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Welcome to Woodcote Primary School and thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We hope that our website gives you a flavour of what our wonderful school has to offer, and you are welcome to visit to see the school in action and understand what we are all about. 

We are preparing our children for a journey of lifelong learning. We encourage confidence, curiosity and a positive attitude to learning so that we can equip the children with the right skills and qualities to help them to learn.

We are thrilled to have been awarded the Achievement for All Quality Mark status and be accredited as a Route to Resilience School.  The work that has gone into achieving these awards has impacted upon all of the children across the school. By working together with families, we have given more children positive experiences of school which has helped to develop confidence and well-being, as well as ensuring that the children have made progress in all areas of their learning. Being part of these programmes has helped us to prepare the children for life with a positive attitude towards learning.

We have a Special Educational Needs Resource Hub, Cherry Blossom House, attached to our school which supports up to ten children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. The Hub enables children to learn within a safe and secure environment, enabling access the mainstream curriculum where they are able to. The children within Cherry Blossom House have a high ratio of adults to children and carry out focused work towards their Education, Health and Care Plan outcomes. For more information about our Hub, please contact the school and we will happily answer any questions that you may have.

Every child is special and has their own skills that should be celebrated.

We will be updating the content of our website throughout the year, so please do come back and visit us regularly. You can also follow us on Twitter @woodcoteschool or visit our Facebook page ‘Woodcote Ashby’.

Mrs S. Jones

Headteacher