We have received our OFSTED report from our recent inspection and I am pleased to inform you that Willington Primary School remains a good school.
We are delighted that the report recognises how keen our pupils are to come to our nurturing school. It highlights how proud pupils are of our school and how we provide the best start to pupil’s education both academically and socially.
The areas for improvement are ones that we had already identified and had begun to address.
As part of Anti-Bullying week, children can wear odd socks on Monday 13th November to celebrate ‘Odd Socks Day.’
WHAT IS ODD SOCKS DAY?
Odd Socks Day is part of Anti-Bullying Week! To celebrate that we are all unique, we ask that children wear odd socks to school on Monday 13th November. Last year over 13,000 schools took part in Odd Socks Day. Andy Day (CBeebies/ CBBC) and his band Andy and the Odd Socks are supporting the Anti-Bullying Alliance to help bring Odd Socks Day to life again this year. Have a listen to the brilliant song they have recorded especially for Anti-Bullying Week, Make a Noise.
WHY IS ODD SOCKS DAY IMPORTANT?
The day sends an important message to pupils that they should be
allowed to be themselves free from bullying and helps us celebrate
Anti-Bullying Week in a fun and positive way.