Woods Loke Primary School

Welcome to Woods Loke Primary School

Headteacher's Welcome

I would like to offer a warm welcome to Woods Loke Primary School. We take pride as a school in our achievements and hard work; not only with children but staff too. We provide a very rich and exciting curriculum through our topic work along with a calming and purposeful environment in which children are able to develop new skills, take on challenges and identify their next steps in their learning.

Thank you for taking the time to look at our school website. If you require any further information, please contact the school through the main office.

Parents and pupils can now access the learning platform through the links on the website. You will be able to view class and topic community pages where you can find information about your themes for the term and take part in quizzes and forums to help develop communication across the school

 

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  • Norfolk Children's Book Centre

    Children had a great opportunity today to listen to a range of extracts of different genres read by Tom from the book centre. They then had a chance to browse the wide selection of books and purchase their favourite. Thank you to Miss Pitchers and Mrs Temple for organising this event.

  • Year 5/6 Marina Theatre Pantomime and BBHS Production

    On Tuesday afternoon Years 5 and 6 went to see Cinderella at the Marina Theatre in Lowestoft. We all had a fantastic time. Mr Graham was saved from any embarrassment this year from the ugly sisters.

    Year 6 were also invited to see the Christmas production at Benjamin Britten High School. It was a pleasure  to see such talented children and many who came from Woods Loke Primary. A wonderful extravaganza which the children will not forget.

  • Year 3/4 London Trip

    On Friday 4th of July the children in Years 3 and 4 enjoyed a fanststic trip to the Science Museum in London. A great time was had by all! The children enjoyed seeing all the famous London Landmarks that we have been learning about in our lessons.

  • Year 6 London Trip

    Year 6 children had an amazing experience on Wednesday 2nd July in London to see the West End Musical 'Wicked'. We all enjoyed lunch  beside the Thames, taking in the sights of London. We hope it will be a trip the children will never forget.

  • Science Day

    On Friday, Woods Loke was overrun by mad scientists as part of our science day. Children were made to think the world and what we might need for the future.

  • Kwick Cricket Tournament

    Congratulations to all children in KS2 who took part in the Kwick Cricket tournaments last week. Not only did the children behave excellently, we had two winning teams also. Well done!

  • Tag Rugby Tournament

    Well done to the Year 6 boys and girls who took part in the Tag Rugby Tournament last Wednesday.

  • North Suffolk Swimming Gala

    Well done to all of the children who took part in the North Suffolk Swimming gala on June 18th. The  results between the competing schools were very close but it was eventually Pakefield Primary School who won a place at the County Final in Bury St Edmunds with Woods Loke just missing out on the medals coming in 4th place. There were some fantastic individual performances by the team who should all be very proud of the way they represented their school.  Mr Graham

  • Thursday 5th June

    Well done to all of the children who competed in the North Lowestoft Swimming gala today. Team A  came 5th overall with Team B coming an excellent 2nd place. Team B now go on to compete against the winners of the South Lowestoft competition on June 18th. Well done everybody!   Mr Graham &  Mrs Thomas (and special thanks to Mrs Lamy, who gave up her morning to help us)

  • Kentwell Hall Tudor Day - Years 5 and 6

    Year 5 and 6 pupils spent a really exciting day at Kentwell Hall on Tuesday (24th June). Kentwell was completly transformed into the Tudor era complete with 150 actors for the event and this allowed the children to completly immerse themselves into Tudor life.  We all donned our Tudor outfits and enjoyed various activities around the hall and grounds which really brought our Tudor topic alive for us. A memorable day was had by all.

    Mr Graham