Do you have a child who is due to start nursery or reception class? If yes, we would like to invite you to come and meet us on Thursday 17th November between the times of 3:30and 5:30pm. There is no need to book simply drop in! Explore our wonderful site and find out more about our passion for creating life-long learners and the school’s commitment to inclusion and equality for all.
We look forward to meeting you!
- Year 1 Tuesday 8th November PM
- Year 2 Monday 7th November PM
- Year 3 Tuesday 15th November PM
- Year 4 Monday 14th November PM
- Year 5 Thursday 17th November PM
- Year 6 Thursday 17th November PM
It was great to welcome all our pupils back to school last week. It’s always amazing to see how much they’ve changed in just 6 weeks! All of our new year groups have got off to a flying start, getting to know their new teaching teams and adapting to new routines.
We now have only 3 simple rules throughout the school:
- Be ready
- Be respectful
- Be safe
The idea behind having only 3 rules is to enable greater consistency across the school when dealing with inappropriate behaviour. We understand that behaviour is a form of communication and, as a school, want to build good relationships with the children and address poor behaviour in a kind, positive and supportive way.
58 parents replied to our summer term survey with the responses being overwhelmingly positive (see below). We are constantly looking for ways to improve our provision in all areas so that our children can enjoy and make the most of their school experience.
Parent Survey Results
|Strongly Agree/Agree||Disagree||Don’t know|
|My child is happy at school||95%||5%|
|The school keeps my child safe||98%||2%|
|The school is well led and managed||98%||2%|
|The school has sufficiently high expectations of my child||91%||9%|
|The school makes me aware of what my child will learn||91%||7%||2%|
|The school lets me know how my child is doing||96%||4%|
|My child receives appropriate homework for their age||100%|
|The school deals effectively with unacceptable behaviour||90%||3%||7%|
|The school responds appropriately to any concerns I raise||95%||2%||3%|
|I am happy with communication between school and home||91%||7%||2%|
|My child knows how to stay safe online||88%||5%||7%|
|My child understands the importance of daily reading||95%||3%||2%|
‘All different’, ‘All Welcome’
In Willington Primary school, there are no outsiders. We are all different and we know that this is something that should be celebrated!
We need to prepare our young people for life as global citizens in a changing world. As a school it is our intent to adopt the ‘No Outsiders’ ethos in all aspects of life; with our children, in communication with parents and in our wider Willington community. ‘No Outsiders’ is a programme which aims to educate children about diversity within our communities and addresses issues such as sexism, ageism, race and different types of families. By embracing these principles, our school will become a safer place for all, where no child or member of our community will be treated as an outsider.
If you want to find out more about the ‘No Outsiders’ ethos, please follow the video link in our Facebook feed.
It is that time of year again when the nasal flu vaccination will be offered to all primary school children.
The NHS team will be in school to deliver the vaccines on the morning of Thursday 6th October.
It is important to complete the online form to give your consent, or if you do not want your child to receive the vaccine to select the NO option.
You can do this by completing the form on the link
You will need a code to find your child’s school.
Willington Primary School code is HD114066