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MAT Consultation

You will probably have heard that many schools in Hull and across the country are converting to academies and are now forming multi-academy trusts meaning they are no longer part of the local authority.

Our school would now like to join with a group of other similar, like-minded schools in the city to form a trust called Humber Education Trust (HET).

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Welcome to Woodland Primary School

Woodland Primary School first opened it’s doors as a new school on 13th April 2016.  It is a smaller than average primary school with around 180 children.  The school was previously known as Foredyke Primary school, but had a new school built under the Priority School Building Programme, and took the opportunity of the new school to have a rebrand.

Our school is proud of its developing links with the community and the school’s open door policy. We welcome all parents and visitors to our school. We are very keen to engage with all members of our school community and pride ourselves on our positive relationships. Our children are at the heart of everything we do.

Our main aim is to provide all our pupils with a broad, balanced, well planned curriculum, developing the whole child through a range of interesting and exciting activities. Pupils will have access to a rich variety of first hand experiences and the opportunities to participate in many short and extended visits.

It is our mission to ensure that every child who attends Woodland Primary School has a very exciting childhood and leaves our school with many happy memories of their wonderful experiences at primary school.

I do hope you find our website useful.
Mrs Bradley

School News

Harvest Festival

Thank you to all of the parents, carers and staff who donated produce for our Harvest Festival last Thursday.  All of our classes performed a rhyme, poem or song and we enjoyed singing the Harvest [...]

Author Visit

Thank you to the Hull Library Service for organising our visit from the author and illustrator Shoo Rayner this week.  The Y3, 4 and 5 children were inspired by his talk on what it's like [...]

Morris Minors 

We welcomed back our friends the Morris Minors last week to teach Y2-Y6 some new Morris Dances.  The children were all really enthusiastic and worked really hard to learn their class dance.  It was great [...]

A Song for Hull – Poetry Competition

The winner of The Song for Hull poetry competition visited Hull Royal Infirmary recently.  Sophie Drinkall in Year 6 got to choose a member of hospital staff who would read and record the poem for [...]

School Twitter Feed

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Upcoming Events

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