Children in Need day is on 22nd November..Dress down day is on 30th November for bottle donations.
I am delighted to welcome you to Woodbank Primary School’s website.
Woodbank School is a happy and friendly school, the staff and governors work together to provide a safe, caring and stimulating learning environment. The curriculum that we provide is fun and exciting and meets the needs of all of our children. We want to inspire the children of Woodbank and develop a love of lifelong learning. Our main aims are to develop the children’s confidence and self-esteem as well as raising standards of attainment and achievement.
At Woodbank we want to achieve the very best for your child by ensuring there is a close partnership between home and school. I hope that you will take full advantage of the many chances we offer to share in your child’s education and be an active part of our school community.
If you require any more information or simply wish to come and visit us please do not hesitate to contact school, we will be more than happy to help.
Mrs K Macadam
Can you help Woodbank?
Buy your school uniform from Tesco and a 5% donation goes to Woodbank
Online Shopping? Buying from Amazon? Booking a holiday? Tackling the garden?
Use Schoolangel and raise money for our school too
Investors in People
Our school has recently
been accredited with the Investors in People
Award- we went straight in at Silver Level, which
was a great achievement. Thanks must go to Mr
Taylor for leading us through the process. We are
very proud of the award.
News and Information
Click links below for:
Nut Free School
Some children in our school can have a severe allergic reaction to peanuts/nuts. This allergic reaction (anaphylactic shock) can occur through ingestion of peanut/nut products, cross contamination and breathing peanuts in the air. Since this condition can be life threatening, we are asking for your help in minimising the risk to this child by:
Avoiding giving children peanuts in school lunches
Avoiding giving peanut butter sandwiches, other spreads containing nuts such as Nutella and snacks/bars containing nuts or labelled “may contain nut traces” in school lunches
Asking children not to share their lunches.
School Holiday Lists
Children in Need Day
Children in Need day is on 22nd November - More details to follow
Dress Down Day
Dress down day is on 30th November for bottle donations
Beavers and Scouts at Woodbank
Brandlesholme scouts commences on 8th November at Woodbank! Come and learn more about Cubs and Beaver sessions and how you can help!
All Saints Messy Church
Messy Church is every 1st Sunday of the month from 10am (click here for details)
As a community school the local authority decide our admission arrangements. Please contact the local authority or click on the admissions link for more information.
"Woodbank is a GOOD school"
"The new curriculum is having a positive effect on pupils' personal development as well as their good academic progress"
Ofsted April 2016
Bury Times Articles
Head Boy and Head Girl
Head Boy: "Woodbank is it's own community which goes out of its way to make sure everyone is involved and feels part of the school. Our school has many activities to participate in so that children can be more active. The lessons are always interesting and the teachers also help you to reach your goals."
Head Girl: "Our school has great pupils and teachers and the atmosphere is amazing. I am very honoured to be Head Girl and hope to be able to help our school climb even higher on the hill of success. Since nursery, the school has helped me learn in fun ways from school trips to all the different learning games and the pupils in this school are always respectful to those around them. These points are just some of the reasons that make our school amazing"