Welcome to Woodsetton School.
Welcome to Woodsetton School’s website – We hope you will find our website interesting and informative, providing you with an insight into the teaching and learning at our school.
We are a primary special school which provides education for children with moderate learning difficulties (MLD) and speech, language and communication disorders.
At Woodsetton we aim to provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment where children and adults feel safe and valued, and are encouraged and supported to achieve the very best they can.
Pupils often join us with a wide range of different needs, and bring a wonderful mix of interests and personalities to our school.
When our Year 6 pupils leave our care they are more confident and ready to take on the challenges that face them at secondary school. We take great pride in our transition work to ensure that each young person continues to progress and learn following their time at Woodsetton.
Please contact us if you would like to find out more about our school or have any queries.
And if you have any suggestions as to how we can improve this web site, please let us know!
More About Woodsetton School
This website includes a range of information about the school, and includes key policies and some of the curriculum experiences we provide.
Please visit the site regularly for the latest news and information as we will continue to further develop this website. We hope you’ll enjoy exploring.
What do you enjoy at school?
“I enjoy book club, playing the violin and singing.”
What activities do you do in P.E?
"I like dancing with Angela. I throw and catch the balls. I walk on the benches in gym".
What is your favourite lesson?
"I like English and writing. I like telling stories and reading books. I like Peppa Pig. I read them on my pink iPad at home".
What do you do at lunch time?
"I like running on the playground. I like going down the slide. I play lots of games".
Tell me about the school council
“We have meetings with Miss Lowe.”
“We go to the Lilac room – it is very posh in there.”
“We talk about what we want at school.”
“We like toys for the playground.”
“ We want to go on lots of class visits.”
“ We have to ask Mr Rhind-Tutt and Mrs Beer if we can have the things we would like.”