Explore Our Site

NEW: Whole School Flu Vaccinations on 13th October 2021

Latest Documents

Name
 Ref0742 KS2 Poolsbrook Local Walk 061021.pdfDownload
 Ref0745 KS2 Harvest Service 111021.pdfDownload
 Ref0755 Club Letter Autumn Term 2 201021.pdfDownload
 Woodthorpe Word Oct 21.pdfDownload
Showing 1-4 of 4

 

Welcome Message

Welcome to our school and website. We hope that the site will give you a flavour of our school.  

We have included lots of useful information about the school, the classes, the curriculum and the many exciting things that we do at school. You will also see some photographs of work, displays, events and learning experiences in our school. 

We are part of the Derby Diocesan Academy Trust and enjoy the partnerships with other schools in the trust.  

Our curriculum provides a broad range of opportunities. Children learn through themed topics, in which staff plan a variety of first hand experiences and use creative and imaginative teaching to make learning exciting and memorable. We have superb school grounds and enjoy learning outdoors as much as we can.  

Our children are amazing. They are polite, respectful and welcoming, and we are proud of their achievements. The staff work incredibly hard to foster positive relationships with children, parents, visitors, the community and the parish. We can achieve great things by working together as a team. We are proud to be a church school and part of Derby Diocese.  

We hope you enjoy looking at our website and find it useful. If you can not find the information you are looking for, please contact the school directly where someone will be happy to help.

Thank you for visiting.

 Mrs Sarah Tew  (Headteacher) and the team of staff and governors at Woodthorpe Church of England Primary School.  

 

Recent Events In and Around School
---
Painting the School Gazeebo and PE Shed 11.10.2021
Thank you to all the children who helped make an amazing start to our gazeebo and shed transformation. We wanted to brighten them both up and had so much fun doing it - even if it was a little bit messy! 
---
World Mental Health Day 11.10.2021
The whole School has enjoyed a day full of fun and relaxing activities in our comfy clothes. We have been colouring, crafting, playing computer and board games, going on nature walks, making worry dolls, painting the shed and gazeebo and even doing some Yoga!
---
The National Emergency Services Museum 01.10.2021
The children in Class 1 and 2 had a lovely time at The National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield. They got to look at Emergency Service vehicles from the past and present, meet a real life Police Officer, and even practice being heroes themselves!
--- 
New Gym Equipment 06.09.2021
The children have loved being able to use the brand new equipment on the School field.
---
New Infant Mud Kitchen 16.06.2021
We have a new addition to the infant outdoor area! Mr Beresford has built the children a brand new mud kitchen to use during their play times. They love it so much and have enjoyed playing with it so far.
----
Living Eggs Project 19.04.2021-30.04.2021
10 eggs were delivered to Class 1 for the children to look after. Amazingly all 10 eggs hatched! The children got to hold the chicks, make sure they all had food and water and even give them names. Meet Chippy, Dino, Jill, Nugget, Pikachu, Potato, Rainbow, Snack, Starlight and Yellow.
----
Easter Service 31.03.2021
Today we had our annual Easter Service outside in the sunshine. Children from all classes sang songs and read poems and prayers. A big thank you to the PTFA who very kindly bought each child an Easter egg - the children were extremely pleased!

 
 
----
National Day of Reflection 23.03.2021

We have been taking part in today’s National Day of Reflection – completing craft activities, holding a minute’s silence at 11.30am, discussing our feelings and thoughts before ending with a collective prayer.

 
----
World Book Day 04.03.2021
The children came to School in person and virtually dressed as their favourite book characters today. Each class took part in different book/reading activities, these included designing a book cover, making their very own bookmark, writing a book review and an exciting book character scavenger hunt! Take a look at some of the fantastic costumes.
----

 

 

 

If a child or young person is in immediate danger, call 999.
If you are concerned that a child is suffering, or is at risk of significant harm, please contact Call Derbyshire on Tel: 01629 533190 immediately.