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Fairtrade Assembly
Fairtrade Assembly
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summer sports
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Starry Night
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School Council 2017
Rainbow Building
Rainbow wave on new build
Rainbow wave on new build

Happy New Year Everyone!

Welcome to the spring term!

This term the curriculum will be themed around, 'Are we nearly there yet?'

This is also the term that we will be able to move into the fabulous new learning spaces for our nursery, reception and year one pupils.

We are delighted to be building 21st century teaching and learning spaces for our pupils, families and community to benefit from for years to come!

Everyone will be invited to a celebration open event in due course.

In the autumn term, we were involved in National Anti-Bullying Week's work around the theme

'All Different, All Equal"

Pupils shared their learning in a series of great anti-bullying assemblies for their parents and carers.

Thank you to everyone who came along to share their child's learning. Working together to make sure that our School is a happy, safe place for everyone is something we prioritise every day! The children are currently working on creating a child-friendly anti-bullying policy which we will publish on our policies page.

Our whole school theme for the autumn term was, 'Grand Designs!".

School is offering 30 hours nursery education and childcare from September 2017. Please contact the School Office for further information.

We are delighted that we have been awarded the

School Games Silver Mark again this year.


The FOWWS Sponsored Walk Event was amazing - great to see so many children, family members and friends supporting our fantastic school.


A huge well done to our Year 5 and 6 pupils who took part in the cricket competition  County finals.

The Willow Wood cricket team is now officially the best cricket team in Winsford!

The Willow Wood dodgeball team is also the best dodgeball team in Winsford!

Fab news! Thank you to all the pupils who represented our school so well!

This summer term's whole school theme was,

'Willow Wood Works!"

We have been thinking about all the skills, attitudes and qualities which make Willow Wood work so well as a learning community and also those which employers are looking for when we grow up.

'Learning Today for Tomorrow' in action!

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 an IT suite - 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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Contact the School

Willow Wood Community Primary School

Bradbury Road

Main Contact: Helen Tolley, School Business Manager

Tel: 01606 593896