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

Our Community

 

Church

School enjoys being part of the local community, and in this respect participates in many activities, including fund raising for a varied range of charities. In many instances, charities have been linked to members of the school community who have been helped by these organisations. In addition to fund raising, pupils contribute in many other ways to community life. There are many instances where the school and local community come together. Everyone in school enjoys being a part of community life, and it is an involvement that benefits everyone. We are a Church of England School and have very close links with Christ Church, Willaston, and Reverend Stephen Bazely.

Church Services

Sunday Services at Christ Church

We also want to let you know that at the moment you can join us:

  • 9am in person for Holy Communion service

  • 10am on Zoom for Morning Prayer

  • 11am for a Social time on Zoom

If you would like more details please email cc.willaston@gmail.com or visit Christchurchwillaston.com

Church at home
Here are some great activities to do, the kind of thing we would do at Cafe Church.

The Church building is open for private prayer. If you would like to come and pray in the church building, then it will be open on Tuesdays 1pm – 3pm and Saturday 10am – 12pm.

    

Help To Make The Path Accessible
For much of the year the footpath from Elm Road towards School is flooded, especially during the winter months. This makes it unusable and often forces children and families onto the main road. The Council will raise 20 meters of the pathway by 20cm and put a drainage pipe underneath for at a cost of £2846. Myles Hogg will put up half the amount from his budget and the WR&CS committee are encouraging village organisations to invite people to donate towards the project.

So Christ Church Willaston is collecting donations which will be passed on when the money is required. If you would like to help you can donate using the details below.

Name: Parochial Church Council of Christ Church Willaston
Sort code 40-34-06
Account 60649155
Reference: PathGift

God bless, Rev Bazely 


Willaston Methodist Chapel praise God every Sunday at 10.45 am and you are very welcome to join in.
They also run the 
Create Christian After-School Club on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 3.30 pm - 5.00 pm. Intended for children from 5-11 years, but siblings also welcome. Children must be accompanied. See flyer below for more details.
Activities; snack, story, songs, prayers, arts and crafts
Mainly for ages 5 - 11 years but siblings also welcome. Children must be accompanied by a parent, grandparent or carer.
Bring a friend!
No charge!
Contact; Chris 0151 327 5392

Charity/Fundraising

We are delighted to share our Children In Need Wirral Choir Performance, we raised a fantastic £1886.73! Our children sang really well and we are very proud of them for taking part. Congratulations! We are very proud of you! 

We donate food to Chester and Ellesmere Port Foodbank throughout the year on a weekly basis and annually for Harvest.  Please find attached 'thank you' from West Cheshire Foodbank informing us that during 2019 we collected 60.82 kilograms of food, and their latest newsletter. 

We are delighted to be involved with 'Be a Santa to a Senior' this year. Along with Christ Church Willaston, instead of the shoebox appeal, which we have supported for many years. The children will 'be a Santa to a Senior' and donate a gift to some elderly people in our area this Christmas.

The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal
 we raised a £123.54! Thank you so much for all your donations and for supporting The Poppy Appeal Again this year.

£368.91 was very kindly donated to NSPCC following our Infant Nativity Performances.  

Rag-Bag help recycle textiles and clothing that may have ended up going to landfill and help provide good quality clothing to some of the poorest developing nations in the world.  We participate in the Rag Bag collections with an internal recycling bank which is located in the Junior locker room, or drop items at school office. Please ensure donated items are bagged. 
We can accept the following items: 
Wearable clothing, paired shoes, handbags and belts. 
We cannot accept the following items: Workwear, uniforms, wet/soiled clothes, curtains, towels, duvets or duvet covers, pillows or pillow cases, blankets, table cloths, linens, cushions, carpets, suitcases, books, bric a brac, clothes hangers, electricals.

Our children are keen to support conservation and offer their support to Chester Zoo, by adopting 4 animals from the zoo which each represent a mascot for our house teams. 

  • Windmill - Giraffe
  • Christchurch - Red Panda
  • Hadlow - Meerkat
  • Johnson - Penguin

Community

Please see attached Parking Charter designed by our Road Safety Officers, School Council and House Captain responsible for Health and Safety who worked alongside Sharon Marshall, LA Localities Officer. Children are concerned about being kept safe.

We have set up our very own Willaston CE Primary School Weather Station! This is a great opportunity for children to engage in real life activities/opportunities such as data handling in computing and maths as well as establishing links to many other areas of the curriculum (geography, English, outdoor learning etc…). It also really develops children’s vocabulary in geography; using language such as dew point and solar radiation. You will also be able to see other local weather stations and can make links to weather locally, nationally or internationally!

