Highwood Primary School is one of nine schools represented in the Woodley cluster. The school is a one from entry school and has a Speech and Language resource for children who have been diagnosed as having Specific Language Impairment as their primary need. Speech and Language therapists from the National Health Service are based at the school to provide support for the pupils in the resource.
The school has a nursery with morning and afternoon provision. The school is very diverse in it’s make up and has above national averages of children with statements and those who are eligible for free school meals. The school works closely with the Wokingham SEND department, which is based on the Highwood site but is not part of the school. Highwood is graded as a good school by Ofsted.
Where to go
- Highwood Primary School
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
School runs from 8.45am to 3.10pm.
We also run a breakfast club from 7.45am to the start of school and after school club from the end of school until 6pm.
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