Welcome to Woodlesford Primary School.
I would like to warmly welcome you and your child to Woodlesford Primary School. We are a successful and happy school, with a strong reputation within our community for achieving high levels of academic success. This has recently been confirmed by Ofsted, May 2023. Woodlesford has a fun, happy and vibrant atmosphere where our children thrive in a supportive and collaborative environment.
We cater for children aged between 3 and 11, and have approximately 440 pupils on roll, with the majority of pupils coming from the village of Woodlesford. Our school is set in extensive, attractive grounds that provide our children a wonderful place to not only play but learn about the world around them.
Our main aim is to ensure that all our children are safe, happy and enjoy school. We always strive to provide the best possible education. We encourage our children to become confident lifelong, learners and to achieve high standards in everything they do. Children who leave Woodlesford are well rounded, motivated, knowledgeable, independent individuals prepared for an exciting future on their educational journey.
Working together as a partnership, both with yourselves and the wider community, is key to developing a successful and happy school and we hope that you will work with us to ensure the best possible education for your child. We firmly believe that we can achieve greater things by working in partnership.
I look forward to welcoming you and your child and would encourage you to come and visit us to find out more about what makes this school so special. For further insight into all the great things at Woodlesford Primary School, please do take a look at Twitter @MrSmithWPS
"Children are at the heart of everything" "Pupils are impeccably behaved"
Mr Andy Smith
We grow together, we learn together, we achieve together.
Acting Headteacher: Mr Andy Smith
SENDCo: Mrs Kirsty Wilkinson
Church Street, Leeds, LS26 8RD
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like a paper copy of any of our publications / letters please contact the school office 0113 3934416.