School Mission Statement
Woodfield Primary is a school where every child is a valued individual, where everyone aims high and where lifelong learning is prioritised and promoted.
We are committed to inspire, support and encourage all children to be confident, independent learners equipped for the future, take pride in what they do, persevere and achieve their full potential.
We enable Woodfield children to respect themselves and others and become responsible members of the wider community.
In partnership with parents and the community, Woodfield Primary will work together to provide whatever it takes to ensure that we “Learn today for success tomorrow.”
Sports, Outstanding Achievement, Governor and Headteacher Awards.
Prize Giving Awards
Congratulations to the learners that have been showing the core values throughout the year - Kyle Radcliffe (F), Georgie Allen (Yr1), Rylie Lewendon (Yr2), Ebony Campbell (Yr3), Ruby Pope (Yr5) and Olivia Giles (Yr6).
Congratulations to the regular reader throughout the year - Riley Lawson (F), Clayton Todd (Yr1), Ava Redgrave (Yr2), Owen Griffiths (Yr3), Aaron Butterworth (Yr4), Jazmin Ahmed (Yr5) and Maddie Hercus (Yr6).
Congratulations to Amelia Howard (Yr6) for achieving the Outstanding Achievement Award.
Congratulations to Cameron Carpenter (Yr6) for achieving the Woodfield Sports Personality of the Year Award.
Congratulations to Emily Land (Yr5) for achieving the Headteachers Award.
Congratulations to Kacey Wilkinson (Yr6) for achieving the Governors Award.
The focus value for the month of July and August are...
This week's Words of the Week are
Carbohydrates, Enzymes and Nutrients.
Can you be a Word Wizard and investigate what they mean and use them in class and at home?