A warm welcome to our school. I am proud to be the head teacher of a school where you will find a dedicated and skilled staff team, enthusiastic and hard-working pupils alongside supportive and proud parents. Together we seek to embody our school motto: dream, believe, inspire and achieve. We are proud to be a part of the University of Wolverhampton Multi Academy Trust. Together we work for the continued improvement in school and the trust offers Woodhouse the support, expertise and challenge to improve further.
Our pupils and their families are at the heart of all that we do. We provide an exciting, broad and balanced curriculum which inspires and motivates our pupils with opportunities to promote independence, learn life-long skills and to have aspirations for the future. Within a caring and nurturing environment, we ensure all our pupils are equipped with the skills, self-confidence and opportunities to succeed. Our inclusive school ensures that all children meet their full potential, offering specialist support where necessary. We are a diverse school, with a wide range of home languages, religions and cultures, and we are proud of our heritage and community.
There are many things we are proud of about our school. We have a proud sporting heritage with regular success in local and area competitions. Our creative skills are nurtured through art and musical opportunities and our children have access to our incredible outdoor area in the heart of the community: Pitts Wood. We have high expectations. Academic achievement is important and we work hard to help children attain high standards. We expect children to be caring towards others, act as good citizens, showing respect and tolerance in all they do.
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22nd March 2019
This week Year 1 and 3 have both been out of school on visits relating to their curriculum themes.
Year 1 spent the day in the Wyre Fores...