Woolhampton CE Primary School
Enabling all to Flourish
Welcome to our school website. Woolhampton Primary is a Church of England school for children from ages 4 to 11. We are situated in a stunning rural location, just to the north of the West Berkshire village of Woolhampton. We value our positive family atmosphere and work hard to ensure that all pupils feel included and safe. As a Church of England School we have strong links with our local church, St. Peter's. If you would like to visit our school please contact us and we will be delighted to arrange an opportunity for you to look around.
Katie Purdy (Headteacher) Nikki Jordan (Chair of Governors)
The date for the next Achievement Assembly is...
*Thursday 4th April 2019*
Starting at 2.45pm in the school hall . If these dates/times change for any reason as the term progresses we will let parents and carers know as soon as possible via a text message and a notice written on the lower playground blackboard.
Easter Service in St Peter's Church 1.30pm
Friday 5th April 2019
It is wonderful to have parents join the assemblies and church services...you are most welcome!
- There are several new documents loaded under the 'educational websites' in the pupil area of this website to help support learning in Maths.
- Please can parents please use the email@example.com email address to forward all communication, as Teachers and other members of staff are unable to answer any queries during the day. This will ensure you get a timely response...thank you!
Parents evening 3.30-5pm
Tag rugby y5 and 6 finish at 4.15pm
Craft club with Sophie finish at 4.15pm
Choir at St Peter's church for Bishop Andrew's farewell service
Parents evening 3.30-6.30pm
Tennis club Years 1 and 2 finish 4.30pm
Netball club y4-6 finish at 4.15pm
Forest School yF and 1 (am)
Cricket skills at Bradfield CC - selected pupils
Acheivement assembly with dance performance 2.45pm
FoW Easter Egg Hunt
Forest School Y2 and 3 (pm)
Easter service at St Peter's church 1.30pm
School finishes at 2pm
HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE!