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  • A virtual trip to the bookshop for Willow Tree Primary SchoolA virtual trip to the bookshop for Willow Tree Primary School

    Published 11/11/20

    Real life trips and visits might be off the cards for a while longer, but Willow Tree Primary School is determined to continue to raise the profile of reading for pleasure. Year 3 and Year 4 pupils were very lucky to receive an invite to ‘The Great Big Book Hullabaloo’ from the Little Ripon Bookshop.

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  • Year 3 & 4 pupils tackle track and field at inter-school athletics event.

    Published 26/01/20

    A group of Year 3 and 4 pupils recently had chance to test some new skills when they competed in an inter-school’s athletics competition at Rossett High School. Across a range of tracks and field events, the children did a fantastic job of working as a team and their positive attitude generated great support for their teammates ensuring all those involved had a fantastic time.

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  • Well known children’s poet inspires Year 5 and 6.

    Published 07/12/19

    During November, Year 5 and 6 pupils had the pleasure of attending poetry workshops delivered by one of the school’s very talented teaching assistants, Sue Hardy-Dawson.

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  • Award winning author pays a visit to Willow Tree Primary School

    Published 06/11/19

    On Tuesday 5th November, award-winning author Andy Stanton, writer of the Mr Gum books, visited pupils in years 3 and 4 to speak to the children about his new book: 'Paninis of Pompeii'. 

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  • Bugsy Malone performance heralds the end of an era for Year 6 Pupils.

    Published 19/07/19

    Our Year 6 pupils put on a performance that the audience will never forget as part of their momentous end of primary school celebrations. On Tuesday 16th July they performed their own version of the 1970’s gangster spoof classic, Bugsy Malone.

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  • Willow Tree Primary School represents Yorkshire at the Children’s Book Awards.

    Published 24/06/19

    In June, four lucky children had the amazing opportunity to represent the Harrogate Book Group at the Children’s Book Awards, the only national book award based solely on votes from children.

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