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Woolton Primary School

Learning Together... Achieving Together

Past Events

World Book Day at Woolton Primary

On 1st March we celebrated World Book Day. We all brought our favourite book into school and discussed why it is special.

As part of our celebrations each class welcomed a very special visitor - The Gruffalo.

The Gruffalo presented an award in each class to the child who had made the most progress in reading during last week. The Gruffalo told Mrs Ngenda: 

"I really enjoyed my day at Woolton Primary School. The children made me feel very welcome, it was great to see all the books they enjoy reading. - I hope I can come again!"

Chinese New Year

Kung Hei Fat Choi! 

Children across school have recently taken part in a range of activities and events to celebrate the new year of the dragon. A traditional lion dance and martial arts demonstration was enjoyed by all. Look out for our display in the school entrance area.

Presentation Week

February 6th - 10th is our school presentation week. Children are encouraged to work hard and to present their work to the highest possible standard at all times. During this week two special awards will be given by each class teacher, one for consistently good presentation and one for the most improved presentation of work. We plan to have a presentation week every half term.

New School ipads

The new school ipads have finally arrived and the children are enjoying using these to support their learning in lessons across the curriculum. Our recently installed wireless network will enable us to make best use of all the latest technology to aid and enhance children's development in a full range of subjects.

If you have a ipad/itouch at home then you maybe interested in our free app list below. Click on the link to download the pdf. 


Easter Hat Parade - Friday 30th March

Children in KS1 and Foundation Stage enjoyed a Easter Hat Parade on Friday 30th March. Parent's were invited to watch the event as the children showed the Easter bonnets they had made at home. KS2 children came along to applaud the children that took part.

"It was lovely to get the whole school together, we really enjoyed this morning." Year 2 Grandparent 

"They were cool, I was amazed at the angry birds hat." a Year 5 child.




Important information about the Key Stage Two Discos – Thursday May 31st

Please read the following information carefully. The PFA have organised Key Stage Two discos as follows:

  • Year 3 and Year 4 - 5.00pm - 6.00pm
  • Year 5 and Year 6 – – 7.15pm


  • Children should come in through the main school entrance only.
  • Tickets will cost £1.50 and children will be required to pay on the door.
  • Please have £1.50 ready in change.
  • Children will be required to pay and will then be registered by members of the school staff.
  • The disco will take place in the KS2 school hall.

Very important information about collecting your child.

  • Children should be collected from the KS1 entrance/exit only.
  • Marshalls will be on site to direct you to this exit area if you are unsure about where to go.
  • All children must be collected by an adult. All children will be signed out by school staff – please be patient while we sign children out.

Children will leave as follows

Lower KS2 in the following order

From 5.50pm


Children will not be released unless an adult is there to collect them, children will be signed out, please be patient when collecting your child.











Upper KS2 in the following order

From 7.10pm


Children will not be released unless an adult is there to collect them, children will be signed out, please be patient when collecting your child.