Who are we?
The Willows School
'Learning, Achieving, Succeeding'
The Willows School Academy Trust is a specialist primary school for children, who have a statement or EHCP for special educational needs or disability (SEND), predominantly behavioural, social and emotional. It is currently made up of 7 different classes - Elm, Maple, Ash, Chestnut, Pine, Oak and Beech - that support the pupils in different areas of their learning and development.
In addition to delivering a broad and balanced curriculum, we also offer services, such as play therapy, speech and language therapy and an educational psychologist to provide an in-depth assessment of pupils' learning needs.
At The Willows School Academy Trust, our motto is 'Learning, Achieving, Succeeding', and we work hard to ensure that our children, as well as making good progress with their learning, are able to build confidence, develop their social skills, improve behaviour and, when possible, return to mainstream school.
Like other schools, the Covid-19 pandemic had a profound impact on the school, with many children learning from home, which meant fewer children attending school. Throughout the pandemic, however, the school remained open for teaching and learning. Going into the 2021 – 2022 academic year, all staff are aware of the need for high quality, rich teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum that enables the children to catch up on lost learning in addition to giving them a love of learning as well.
For all SEND enquiries, please contact:
Paul Gregory-Hunt (SENCO) at The Willows Academy Trust
ph. 020 8841 7176