healthy Movers into the reception class and took part in a skipping challenge during National Sports week. We welcomed coaches from the FA Primary Academy and the Beth Tweddle Gymnastics team. The sporting calendar culminated in an amazing celebration of our pupils' skills on our 'Sports Day'

This year we are aiming even higher!  

 

Willow Wood Community Primary School is a Good school!

(OFSTED July 2015)

Leadership and management is ‘Good’

Behaviour and Safety of pupils is ‘Good’

Quality of teaching is ‘Good’

Achievement of pupils is ‘Good’

Early Years provision is ‘Good’

See the Ofsted page for quotes from the report.

Willow Wood Community Primary School is a happy and successful learning community where everybody is welcomed, supported and challenged to achieve their best.

We aim to create an open and welcoming learning community, where all voices are valued and listened to. We provide excellent teaching and learning opportunities within a broad, balanced and enriching curriculum so our children develop as happy, well balanced, caring individuals who can make good decisions for themselves and their world.

Willow Wood is set in spacious grounds equipped with a good range of outdoor facilities to support learning; outdoor classrooms; a wooden trim trail; play equipment, a pond, a woodland and even an outdoor ampitheatre created by the children which is perfect for rolling down!

The indoor learning environment has a campus feel and consists of 3 buildings which have been named by the children as - the Snowflake Building, the Sunshine Building and the Rainbow Building. The classrooms are all generously proportioned, light and airy. There are two halls, an art studio, library areas and community spaces - we are very fortunate to have so much space to carry out our fun, investigative approach to learning.

 

 Please click HERE to read the Headteacher's blog.

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Willow Wood Community Primary School

Bradbury Road
Winsford
Cheshire
CW7 3HN

Main Contact: Helen Tolley, School Business Manager

Tel: 01606 593896
admin@willowwood.cheshire.sch.uk