We will post key updates here but please refer to our 'Coronavirus: Key Information' page for guidance on school closure; home learning and staying safe in the 'Parents' tab.
Update: 23/03/20: We hope the home learning activities are keeping you all stimulated and suitably challenged over the closure period. We have just posted some more practical ideas and learning packs to support you. See the 'Home Learning' page and click on the year group links.
Update: 22/03/20: 11:00: An email has been sent to all those parents who have applied for provision for their children over the school closure period. Please check your emails for confirmation. If you have not received the confirmation email you were expecting, please contact the school. No more applications are being taken and the school is only open to those children whose parents have applied for a place.
Update: 20/03/20: 17:10: Demand for places for those children in key worker and/or vulnerable families is already high and it is unlikely that we will be able to fulfil all requests. Priority will be given to families where both parents are in these categories. Please apply before 17:00 tomorrow. Places are only available to those who have applied for them. Notification on whether your child has a place will be sent via email over the weekend.
Update: 20/03/20: 14:10: The 'Home Learning' page has moved to the 'Learning' menu. Please note, parts of this page are in development.
Update: 20/03/20: 11:40: Before and After School Club will run as normal until Easter. If you are a parent who needs this provision because you are a key worker and/or in the 'vulnerable' category (see 'School Closures'), please state the days and times in Section 20 of the key worker questionnaire sent out earlier today.
Update: 20/03/20: 10:30: Thank you for your patience as we awaited clarification on which pupils the school may stay open for from Monday 23rd March. Please see our 'Coronavirus: Key Information' page and complete the questionnaire as soon as you can, only if you are not able to safely care for your child at home and you are considered to be in the 'vulnerable' or 'key worker' category.
Update: 19/03/20: 15:30: There is still no clarification on who exactly falls into the 'key worker' category. As soon as we have received this information, we will be inviting parents to contact the school regarding provision from Monday.
Update: 19/03/20: Further information on vulnerable families and those with key workers will be available after 14:00 today.
Update: 18/03/20: Hethersett Woodside Primary and Nursery will be closed for most pupils from Friday 20th March, until further notice.
Welcome to Woodside Primary and Nursery
We hope that our website is informative and gives you a true insight of what learning is about at Woodside. We are extremely proud of our school and our school community and we all work together to ensure that everyone is challenged and developed in every aspect of their learning.
You will see that as well as being a successful school we also provide a highly creative curriculum in a nurturing environment where we all have fun learning together.
Our staff are committed to ensuring that every child is valued, cared for and given every opportunity to reach their full potential. Please contact us if you would like to know more about our school or to arrange a visit.