With God, growing the best places to learn together.
Recognising its historic foundation, Woodborough Wood’s Foundation Church of England (Aided) Primary School will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with St Swithun’s Church and Nottingham and Southwell diocese. The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. It encourages an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, and promotes Christian values through the experience it offers to all its pupils.
Woodborough Wood’s Foundation Church of England (Aided) Primary School will ensure every child achieves their best by knowing and valuing each child’s personal strengths and gifts. We will provide all our children with a creative, educational experience of the highest quality within our hope and trust in Christian faith, values and beliefs. We believe in serving the children, parents, carers and community as a committed, harmonious, caring team. We strive to provide an exciting, challenging, broad and balanced curriculum. We nurture each child so they leave our school with a wonder of the world, their understanding deepened and their minds enriched, so that they love learning and embrace the challenges of the future.
To fulfil our vision we have the following aims:
To encourage everybody in the school to learn effectively, to listen to others and to celebrate achievements in an atmosphere of security, honesty and humility.
Provide a happy, caring and calm school that promotes a family atmosphere.
Deliver a challenging, creative, fun curriculum that meets the needs of all our children.
To place people first and value everyone equally because we are all made in the image of God.
Help teach children the importance of faith and develop their spiritual understanding, whatever their belief, by learning in a Christian school.
Maintain and develop the excellent relationships between the children, parents, carers, staff, governors, St. Swithun’s Church, Woodborough, Southwell Diocese and the wider world.
To help all children to persevere to achieve their very best.
Enjoy and enrich our musical, dramatic and artistic traditions.
Encourage a healthy and active lifestyle.
Develop the skills of communication, independence, problem solving and understanding how others feel.
Encourage a respect for ourselves as well as others, the environment and the wider world.
Encourage support, compassion and forgiveness for each other.
Develop the attitudes necessary to prepare the children for the responsibilities, experiences and opportunities throughout life.
Woodborough Wood’s will ensure everyone achieves their best by knowing and valuing each person’s personal strengths and gifts providing all our children with a creative, educational experience of the highest quality within our hope and trust in Christian faith, values and beliefs. We serve the children, parents, carers and community as a committed, harmonious, caring team, providing an exciting, challenging, broad and balanced curriculum. We nurture each child so they leave our school with a wonder of the world, their understanding deepened and their minds enriched, so that they love learning and embrace the challenges of the future.
Our Christian values of community, the environment, hope and wisdom.
abound in hope
- Dear parents and carers Just a polite reminder that the children will be required to wear their school uniform for the last day of term. With kindest regards School Office Team
- Reminder about the PTA Non - Uniform Day
- Parent Governor election process commences today.
- All the latest news and information for each class.
- Woodbough virtual Easter Bonnet competition is open to all children who are primary aged or younger who either live in Woodborough or attend Woodborough School (and there is also an adult category too if parents want to join in).
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