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In the event of any adverse weather conditions, school may need to introduce cold weather measures for the safety of all.
‘At Newton-le-Willows Primary we aim to provide a stimulating, caring environment.’
Our school works with pupils and parents in order to raise standards of achievement and to enable each child to become a valuable member of the community.
Newton-le-Willows Primary School Rules
At Newton we have 5 Golden Rules throughout the school. In addition to this the children have agreed rules within their class which cover high expectations of behaviour and conduct.
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Every child and adult at Newton-le-Willows Primary is as important as the next. By working together we are all able to help each other and produce the best environment possible for each child’s learning experiences to be as successful as possible. Our main concern is to make the school, in every sense a valued community where all parents, pupils and staff are working together for the good of each other.
The school is fortunate in having a professional, dedicated and caring staff which recognises the importance of parents as the first and best educators of their children.
We hope you enjoy viewing our school website and become a regular visitor in the future.
Kathryn Wain-Mahoney - Headteacher
information about the school
The school is a Community Primary School for boys and girls in the age range of 4-11 years. There is also a Nursery for children between the age of 3 and 4 years who attend for a two and a half hour session in either the morning or the afternoon.
opened in 1940 and until recent times comprised of two schools, i.e. an
infant school and a junior school. Approximately 17 years ago the two
schools merged into one and became Newton-le-Willows Primary School. In
the past the school has often been known as ‘the Park School’
because of its proximity next to the Mesnes Park in Newton.
If you would like to contact us, our address is:
Newton-le-Willows Primary School,
tel. 01744 678390
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Last Update 26/2/2015