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Annual Book Fair02Feb2015

09:00 am - 05 feb, 09:30 am @ School Hall

Super Cyber Show for Y5 & 609Feb2015

13:00 pm - 15:00 pm @ School Hall

Y6 Parents meeting re Northumberland09Feb2015

18:00 pm - 19:30 pm @ School Hall

Safer Internet Day10Feb2015

Parents Meeting re Safer Internet Day10Feb2015

18:00 pm - 19:00 pm

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There is NO swimming tomorrow, 29th Jan, for Y3 & 4. Thank you.  There is NO swimming tomorrow, 29th Jan, for Y3 & 4. Thank you.   There is NO swimming tomorrow, 29th Jan, for Y3 & 4. Thank you

 

 

Welcome

Thank you for visiting our school’s website. We hope it gives you a ‘flavour’ of what a special place Woodlesford Primary School is.

We are an exciting and vibrant school that is very much at the heart of Woodlesford, a village situated to the south-east of Leeds in West Yorkshire. We take children into our nursery from the age of three and watch them grow, learn and mature until the summer of their eleventh year when we bid them a fond farewell as they transfer to one of several local high schools.
Our children benefit from many additional aspects to the school, such as our wonderful school garden where the children are able to grow their own produce, an adventure area and expansive school grounds, an IT suite as well tablet computers, residential visits in years four, five and six and numerous after-school clubs run by teachers.
As you explore our pages you will find information, photographs and documents telling you about our school. The aim is to give you a broad picture of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils. There is also information from external sources, such as our most recent Ofsted Report, which you can open or download at the click of a button.
There are currently around 470 children in the school, which allows for a lively learning environment where children of all ages are encouraged to play with each other, share their work with each other, and be respectful and mindful of each other’s feelings at all times.

Please feel free to contact the school direct (details below) with any queries you may have.

R Scott – Headteacher