Template:Infobox UK school Willowfield School is a four form entry, mixed gender secondary school in Walthamstow, East London with 600 students on roll. It is a neighbourhood 11-16 comprehensive school that admits 120 girls and boys to Year 7 each year. The school has been granted specialist Humanities College status, so it is also commonly referred to as Willowfield Humanities College. The current acting headteacher is John Hemingway, who has temporarily been given the role after the departure of his predecessor Eve Wilson, who recently retired after 15 years with the school. The school has four areas, the North Wing, East Wing, South Wing and West Wing. The school's motto is 'Focusing on Learning and Celebrating Achievement' which reflects on the importance of rewarding students for good work. In 2009, the DCSF recognised the school as one of the top 200 most improved schools in the UK.
- A Holder of the ArtsMark Silver Award – for the quality of the opportunities offered in music, drama, art and dance.
- A Holder of the Healthy Schools Award – for the work we do in encouraging students to adopt healthy lifestyles.
Building Schools for the Future
Willowfield was due to have a new school built by 2013 but the current government cut funding for secondary schools across the country and the construction never began, although land was purchased.In a recent court case with the education secretary, Waltham Forest and five other boroughs won a case to be re-granted money to fund the BSF programme.  The site was originally planned to be built near Blackhorse Lane (approximately 0.5 miles away from the current site). It was part of a scheme devised by Waltham Forest Council called 'Building Schools for the Future'.
Willowfield School is one of many in the country to take part in the BBC's 'School Report', in which pupils showcase their English & Drama talents by reporting for the BBC.
Report 1 - Link (See 10:48 - Pick of the Papers )
Report 2 - Link (See 15:04 - Working through Lunch )
Fitz Hall - Defender currently playing for Queens Park Rangers.
- Official Site - http://www.willowfield-school.net/
- Bouygues Project Site - http://www.bouygues-projects.co.uk/willowfield-humanities-college