RT @MrsSavage_RSW: Amazing thoughtfulness from Key Stage 2 in our Autism Awareness discussion in Collective Worship time ~ we wrote an acro… RT @MrsSavage_RSW: A is for Anxious ~ we heard how lots of noise, in the hall and on the playground can seem really overwhelming and cause… RT @MrsSavage_RSW: U is for unique ~ understand that people with autism are unique, we are all unique! #AutismAwareness @R_S_Wood RT @MrsSavage_RSW: T is for Together. This was suggested by a Year 3 pupil who said "if you have a friend with Autism or if you have Autism… RT @MrsSavage_RSW: I is for include everybody and S is for support as suggested by one of our Year 6 pupils said "think about how you can s… RT @MrsSavage_RSW: M is for be mindful, an amazingly sensitive contribution from Sophie in Year 3 who said "be mindful as in if someone doe… RT @MissReed_RSW: WOW. What a team. They had already impressed me by making it to the finals and today they played their socks off to come… RT @MissCunnRSW: Beech loved circuit training today in PE today! They have filled out their fitness journal and will compare this each week… Term 5 Newsletters for Years 4, 5 & 6 https://t.co/iSd3HaJKuZ Term 5 Newsletters for Year 1, 2 & 3 https://t.co/orGeDE823A


Selecting a school for your child’s education can be complex and is one of the most important decisions a parent makes.

The school you choose in the early years of your child’s education has a huge impact on their future successes and happiness. Robsack Wood is an exciting, exuberant and welcoming academy where children from 3 months to 11 years old flourish in a safe and stimulating environment. We create a powerful learning culture which focuses on children having high aspirations thus achieving their full potential.

The academy has impressive facilities which ensure our pupils are able to learn in exceptional environments which promote creativity and motivation. Outdoor learning, Forest Schools, an Early Years Village approach and Extended Schools are unique to Robsack Wood.

Robsack Wood is incredibly proud of all of its pupils and their achievements and we urge you to come and see us in action to find out more.

Caroline Thayre
Executive Principal