Neston Road, Willaston, Neston, Cheshire, CH64 2TN  ​•  T: 0151 338 2421  ​•  F: 0151 327 8244
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Willaston Church of England Primary School

School Details

Willaston CE Primary School provides quality education for infant and junior children from age 4 to 11 years. The school was originally opened in September, 1932, we currently have 211 pupils on roll.

We have seven single year classes and teaching assistants who also work effectively alongside the class teachers to support all children’s learning. In addition we have a school learning mentor who provides additional support for children and their parents.

We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which gives varied opportunities to develop a wide range of personal skills, knowledge and understanding through a programme of work structured to match children’s abilities and aptitudes.
Our school is determined to provide children with the tools to enable them to embrace the technology available in our ever changing world.

The curriculum is delivered through a themed approach, promoting excitement and enthusiasm for learning. Our Year 2 children work with a singing teacher, our Year 3 children enjoy a term of Samba Drumming, our Year 4 children learn to play the Ukulele. Our Year 5 children each learn a brass instrument and study Shakespeare annually culminating in a performance at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. Children in all year groups participate every year in a wide range of enrichment events from across the curriculum hosted by Chester University, Neston High School and other local providers. All children from years 3 - 6 are currently learning Spanish. PE is delivered to all classes by a fully qualified PE teacher from S4YC. Children in years 3-6 take part in swimming lessons at Neston Recreation Centre. We have a specialist Art Teacher who works with a number of classes in school.

We value all areas of the curriculum and aim to provide children with the highest quality learning experiences which include outdoor learning. All children at Willaston CE Primary School experience Forest School education on a fortnightly basis, view our photographs and details on the web site, to give you a flavour of this experience.

We are an inclusive school and support all children to reach their potential. The Local Offer for children with Special Educational Needs may be viewed by clicking on the link. In our school, we offer support for all children with Special Educational Needs and their families. Our SEN Policy and Inclusion Policy can be viewed in the policies section of the website. More information regarding SEN admissions can be found by following the link to the Local Authority Admissions Team.
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s (CWP) nationally recognised Child and Adolescent Mental Health website MyMind has been refreshed and relaunched! Visit  MyMind is a dedicated website for young people across Cheshire and Wirral experiencing mental health difficulties. 

Safeguarding and E-Safety

Operation Encompass enables us to receive important information regarding pupils in school who have been involved in or  witnessed a domestic incident. This knowledge, given to schools through Operation Encompass, allows the provision of immediate early intervention through ‘overt' or 'silent support’, depending upon the needs and wishes of the child. We believe that this kind of early intervention is every child’s right. Please click on the link or logo for more information.

Safeguard and keep your child safe on-line. 

Parent Info is a collaboration between Parent Zone, which has been providing information and support to parents for a decade, and CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection command of the National Crime Agency. Together they provide excellent advice and resources to help children and parents stay safe on-line. Digital Parenting magazine is the internet safety guide for families, and is a partnership between Parent Zone and Vodafone. The sixth edition of Vodafone Digital Parenting magazine is attached for your information. Please click on the link to view.

Is your child using online social media sites such as Instagram or Snapchat? If so, then you may wish to visit You can also keep your child safe online by encouraging them to visit This a child friendly site which teaches your child how to keep themselves safe through fun, age appropriate games and cartoons. 

Please find attached some helpful and important information regarding E-safety both at home and in school, to tie in with this year's Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 6th February.

Safeguarding Information regarding Apps from  the Safer Schools and Young People Partnership. 

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