We set up Rotakids with The Rotary Club of Willaston and South Wirral 
which is a program aimed to build self esteem, develop leadership qualities and introduce young people to service through Rotary. 
They meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Nags Head, Hooton Road, Willaston. Come along and test the water!               

Choir Community Performances. Willaston School Choir and some accompanying musicians are invited annually to perform for The Mothers’ Union and The Monday Club

Children who are interested in joining a football club could consider joining Willaston Wolves Football ClubContact Jerry Hopkins (07714 071 552, jerry@hopkinsandball.com). 

S4YC hold a weekly Parent and Toddler Group every Friday morning during term time, from 9.00- 10.20 am in Willaston CE Primary School hall. All families are welcome, and this is a great opportunity to meet other families from our school and community.

Willaston Residents' and Countryside Society have lots of information on their website regarding village events, organisations, planning and the village in general. The minutes of the last meeting and a short summary are now available on their website. Our school was involved in contributing to Willaston Community Plan, where the views of our children were put forward to our local authority for consideration. We held a non-uniform day on behalf of the play area appeal and raised £242.10 (see thank you letter attached).CWAC has been awarded grants to support recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. They have launched a ‘Walk, Ride, Thrive’ campaign and want to hear views and suggestions from residents on how walking and cycling improvements can be made in local areas. If you have ideas in the Willaston area, please let them know so that they can respond on behalf of WR&CS. You can also send in suggestions via an on-line tool which has an interactive map and survey to fill in: https://participatenow.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/your-views-on-cycling-and-walking-investment.

Willaston Tennis Club celebrated the 25th Anniversary of this friendly club and recently joined the LTA (Lawn Tennis Association). New members are always welcome. Contact; Julie 0151 327 4512 or Janet 0151 327 4168 / willastontennis@btinternet.com / Facebook-Willaston Tennis Club. Willaston Tennis Club have agreed for Berin Ames from Ace Tennis Academy to run Children's Tennis Holiday Courses 11-14 & 17-20 August at the Club for children from School Year 1-6. https://clubspark.lta.org.uk/AceTennisChester/Coaching/Camps

Would you like to join or help our Village Rainbows and Brownies ? If so, please read attached flyer for more information.

Ellesmere Port Youth Neball flyer. Children from Years 1 - 6 are invited to Monday night netball training.

Little Actors Theatre Company are based in Neston and provide community based, performing arts activities for children and young people. See attachment below for lockdown weekly schedule and application form.

Neston Recreation Centre
 offers a vast range of sporting opportunities and Holiday Fun for our local community. 

PAN-disability football sessions with Chester FC for children aged 7-16 and information regarding BBC Super Movers scheme.

Police PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) contact information. Please see information below regarding contact details for our local PCSO Sarah Duffy. You may have seen PCSO Duffy out and about in our community and at home-time, she is also in school regularly delivering workshops for our children.

Wirral Rugby Club sessions are on Sunday mornings and are aimed at all children in the school, from Reception to Year 6 (4+ to 12+). Rugby is a great way to keep children active and healthy, they make new friends and learn core values such as Respect, Discipline, Sportsmanship and Teamwork, all whilst having fun. The club offers 4 free trial sessions before any commitment is required, contact for more details.


 


Wirral Rugby Contact List, Sept 2020.JPG (JPG 164.3KB)
Wirral RUFC Flyer.JPG (JPG 301.7KB)
Little Actors Poster.JPG (JPG 161.3KB)
Lockdown weekly schedule - online June&July no link.pdf (PDF 565.7KB)
April-2020-PDF.pdf (PDF 1018.9KB)
4281-police-community-support-officer-info-pdf.pdf (PDF 527.5KB)
PAN.pdf (PDF 184.8KB)
WRCS thanks.pdf (PDF 27.3KB)
Foodbank Thank You Certificate, 2019.pdf (PDF 478.2KB)
Be a Santa to Senior.pdf (PDF 411.6KB)
Parking Charter.pdf (PDF 1025.3KB)
Willaston Wolves.pdf (PDF 253.8KB)
Can you help our village Rainbows and Brownies.pdf (PDF 189.8KB)
EPYNC Poster.pdf (PDF 156.7KB)
Pop_Up_Recipe_Booklet_Print_V1 - January 2016.pdf (PDF 1801.6KB)