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  • Woodhill Primary School receive the Gold Mark for PE

    Posted on 21st Sep

    We are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded a Gold mark for our PE and Sport provision at school.

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  • Woodhill are now part of the Inspire Partnership Academy Trust

    Posted on 13th Jun

    We are delighted to be able to confirm that we are now part of the Inspire Partnership Academy Trust.

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  • Forest School investigate

    Forest School investigate

    Posted on 18th Apr

    A stinky old tent and wooden bridge were found in our forest school by our Reception children. Using clues left in the classrooms the children had many ideas about who could have left such items behind: ‘It can’t be a dinosaur beca...

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  • Little Red Riding Hood

    Posted on 17th Apr

    Our Nursery children were greeted by the characters of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ when they returned to school and they thoroughly enjoyed a re-enactment of this popular fairytale almost raising the roof with their screams when the wolf tried to eat Little Red Riding Hood. Luckily the Woodcutter was on hand to save the day! 

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  • STEM week

    STEM week

    Posted on 17th Mar

    This week saw the launch of our first ever STEM week. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. STEM is important because it pervades every part of our lives. Science is everywhere in the world around us. Technology is con...

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  • Year 5 'Streetchild'

    Year 5 'Streetchild'

    Posted on 17th Mar

    The Year 5 core text, ‘Streetchild’, has really hooked the children, and has therefore been the stimulus for STEM week. The children started the week by sitting in the cold playground and thinking about what they might need to survive...

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  • Year 6 dissect a lambs heart!

    Year 6 dissect a lambs heart!

    Posted on 17th Mar

    Our Year 6’s have been learning in depth about what being healthy does to our bodies and thoroughly enjoyed dissecting a lamb’s heart to understand the route blood takes through our bodies. Connor spoke enthusiastically about the lesso...

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  • Year 3 design their own flood barriers

    Year 3 design their own flood barriers

    Posted on 16th Mar

    This week in year 3 started with an inspirational visit to the Thames Barrier to see our flood defences in action. “My favourite part of the week was finding out how the Thames Barrier protects us from flooding!”, Zahra, Aspen Tree. Af...

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  • Year 4 design their own boats

    Year 4 design their own boats

    Posted on 16th Mar

    What an exciting week in Year 4! After analysing the structure of existing boats, Year 4 then tested the strength and buoyancy of different materials in order to design their own boats. “I found out that if you put sticks under your boat, it...

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  • Year 2 exploding volcanoes

    Year 2 exploding volcanoes

    Posted on 15th Mar

    ‘The Giganotosaurus’ came to Year 2! Following on from their core text, Year 2 have been creating a stop-motion animation of a dinosaur scene. They’ve learnt how to create the animations, decided on a storyboard and finally got t...

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