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Learning to Make a Difference

As Headteacher of Woden Primary School, I feel proud to be part of such a friendly, happy school. We are a rich multicultural community and celebrate the diversity of the many different cultures represented.

The children and parents of Woden are from over 30 different countries and speak more than 40 different languages. This helps to make it a special place where we all value our similarities and differences and learn from each other. At Woden Primary School we aim to become a community of life-long learners, striving for excellence, and inspired by achievement and success.

Woden's motto “Learning to Make a Difference” is evident in all we do. We pride ourselves on providing a rich and varied learning environment and exciting curriculum for all of our children, in a friendly and positive atmosphere, that encourages them to flourish and achieve their best.

We aim to provide the children in our care with the best possible start in life.

Mrs S Walmsley, Headteacher

Latest News

Y6 visit to The Black Country Museum

Y6 enjoyed their visit to the Black Country Museum, looking at the old houses, mines, shops and traditions.  This allowed the children to see first hand the history of our local area which linked to...

Y5 visit to the National Space Centre

As part of their topic, Year 5 visited The National Space Centre in Leicester. They explored the Space Centre, read information and interacted with games and activities. Lastly, they watched a planetarium show about space...

Y1 trip to Ash End Farm

Following on from Spring term’s topic of Farms, Year 1 visited Ash End House Children’s farm to see and feed the animals. The children began their day on a very bumpy tractor ride, spotting scarecrows...

Y4 Residential to Standon Bowers

Some of our Year 4 students enjoyed an action packed two day residential to Standon Bowers Outdoor Education Centre. The children took part in a selection of fantastic activities including, caving, a tricky blindfold trail,...

Y4 trip to Cadbury World

As part of Year 4’s topic on Rainforests, Year 4 visited Cadbury World and explored the rainforest and enjoyed learning about where chocolate comes from and how it is made. The children even came away...

World Book Day

At Woden, World Book Day was a great success. As you can tell from the photos that dressing up as different characters from famous books, films and comics was the highlight of the day! Children...