Monday 24th April: Woodlea Marathon
No Forest School for Years 1 & 4 this week
Cricket starts on Wednesday for Years 3 & 4
Friday 28th April: FOWS Quiz Night - Teams of up to 6 adults, doors open at 7pm, quiz starts at 7.30pm. £5 per person to include a fish supper - bar will be open for refreshments.
The Summer 1 deadline is Friday 28th April - copy out your favourite poem in your best handwriting!
The winners of the Spring Competition are:
Year R: Ella & Oliver B.
KS1: Aaron Year 1
KS2: Ellie Year 5
Please click here to find out more information regarding Ms Dobson's half termly Writing Award for pupils.
The spring term update to the School Improvement Plan has been added to our 'School Improvement' page.
Ms Dobson's Author of the Term & Recommended Reads have been updated.
New Clubs letter is on 'Our School Day' page.
Some policies have been updated on the 'Woodlea Policies & Documentation' page.
Ms Dobson's Recommended Reads have been updated for the Summer 1 Term.
The Spring 2 Curriculum Newsletters have been added to the 'Curriculum Overview' page.
Check the 'Class Blogs' page to see when classes have added/updated their blogs.
WELCOME TO WOODLEA PRIMARY SCHOOL
On behalf of the children, staff and Governors, we would like to welcome you to Woodlea Primary School, where Visitors often comment on the warm, friendly reception they receive from both the children and staff.
The school is a unique, award winning building set in beautiful woodland grounds. We provide a secure and nurturing environment where children are given stimulating and creative learning opportunities and where, most importantly of all, they are happy.
We have high expectations of all of our pupils and we are thrilled that the children are so proud of their school and its surroundings.
We passionately believe that school should be an engaging place where children feel confident as learners, can show their individuality and achieve well socially as well as academically. When children leave Woodlea, we hope that the experiences and encouragement we have provided will allow them to move on to the next step in their lives, confident and independent, with tolerance and respect.
We have a real desire to continually improve; We encourage parents and carers to become involved in the development of their children and we have an open door policy should you wish to discuss any issues or concerns you may have.
Ms Marcella Dobson, Headteacher