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Our Pastoral Team

Woodland Community Primary School is a highly inclusive school with a dedicated team who strive to continually remove barriers for our children and their families.  Our team are highly skilled and experienced in delivering tiered support to all families who require it.  The core Inclusion Offer at our school is for all families. As part of our open door culture, our Child Welfare Lead, Georgina Bradley and our Pastoral Officer, June Williams are dedicated full time to supporting families in need. 


This routinely includes:


  • Available during the school day for phone calls, emails and advice
  • Signposting to specialist services
  • Specific advice linked to parenting or behavioural issues
  • Assistance with the completion of forms e.g. Transfer Forms, High School Applications, DLA Forms, Housing Issues
  • Weekly Informal Drop-Ins with Parents and Carers
  • Crisis Assistance
  • Liaising with other services to support families

In addition to our universal offer, we provide targeted support and intervention based on the specific needs of individual children and families. Some interventions are delivered by our highly skilled staff whilst others are through external providers.  


These include:


Wellbeing Dominoes

Drawing and Talking Therapy

Soft Start Breakfast Club

PSHE Lunchtime Groups


Early Break


Holding Families

Wishes and Feelings Family Work




HAF Out of School Programme- see below for Summer 2022 offer

Dear Schools


Please see the free activities available to children that are eligible for benefits related free school meals during the 2022 school Summer holidays on the web link below.  Booking and session information will go live from Monday 20th June 2022.


Parents/guardians need to book with each individual activity provider. The details for booking will be on the webpage when they click on the town and then on each activity.  Parents/guardians should check with the provider that the programme is suitable for their child’s age range and any additional needs their child has.


Who can access the programme?

 The holiday activity and food programme is intended to support all school age children who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals.  Children who are not in receipt of benefits-related free school meals, but who are considered as in need of this provision by professionals working in Early Help and Schools services can also access the provision.  This may include children assessed as being in need, cared for children, previously cared for children, children with an education, health and care plan (EHC), children assessed as otherwise vulnerable, or children living in areas of high deprivation.


What's included?

 Each eligible child or young person will be able to access up to 16 days provision during the holidays. Each provider will offer:

·         At least one meal that meets school meal standards during the session.

·         Enjoyable activities. These vary from provider to provider but may include creative, enriching or physical activities.

·         Socialising and friendly spaces to build relationships.

 We have partnered with Evouchers (part of Wonde) to support our HAF provision for the Summer Holiday Activity and Food programme 2022.


How it works

·         Log in to your Evouchers account

·         Create a new order from 20th June 2022

·         Select the voucher type HAF funded by Rochdale Borough Council

·         Send vouchers to your eligible families

View step-by-step instructions


Once vouchers are received by parents, they will be able to:

·         Browse specific providers

·         Book their children on activities

·         Provide additional information around allergy, dietary and SEND



*The HAF programme is in addition to the free school meal vouchers that can still be purchased through E Vouchers and sent to eligible families.


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