Woodham Burn Primary School provides the highest quality education for all, placing our pupils at the heart of everything we do.
In partnership with families, we nurture self-belief, encouraging all to become successful, able and responsible members of the global community.
Our engaging and stimulating curriculum connects and celebrates our school, our homes and families, and our place within modern Britain and the wider world. The core values that we promote in school, shape the whole of our children’s lives.
All children are given the opportunity to develop their own spirituality, to be curious and ask big questions, to celebrate and to make good choices.
Our Aim at Woodham Burn is that:
Children learn within a happy, safe, caring and disciplined environment.
Staff focus upon providing the highest possible standards of education and upon enthusing pupils with a love of learning and enjoyment of the lifelong learning journey.
Through creative, broad and balanced experiences, we inspire confidence and celebrate the uniqueness and successes of all.
By working in partnership with families, we nurture the whole child and provide a firm basis for our pupils to develop into responsible and fulfilled members of society.
We utilise a culture of mutual respect, to ensure the happiness and personal growth of each individual.
Our Core Values
Caring: appropriately meeting a child’s needs, whatever they are at any given moment in time.
Equality: ensuring everybody has equal opportunities, and is not treated differently or discriminated against for any reason.
Diversity: taking account of the differences between people and groups of people, and placing a positive value on those differences.
Resilience: the process of being able to adapt well in the face of adversity, or challenge. Having the confidence to start afresh after difficult experiences.
Integrity: being honest and having strong moral principles.
Learning: enjoyment and curiosity about the process of gaining knowledge and skills throughout your life.
Excellence: working to achieve exceptionally high standards in every aspect of school life, often surpassing expectations.
Enjoyment: taking pleasure in what we do and having fun as well as working hard.