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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

Woden Remembers

On Monday 7th November, we were delighted to welcome Terry into school to lead our Remembrance Day assembly. Terry, from Wednesfield British Legion, talked to the children about why Remembrance Day is so important and why...

Wow Walk Challenge

Our Wow Walk Challenge is well under way and we are so delighted to see how many children are walking to school each day. This not only helps to keep you fit and healthy but...

Children in Need

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who donated to our Children in Need fundraiser this year.  The children had a wonderful day taking part in Pudsey activities and learning about...

Funtime Theatre Visit

Today, Funtime Theatre visited our school with their fantastic version of Sleeping Beauty Pantomime.  The children loved the story and participation.  It has really has got us in the Christmas spirit!  “Oh, no it hasn’t!”,...

Road Safety Week

Last week was Road Safety Week. Reception and Year 1 have really enjoyed a visit from a local Crossing Patrol. They have learned about how to keep safe when crossing the road and the importance of road...

#Hello Yellow day 2022

We recently celebrated Hello Yellow day which raises awareness of the importance of mental health and well-being. The children enjoyed completing a variety of activities relating to this! For more information on how to support...