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


Students make outstanding progress in all areas of their development.

Post 16 progress is good. Students follow a curriculum that is well matched to their age and interests.

Teachers and teaching assistants interact well with students and the positive relationships that develop provide a good base for learning.


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:

  • Democracy

  • Individual liberty

  • The rule of law

  • Mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs

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

Key Stage 4 Lead, Pupil Premium, Teaching, Learning & Assessment, Admissions, Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Strategic Lead

Mrs Andrea Ashton-Coulton -

Acting Deputy Headteacher

Key Stage 3 Lead, SenCo, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Pastoral and Wellbeing, Outreach Service

Remote Learning Parent Survey

76% of parents/carers feel that Woodfield School’s remote learning offer has improved since Summer Lockdown (22% feel that it has stayed the same and 3% feel that it is not as good)

73% feel the amount of work being set is just right!

97% have found support from staff helpful with 62% saying it has been very helpful.

94% of pupils accessing remote learning during January lockdown from in school or while learning from home.

Woodfield School award winner!