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    Meeting Prince William

  • Present-for-Prince-George

    A present for Prince George

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    Woodhall School's 60th year

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    A brightly painted wall to celebrate 60 years

  • 60th

    Happy 60th Birthday Woodhall!

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    Busy Little Fingers

  • Growing-Cress

    Growing cress

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    More Busy Little Fingers

  • Model-making

    Model Making

  • Making-Scarecrows

    Making Scarecrows

Latest News

HAPPY NEW YEAR! - Welcome back to school. Breakfast Club and soft start as usual, but Film Club will not begin until next week. Look out for next week's newsletter!
BACK TO NORMAL HOURS! - School will be open today for our soft start from 8.30am. Breakfast Club will run as usual. Performances today: EYFS play 9.15am, KS2 Carols at 2pm and 6pm. All children need to come into school via the main entrance again today as the playgrounds are still very icy. Thanks everyone.
We are open! - Woodhall will be open today but with a 10am start so that everyone can travel in safely. All children need to come in through our main gates today. Please be very careful on the slippery pavements. The EYFS Christmas play will start at 10.30am. This afternoon's performance of 'Prickly Hay', the Year 1 and Year 2 play, will go ahead. We will Continue Reading

 

Welcome to Woodhall School

Welcome to Woodhall School’s website

At Woodhall School we encourage every member of the school to

‘Aim high….Reach for the sky!’

We endeavour to develop skills for life-long learning and provide both creative and meaningful learning opportunities to enable every member of the school community to achieve their potential.

Our staff are dedicated and enthusiastic, keen to ensure that the children experience a positive, happy and fulfilling time.

We are proud of our warm and caring ethos.

Children are nurtured and taught to respect, value and co-operate with all members of our school community.

Woodhall is a special place in which all children are encouraged to achieve their very best as they develop academically and socially.

We recognise the value of the support and commitment of parents and carers as an essential element in a child’s education as we know from experience how much more successful we are when there is an effective partnership.

We welcome the opportunity to work with you and your family in our school community to fulfil our mutual goals.

Yours sincerely,ClickCEOP
Michelle Lake
Acting Headteacher

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