Castle Wood School

Transforming the lives of pupils through learning, innovation, inclusion and partnerships

Outstanding teaching is characterised by lively creative and imaginative learning (Ofsted 2015). Parents are well supported by the school and partnership working between home and school is very strong (Ofsted 2015). Pupils individual needs are met very effectively by diligent staff and exciting activities (Ofsted 2015). Senior leaders and governors have created a positive learning climate enabling pupils to thrive (Ofsted 2015). Pupils are enthusiastic learners (Ofsted 2015). Lessons are typified by a wide range of creative stimulating and interesting activities for pupils (Ofsted 2015). Parents are well supported by the school, and partnership working between home and school is very strong Parents hold the school in high regard (Ofsted 2015).

Saturday club

We run a Saturday Club for children aged 3-11 with additional needs and their siblings. The club is run at Castle Wood School where we have full use of the excellent facilities. Activities include swimming, soft play, messy play, art, sensory activities and outdoor play.

We have received funding from Children in Need to continue to run our Saturday Club for the next two years. 

When applying for the funding we had to specify three outcomes which we wanted to achieve. The chosen outcomes we are working on at Saturday Club are:

  • Happier children 
  • Improved communication 
  • Greater independence 

Unfortunately Saturday Club is full and we have an extensive waiting list. 

We have now made the decision to close the waiting list due to high demand so we will not be taking any further enquiries unfortunately.