Welcome back to the new academic year. I hope that this finds you all well and that your children are looking forward to the year ahead. We hope that you find this first newsletter of the year informative as it will outline a few things that you maybe didn’t
Recognition It is always good to share some positive news! Headsight is presenting its 2023 Trauma-Informed & Therapeutic School Award to Woodmancote School because the school has produced a substantial portfolio, evidencing continued growth around their awareness of childhood trauma and how to work therapeutically with their most vulnerable pupils.
Gloucestershire Young Photographer of the Year presentation Congratulations again to our four pupils that were awarded a certificate. This year, the organisers of the competition have put together a short presentation of all of the photographs selected for display. The presentation can be viewed by following this link To view
Coronation Day – 5/5/23 On Friday 5th May we will celebrate the coronation of Charles III. Children are invited to come to school on this day dressed in red, white and blue or dressed as a king, queen, prince or princess. We will mark the occasion with a special assembly in which
Winter Wonderland House Photo Competition A huge well done to everyone that entered a photo into our house competition last term. We really enjoyed looking at your photographs and they will all be entered into the Gloucestershire Young Photographer of the Year competition. More details on this will follow. To
Parent Consultation Evening A letter was sent earlier this week regarding Parents Evening on Tuesday 28th Feb and Wednesday 1st March. If you have not done so already please visit https://woodmancote.parentseveningsystem.co.uk to book your appointments. Login with the following information (Please note that the Parent details must be those of
Parent Consultation Evening Please be aware that invites will be coming out soon. There has been a slight change to the dates, so please be aware that the new dates are Tuesday 28th February and Wednesday 1st March. Lost Property Once again we have a mountain of lost property
Welcome back to 2023!This term, our personal development themes in school are:Dreams and GoalsIncludes goal-setting, aspirations for yourself and the world, and working together.Healthy Me-(A little ironic given the recent outbreak of Norovirus!)Includes drugs and alcohol education, selfesteem and confidence as well as healthy lifestyle choices.Children will have the opportunity
On behalf of everyone at school we hope that you all have a peaceful and happy Christmas. If you do need a little supportover the festive period, please do contact us and we will endeavour to help.If you feel that you would like to support other local families over the
PTA Christmas FairThank you to all those parents who came along to the first Christmas Fayre since 2019. It was wonderful to see so many of you there. The PTA committee did an amazing job and brought together a super experience for our children. The final total of money raised
Reading Information EveningThank you to everyone who attended. We hopethat you found the evening informative. Pleaselook out for a survey monkey that will becoming out for all parents. Your responses willhelp us in planning future events and how weengage more parents. Read our latest newsletter by clicking here
The 2022 -2023 Cheltenham Primary Schools’ Cross Country League got off to a flying start for Woodmancote, with a brilliant effort from all our year 5 and 6 competitors. The prospects for the year 6 girls team look especially good this year, but this race was the first of four over the
Welcome Welcome back to a new academic year at Woodmancote School. A special welcome to all our new starters in Little Chestnuts, Reception and in various classes throughout the school. We hope that you are beginning to build relationships with those existing members of the school community and we are
Sports Day Thank you to all those parents who came along and supported their children on Sports Day. Unfortunately I was unable to be there because of COVID, but I have heard that the day went very well and that Leckhampton House won the overall Competition. Well done to all
The Bee MusicalYear 2 will be performing The Bee Musical onWednesday 22nd June at 2pm and Thursday23rd June at 6.15pm in the school hall. Pleasenote that whilst siblings do not require aticket, we ask that they only attend theWednesday afternoon performance. Twotickets will be allocated per family and willbe available
Thank you to everyone who supported our Jubilee afternoon, especially Mrs Howard and members of the PTA. We hope that every child received their commemorative bookmark, but if you child has been away, please do let us know. Read our latest newsletter by clicking here
From high above the ground, to deep down in the caves, the children had a blast. Seven activities ranging from zip wire to abseiling saw the children of Woodmancote laugh and smile their way through in amazing sunshine. Read our latest newsletter by clicking here
Many of you may have already donated to agencies or organisations responding to the crises in Ukraine. However, if you haven’t and wish to donate now, you may want to visit https://www.redcross.org.uk/get-involved/donate Read our latest newsletter by clicking here
House Photograph Competition This term, we are running a house photography competition with the theme of ‘Wonderful World’. House points will be awarded to all entries with additional points given to the winners. The winning photographers will also have the opportunity to have their photograph entered into the Gloucestershire Young
Christmas Postbox Our annual Christmas Postbox will be open from Monday 29th November. It is an opportunity for children to send cards to each other. The postbox can be found in the Hall and the children will be able to go in and post any cards that they wish to
Welcome to our first NEST (Nurturing and Emotional Support Team) newsletter! The aim of this newsletter is to introduce the team, and highlight some of the upcoming events. Please do look at the NEST section on our school website for more details. Read our latest newsletter by clicking here.
Thank you Thank you to all parents who have supported the school this week with wearing masks and bearing with us as we postpone the Parent Consultation Meetings. We have been able to keep the number of cases down, which is great. We will be reviewing our control measures at
Welcome to all those new parents who have recently joined the school community. That includes not only parents of Reception aged children, but also those of children who have joined us in Year groups throughout the school. Read our latest newsletter by clicking here.