Preparing pupils for adulthood: Developing learners that are happy, successful and increasing in independence


OFSTED Says.....

A cheerful warm welcome awaits pupils as they arrive at this school. This positive approach carries on throughout all activities during the day. Consequently, strong and trusting relationships between adults and pupils are built, and pupils say they feel safe in school.

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Ofsted Report 2022


Creating a safe, happy and vibrant learning community

Valuing and respecting all who work within it

Celebrating all effort and achievement

Empowering students to realise their full potential

Empowering students to persevere and develop into independent, young citizens


At Woodfield we actively promote the fundamental British values of:

We will appropriately challenge opinions or behaviours in school that are contrary to fundamental British values.

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all students.

Acting Headteacher

Mrs Terri Wyse - twyse@woodfield.surrey.sch.ukΒ 


Strategic LeadΒ 

Mrs Andrea Ashton-Coulton - head@woodfield.surrey.sch.ukΒ 

Assistant Headteacher

Responsible for Inclusion, Pastoral Behaviour and Well-being, KS4 Lead, Careers and Enterprise Lead, Computing and IT LeadΒ 

Acting Assistant Headteacher

Mrs Ruth Makroum - rmakroum@woodfield.surrey.sch.ukΒ 

Responsible for Curriculum, Assessment and Accreditation, KS3 Lead, Maths Lead, Pupil Premium, EVC and DDSLΒ Β Β 

Publication of statutory notices regarding the proposal to expand Woodfield School onto a Specialist School Satellite site at Carrington SchoolΒ 

Woodfield School award winner!

Helpful Information

For free mental health crisis support , open 24 hours per day, please call 0800 915 4644. A professional can provide advice, support and signposting to a range of community services. The crisis line can be used by those who are already receiving mental health services, and by those who are not.Β 

If you are a parent or carer struggling with behaviours of difficulties which could be related to a neurodevelopmental need such as autism or ADHD please consider using the "Out of Hours Advice line", open frpm 5pm to 11pm, seven days a week. Please call 0300 222 5755.

CYP Havens are safe spaces where young people aged 10-18 can talk about worries and mental health in a confidential, friendly and supportive environment. For a virtual service, please call 01483 519436. Lines are open Monday-Friday, 3:30pm - 7pm and Sunday 1pm-4pm. Please refer to the Mindworks Surrey website for updated information as to which of our centres are currently operating a face-to-face service.

Early Help Hub aims to provide support as soon as a problem emerges, at any point in a child's life, from the foundation years through to teenage years. For this service, please call 0300 200 1004. is an online service for young people aged 11-18 in Surrey that provides free and confidential counselling services via webchat provided by qualified counsellors.

The majority of families will be able to access universal services and are encouraged to make use of the Family Information Service. Family information Service - Surrey County Council ( to identify services in the community that may be bale to support them and the needs of their children.Β