Governors would like to thank all parents, grandparents, carers and staff for all the support shown to the school this term and to wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a a successful and healthy New Year.
We're in the news! BGT Star and boxing legend launch Mental Health Awareness Week at Willow Tree :-)
We held a spectacular event in school to promote children's positive mental health and well-being. We officially launched our own Wellbeing hub known as 'The Hive.'
Please follow the link below to read the article in the St. Helens Star
Realise your potential, Realise your goal, Reach for the stars whilst Growing, Learning and Achieving Together
Welcome to Willow Tree Primary School’s website. We hope you enjoy looking around our site and getting to know our school.
At Willow Tree Primary we have a highly committed and professional staff dedicated to supporting and guiding your child's development.
We want to ensure all our children believe in themselves and their abilities, aspire to be the best they can be, and want to learn so they can go on to achieve their dreams and goals. A love for learning and the chance to experience activities across the whole curriculum are at the heart of what we aim to achieve.
Our recent curriculum review has ensured we not only cover the requirements of the national curriculum, but the children develop personally to help them grow into responsible citizens and have as many experiences as possible during their time with us.
We have high expectations of both learning and progress and ensure all children are given the opportunity to reach their full potential. All children, regardless of their ability, are able to access all areas of the curriculum and any extracurricular activities held.
Our thoughtful and supportive staff ensure our children are at the centre of everything we do. They have created a supportive, friendly and nurturing environment which enables all children to feel safe and know they are listened to. We are very proud of our ‘Hive’, where children needing a little bit of extra help and nurture, can access support of a range of strategies and experiences to help them. All staff understand the importance of safeguarding.
We value the partnership between home and school and we have an "open door" policy, which means parents and guardians are welcome to visit and discuss things whenever necessary.
If you have any questions or queries or would like further information please do not hesitate to contact the school.
Mrs J Sweeney, Headteacher
If you are looking for something in particular and are unable to find it, please don`t hesitate to contact the school and we will be happy to answer your questions.
Our School Day
Our school day consists of 6.5 hours per day, from 8.45-3.15.
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Latest School Calendar Events
- Safer Internet Day08Feb2023
- Y4 Trip to York09Feb2023
- School closes for half term10Feb2023
3:15 pm - 4:15 pm
- School closed for half term11Feb2023
- Staff Inset Day - No Children in School20Feb2023
To see the full calendar, click "Calendar" below:
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