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New school website coming…

We are in the process of building a brand new, very exciting and up-to-date school website! We want to know what you’d like to see on our website…please complete our survey by logging into https://lemongrassmedia.co.uk/woodhall-school-questionnaire Thanks for your patience – we will let you know when the new site will be launched!

SCHOOL CLOSURE

Woodhall School is closed today (11.12.17) due to adverse weather conditions. Please check your phones as we will update you by text. Thanks.

EASTER EVENTS AT WOODHALL…

Tuesday 28th March at 2pm and 6pm: Year 4 & Year 4 play ‘The Musicians of Bremen’; Nursery and Reception’s Easter bonnets’ parade at 9.15am. Wednesday 29th March: Year 1-Year 6 Easter bonnets’ parade…a winner and runner-up will be chosen from each class! We will also be holding our attendance celebration in the  morning. Thursday […]

Friends of Woodhall

Thanks to our Friends of Woodhall, who visited us during an assembly last week to tell the children about their ‘Design a Logo’ competition. The next Friends of Woodhall meeting will be on Thursday 9th March at 2.30pm – all welcome.

NSPCC Sponsored Event…

Last week, the children took NSPCC sponsorship forms home in preparation for this Thursday’s PARALYMPIC CHALLENGE, where we will all be taking part in various Paralympic events organised by Year 5 as part of their Skillforce award. Don’t forget your PE kits!

There’s Wally!

Thanks to our brilliant parents/carers who made sure that the children looked fantastic on World Book Day last Thursday! The children had a great day and all went home with their World Book Day tokens. We will look out for our photograph in the Watford Observer!

Friends of Woodhall

Next meeting is on Thursday 9th February, 2.30pm at school. All welcome! Come and join this brilliant group of parents and carers planning their next fundraising event.

Attendance Winners!

Last week’s winning class were Year 1, with a brilliant 97.3% attendance. Well done Year 1! Only a week left for one class to win an extra playtime. Why not add your ideas for an attendance reward to our school blog?

Show Racism the Red Card!

Year 5 and Year 6 have been taking part in a very important workshop today; a nationwide initiative called ‘Show Racism the Red Card’, which uses football as a basis to educate against racism. Have a look at their website, www.srtrc.org, and watch out for photos of the day on our school blog.