Wood End School

Headteacher: Mr Richard Boulton

Yeomans Avenue, Harpenden Hertfordshire AL5 3EF


01582 761636

Wood End School is closed until further notice. Watch out on the news page for Twitter videos from staff. Two new email addresses: homelearning@woodend.herts.sch.uk to post any questions you may have from the work given on the class pages, and password@woodend.herts.sch.uk in case you forget your logins for any of the school recommended websites. Stay indoors and keep safe!


The children are at the centre of everything that we do. As a learning community, we believe that all children are of equal importance and they deserve equal access to a broad, balanced curriculum in a stimulating learning environment.  This promotes active learning, lively enquiring minds and the ability to question. We believe that high self-esteem, self-confidence and happiness are central to our success as we continuously challenge ourselves to achieve the highest standards.



Wood End School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the well-being of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.



  • ‘Learning Together, Respecting each other’

    • Provide high quality and stimulating teaching that challenges and motivates the children
    • Provide an ambitious and successfully adapted curriculum, designed and developed for all pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities and disadvantaged pupils, that is relevant to the 21st century and which promotes academic, physical, creative, social, emotional and spiritual development
    • Enhances all pupil’s knowledge, skills and understanding across all subjects with a cross curricular approach, providing pupils with outstanding skills in reading, writing and mathematics, which form the cornerstone of lifelong learning.
    • Help children to develop high self-esteem and self-motivation so that there is enthusiasm for learning and appropriate expectations of themselves and others, both academically and socially
    • Encourage children to persevere in the face of difficulties and to make informed choices by developing their sense of personal responsibility, self-discipline and independence
    • Develop our children to be valued contributors to society and to recognise the value of others
    • Encourage exemplary manners, the development of positive social relationships, tolerance and respect for all members of the school and wider community
    • Promote open and two-way relationships between school, home and the wider community to benefit all. 



     Wood End Learner Traits