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Welcome to our website
On behalf of all at Woodhouse Primary School, may I offer you and your child (ren) a very warm welcome.
We hope that you will find the information contained on this website both helpful and informative. It is constantly being updated so do visit us again soon!
At Woodhouse, we believe in partnership between home and school. This aim is reflected in our school motto "Achieving Success Together". By working together, we can ensure that each child feels happy and secure, whilst having every opportunity to reach their own individual potential. In our school, every aspect of the curriculum is valued and explored in order to develop the children's knowledge and understanding of the world around them, providing them with the emotional and practical skills they need.
Visits from parents and prospective children are most welcome and should be arranged through the school administrator. Parents of reception age children are invited to an open afternoon in December. At this meeting, Year 6 pupils will provide a guided tour of the school. There is also an opportunity for an informal chat with staff, parents and governors.
Arrangements for pupils transferring to the school include the option of time in class before enrolment.
We believe Woodhouse Primary School is a school that the whole community can be proud of. We look forward to receiving your child(ren) into school.
Mrs. Lynn Daveney
Woodhouse Primary School
It is wonderful to look back and see the progress our daughter has made since starting school this year. She has grown in confidence, not only in school but in different parts of her life.”
Our Values & Ethos
At Woodhouse Primary School we aim to provide a welcoming, safe and caring environment where everybody is encouraged to become a successful, resilient and confident learners. We have high expectations and work collaboratively enabling our pupils to have a good understanding of the world in which they are growing up. We encourage our pupils to think for themselves and respect others, thus enabling them to build on their growing knowledge and be responsible, self-assured citizens.
Each half term, the curriculum focus links to one of the six school aims: Be United, Be Creative, Be Bold, Be Safe, Be Healthy and Be Caring.
Ofsted ReportsOfsted Report
KS2 (end of primary school) Results 2019
Thank you for considering Woodhouse as a school for your child. The prospectus below is written by the Staff and the Governing Body for parents and prospective parents and we hope that it will provide you with the information which you require. We recommend that you also view the latest Ofsted Report above and the School Performance Tables.
Visits from parents are most welcome and should be arranged through the School Administrator. Prospective parents of reception age children are invited to a meeting with the Head and Chair of Governors in November. At this meeting, Year 6 pupils will provide a guided tour of the school for each family and the Parents, Teachers and Friends Association (PTFA) will serve refreshments. There is also an opportunity for informal chat amongst staff, parents and governors.
The school operates Calderdale's Primary Admission Policy, which can be found at the end of the prospectus and in our Policies Section. Parents of new intake reception children receive an offer of a place from the school around April and are invited to an Induction Evening in May. The children and parents visit the school in June and July and spend some time with their class teacher during these visits.School Prospectus Foundation Stage Handbook School Development Plan 2019-20 Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy 2019-2020 Child Protection Procedures 2019 - 2020 Admission Criteria 2019 Addendum Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy April 2020
Our School Day
School Sessions Reception Infants Juniors
Morning session 8.55 – 11.55 8.55 – 12.10 8.55 – 12.25
Afternoon session 1.00 – 3.10 1.15 - 3.10 1.15 - 3.15
The morning bell rings at 8.50am and children move to their class lines so that a safe entry can be made into school. All pupils are expected to be in class and ready to start work by 8.55am. Children can come into the playground from 8.40am but prior to this children are still under parental responsibility as there are no staff on duty.
Headteacher: Mrs Lynn Daveney
Deputy Headteacher: Mrs Anne Crane
|Mrs S Rothwell||Miss H Mason||Mrs K Ollerenshaw|
|Mrs K Hirst||Miss R Vine||Miss S Fiddler|
|Miss M Stephenson||Miss L Tingle||Mrs B Haigh|
|Mrs S Shaw||Mr N Freeman||Mr A Bale|
|Miss A Scott||Mrs L Cripwell||Miss V Walker|
|Mrs S Gooseman||Mrs S Smaldon||Mrs A Crane|
|Miss L Hepworth||Mrs R Hodgson||Miss B Heneghan|
|Mrs G Sutcliffe||
Mrs G Walsh
|Miss J Wilson|
Administration / Site Staff
|Miss D Cooper||Mrs S Knowles||Mrs C Dooley|
|Mr A Houson||Mr S Robinson||Mrs J Brook|
|Miss F Woodrow||Ms S Wood|
|Mrs J Sutcliffe||Mrs T Brook||Mrs A Bush|
|Mrs A Caine||Mrs G Craig||Mrs T Coghill|
|Mr L Gething||Mrs K Harrison||Mrs B Imtiaz|
|Mrs T Leebetter||Mrs H Dent|
|Mr I Wilson||Mrs J Midgley||Miss J Holdsworth|
|Mrs R Ormerod||Mrs L Thorpe||Mr B Lennon|
|Mrs L White|
Governance at Woodhouse Primary School Sept 2019