Welcome to Woodhall Primary School! This prospectus is intended to provide information for parents whose children attend Woodhall. We hope you find it useful.
Woodhall Primary School is a Hertfordshire County Council community primary school, with children aged from 3 to 11 years of age. The school is part of the South West Herts Partnership of Schools, part of the South Oxhey Consortium of Schools which includes the South Oxhey Children’s Centre and the Sports Partnership network.
There is one class in each age group, from Reception to Year 6 with a Nursery class each morning. The school continues to support children, who are finding the more formal curriculum of Key Stage 1 a challenge, through the afternoon “Acorn Group” which follows the basic principles of the National Nurture Network.
At Woodhall School we encourage every member of the school to,
‘Aim high…Reach for the sky!’
We endeavour to develop skills for life-long learning and provide both creative and meaningful learning opportunities to enable every member of the school community to achieve their potential.
The staff and governors aim to maintain an environment in which all children are encouraged to achieve their very best as they develop academically and socially.
Woodhall School is a very caring and happy school where every child and family matters.
We recognise the value of the support and commitment of parents and carers as an essential element in a child’s education. We know that parents/carers taking an active interest in a child’s learning is one of the best ways to help a child succeed both at school and in life in general. We actively welcome our parents and carers through: Family Learning opportunities, class assemblies, Open Classrooms, volunteering to hear readers and in helping to run the Woodhall University activities which take place on Friday afternoons.
On behalf of the staff and governors of Woodhall School, I would like to continue to develop our partnership with you and if your family is ‘new’ to Woodhall I look forward to welcoming you into our school community.