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Working together for a brighter future

Pupils in the playground at Willow Tree Primary School

Our School

Willow Tree: Working together for a brighter future.

Welcome to Willow Tree Primary School. As you can see we are have a wonderful school building filled with wonderful children and staff. We welcome children from the ages of three through to the age of eleven.

We believe that a desire for life long learning starts with a good experience at school. With this in mind we are dedicated to giving children positive learning experiences that promote learning.

We believe that parents play a significant role in supporting their children's development and that we have a role in supporting parents. We are at the centre of our community, working together for a brighter future.

Willow Tree is a two form entry primary school situated in the Langworthy area of Salford. Children are welcomed into our nursery the September after their third birthday and remain with us until they are eleven. There are currently sixty places in each year group with two teachers. We are also fortunate in having a dedicated support staff team including learning support assistants, learning mentors and a parent support officer.

Our Vision

Willow Tree opened as a new school in September 2011 to serve the communities of Langworthy, Seedley and Weaste. Our vision from day one has been to create a school that sits at the heart of its community where all children can flourish and families are welcomed. We are an inclusive school where everyone matters!

At the heart of our provision is a desire for all children to:

  • Be confident
  • Have hope
  • Have friends
  • Be inspired
  • Know right from wrong

We are working together for a brighter future.

School Ethos

Willow Tree values...

We aspire to develop happy confident learners who take responsibility for their own learning to enable them to reach their full potential by:

  • Striving to develop strong Maths and Literacy skills in all children in preparation for their future
  • Welcoming and celebrating diversity
  • Aiming to develop creative resilient learners who are not afraid to take a risk in developing themselves
  • Respect underpins all we say and do.