A message from our Headteacher
Woodsetton School is a warm and friendly school for primary age pupils with moderate learning difficulties and/or speech, language and communication difficulties. Pupils join us with a wide range of different needs, and bring a wonderful mix of interests and personalities to our school.
At Woodsetton we aim to provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment where children and adults feel safe and valued, and are actively encouraged and supported to flourish, develop and achieve the very best they can preparing them for the future.
We place the child at the centre of what we offer, utilising individual EHC plans to structure our provision and support the holistic needs of our children. At Woodsetton, we offer an exciting and ambitious curriculum that provides a variety of experiences both in and around our school, and, across our local community. We ensure that our curriculum is personalised to cater for the needs of all our children, whatever their interests or ability, is engaging and provides opportunities to develop life skills, independence and confidence.
Headteacher Mrs Kate Beer
Welcome to Woodsetton
Where children come first
We believe that all pupils should have access to a rich, varied and challenging curriculum that fosters enjoyment in learning and balances individual needs with the requirements of the National Curriculum.
Over time we aim to equip our pupils with the skills, knowledge and positive attitudes that will enable them to have enquiring minds, become self-motivated and independent life-long learners and have fulfilling and productive lives.
We strive to enable all our pupils to develop and utilise their talents and skills, providing an effective, positive and supportive learning environment where everyone can flourish and succeed.
Hear what our children say...
“My favourite book is The BFG. The author is Roald Dahl. In the book I like Sophie because she has orange hair and orange is one of my favourite colours.”
A pupil in Squirrel Class