Welcome to Woolaston Primary School

Set alongside the Severn Estuary on the edge of the beautiful Forest of Dean, Woolaston Primary School offers an OUTSTANDING start to school life. The aim of the teaching staff, supported by the governing and parent bodies, is to develop each child's potential through a balanced education that instills a lifelong enthusiasm for learning and a firm grasp of social skills and responsibilities.

"We hope you will be able to discover something of the unique atmosphere of Woolaston by visiting the website. We aim to be a community in which children feel happy and enjoy learning. They also benefit from new buildings and a spacious site in a country setting. If you wish to visit please make an appointment and we will look forward to seeing you." Ros Escott, Headteacher.

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Newsletter 23rd January 2015

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends, How wonderful all of our school Christmas activities were including the Infant and Junior plays. It was a very special privilege for the Key Stage 1 pupils to perform ‘Sparkle’ in front of both the script writer Joy Wright and the Music Composer James Wright (former pupil at Woolaston 1962- 1969). Joy and James were most suitably impressed; well
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Newsletter 5th December 2014

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends, Christmas fever is fizzing here at school, and I very much hope that you will enjoy watching the children perform in their Christmas plays ‘Sparkle’ for pupils in Key Stage One and ‘Silent Night’ for pupils in Key Stage Two. Performance dates and times are listed below in ‘Dates for your Diary’.  Parent & Teacher Association (PTA) Thank you
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Learning at Home

  • At Home

    Many parents ask for “homework” or ways they can help their child at home. Below are a few suggestions which you may find useful. “Formal Work”  Reading If your child is having difficulty with reading, hearing him/her read regularly at home is invaluable. If your child is a fluent reader, he/she might not want to read aloud to you, but you can always ask
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