At Woodsetton we are very proud of our school.
We cater for primary aged children with a range of communication and learning difficulties and we expect the highest professional standards from everyone who works here including students and volunteers. Our Governors play an active role in ensuring that this is upheld, offering support and challenge when needed.
A culture of safeguarding is embedded throughout our school and all staff are appropriately trained to ensure that they are best placed to report any concerns. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility.
We place the child at the centre of what we offer, utilising individual EHC plans to structure our provision and support the holistic needs of our children. Working in partnership with families and other agencies is crucial to our success.
Within school we provide a stimulating environment which is nurturing and safe and we offer an exciting curriculum that provides a variety of experiences both in-house and within the local community. We ensure that our curriculum is personalised to cater for the needs of all, whatever their interests or ability. Engagement in learning is the key!
When our Year 6 children leave our care, they are more confident and ready to take on the challenges that face them at secondary school. We take great pride in our transition work to ensure that each young person continues to progress and learn following their time at Woodsetton.
We hope that you will find all of the information you are looking for during your visit to our website. However, please feel free to call school if there is anything we can further help you with.
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What do you enjoy at school?
“I enjoy book club, playing the violin and singing.”
What activities do you do in P.E?
"I like dancing with Angela. I throw and catch the balls. I walk on the benches in gym".
What is your favourite lesson?
"I like English and writing. I like telling stories and reading books. I like Peppa Pig. I read them on my pink iPad at home".
What do you do at lunch time?
"I like running on the playground. I like going down the slide. I play lots of games".
Tell me about the school council
“We have meetings with Miss Lowe.”
“We go to the Lilac room – it is very posh in there.”
“We talk about what we want at school.”
“We like toys for the playground.”
“ We want to go on lots of class visits.”
“ We have to ask Mr Rhind-Tutt and Mrs Beer if we can have the things we would like.”