Online Applications for Reception places close on 15th January. Please click here...Can you help our School?...Please see below...Click here to read our school newsletters...The Nativity is on 28th, 29th & 30th November at 2.15pm...Non-Uniform days for Christmas Fair donations are on 24th November and 1st December and 27th November for Tesco Food Share
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
Application for Reception September 2018
Non-Uniform days for Christmas Fair donations are on 24th November and 1st December and 27th November for Tesco Food Share
The Nativity is on 28th, 29th & 30th November at 2.15pm
The Christmas Fair is on Friday 8th December at 3.30pm - 5.30pm
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News and Information
Online safety remains a priority for children. Please ensure that you child is only able to access age appropriate materials. We are aware that some children have social media accounts such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter – guidelines for these sites have a 13 yr+ age recommendation so we would ask that parents reconsider their children’s access to these sites.
Schools have been made aware of some apps which may also be unsafe for children, these include myLOL, music.ly and live.ly. Theses apps encourage children to upload pictures and videos and may put them at risk.
Can you help Woodbank!
We are now part of the Co-op Community Fund and every time members shop at the Co-op, 1% of what they spend on selected own-brand products and services goes to us for the development of our outdoor reading area.
|Every time you shop at your local Tesco ask for a blue token and vote for our Outdoor Reading Area. Last time we were hugely successful and got £5000. Developing our outdoor reading area is a priority for us this year and your support would be much appreciated. Please tell all your family and friends to vote too!|
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"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
Head Boy and Head Girl
Head Boy: "Woodbank is it's own community which goes out of it's 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 limits."
Head Girl: "You can't ask for anything else from this school as it provides us with everything everyone could ask for. Here are some of the opportunities; respectful staff members, potential students, entertaining activities, fantastic equipment, fascinating trips, delicious lunches and overall it is just a great environment."