Welcome to Woodbury C of E Primary School
Welcome from the Head Teacher
Welcome to our school’s website. Currently a new version of the website is being created, however in the meantime I hope you find the information presented here helpful and that it gives you a feel of the happy, caring and vibrant school that Woodbury C of E Primary is. We believe in being easily accessible to parents and are committed to developing strong partnerships between home and school, so that we all work together to achieve the best for the children.
Everyone at Woodbury is immensely proud of our school and committed to making it the best possible place to learn and grow. We are ambitious for all the children; we have high expectations for their academic achievement as well as placing a great deal of emphasis upon supporting their personal, social, cultural, spiritual and moral development.
At Woodbury learning is fun, inspiring and challenging. We provide a safe and vibrant learning environment where our children are encouraged to ask questions and have the confidence to take a risk. We aim to equip the children with the learning skills and mind set they will need to continue to flourish throughout their lives. Care and respect for one another are the norm with high standards of behaviour clearly evident.
Our values and aims are built firmly on Christian beliefs and principles, embodied not only in our heritage as a Church of England school, but also in our everyday interactions. We are however an inclusive school and welcome all, regardless of faith. As a village school, we benefit from strong links with the local community as well as schools further away within the UK and in Tanzania.
We hope that our website gives you a feel of the thriving and special place Woodbury School is. Should you like to know more, please do get in touch; we would be delighted to show you around.
We look forward to meeting you and your family.
Mrs Alison Sparks
School Vision Statement
What we want to be:
- A centre of excellence in education set within a Christian context.
- A community where all are valued and respected and have the confidence to achieve their best.
- A community in which all members work in partnership.
The school is committed to safe guarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.