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Welcome to Woodlands Park Gallery
Here you can see pictures of all the different things going on at Woodlands Park
Dolphin Class Outdoor Art
Woodlands Park Allotment
At Woodlands Park we like to grow our own fruit and vegetables. When we have enough, we give them to our cook, Mrs Copeland, to use in our school dinners. Last year we provided carrots, onions, garlic, potatoes, beans, rhubarb, leeks, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries. This year we have leeks, sweetcorn, onions, garlic, celery, carrots, potatoes, cauliflowers, broccoli, courgettes, marrows,lettuce, strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, cooking apples and lots of different herbs. The environment club help to look after the allotment as well as the chickens.
Woodlands Park University February and March 2015
The children finished their Degree Courses in March and we held our Graduation Ceremony at the beginning of May 2015. Here are some photographs from the courses and also from the ceremony.
Remembrance Service November 2014
This year we created our own Remembrance Garden as a focal point for our Remembrance Service on November 11th. The children placed poppies that they had made in the garden and we observed two minutes silence. The garden was created using replica artefacts and theatrical barbed wire. The garden will remain as a permanent memorial at the
At Woodlands Park we like to take our learning outside as often as possible. Here, the year one children are taking part in a lesson on time and reading a clock.
Woodlands Park University 2014
During the Spring Term 2014, the children attended University Degree Courses. The children were given a prospectus and then they had to apply for their chosen courses. The courses lasted five weeks and we held a graduation ceremony on 2nd May. The Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead came to present the children with their scrolls. Look in the 'Latest News' section to see the photographs.
Degree in Chicken Care