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Woodfield Primary School

Woodfield Primary School believes that it is their responsibility to prepare children to be become the very best that they can in all areas of their life.  

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Address:Woodfield Primary School
Taunton Avenue
Telephone number: 01752 706384
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Our experienced team understand the importance of developing and nurturing children, to ensure that they all feel valued and supported, so that they can aim high and achieve.  We are all incredibly proud of the experiences that we offer the children both within the classroom and wider opportunities. 

Being a smaller, one form entry, primary school it means all staff are able to get to know the children and develop strong relationships with them.  The relationships that we develop with our parents and the wider community are equally important to us; developing these links and working together helps to support our children to be successful.

Our Early Birds Breakfast Club

Early Birds is our breakfast club that is open to all children from Nursery through to Year 6.  Early birds offers a happy, safe and welcoming environment to start your child's school day in the best way possible.  It is led by experienced school staff, who will be familiar to the children as they work in school across the day. 

There are healthy choices of breakfast cereal and toast as well as yoghurt and fruit.  Children can also choose a range of hot and cold drinks.  The club is set up to encourage the children to eat a healthy breakfast, which gives them a great start to their day.

After they have eaten children go to the games table's where they can play a range of games or join in with art and craft type activities.  As well as this the children can also take part in a range of physical activities outside in the playground.  Adults are also on hand to help with homework, reading and spellings.

Our Wonderful Woodies After School Club

Wonderful Woodies is our After School Club that is run by our high trained staff who are teaching assistants during the day across the school.  It provides parents with excellent value, high quality childcare between 3.15pm - 5.45pm every day of the week.

There is an exciting programme of activities in place on different days of the week, which include arts and crafts, computing, board games and puzzles and, weather permitting, activities in the playground.  At different times in the year there are special sessions linked to celebrations and festivals such as Easter, Halloween and Christmas.

During the session your child will have a light snack such as sandwiches, beans on toast, cheese and crackers etc. along with some healthy options such as fruit and veg sticks and yogurts.  There are also a range of drink, both hot and cold available. 


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We pride ourselves on being a relationship focused school. We will always work with you and your child to support them to achieve the very best they can at Woodfield Primary School. We value the input that parents make to their child's education and aim to work together to provide the best possible support for your child. From time to time, children may need extra support with their learning and this booklet will inform you of the types of support available for your child at Woodfield Primary School. It will help you understand who can help and how this support can be accessed.

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Age range
  • Primary - 5 to 11 years

  • Based: Plymouth
    Childcare Type:
    • School
    • School nurseries
    Age ranges:
    • Primary school - 5 to 11 years
    • Nursery school - 3 to 4 years

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