Proposed bringing together of Wood End Infant School and Wood End Academy to form a single primary school
Wood End Infant School and Wood End Academy are both good schools. Governors at both schools believe that bringing the schools together into a single primary school would enable us to improve further and achieve more for our pupils and our community.
Ealing Council and the Governing Bodies of both Wood End Infant School and Wood End Academy are proposing to join the schools together with one head teacher and one governing body from September 2021. Wood End Infant School and Wood End Academy would become Wood End Primary – a single school for pupils from Nursery to Year 6, instead of separate infant and junior schools.
Wood End Primary would use the present sites and buildings of Wood End Infant and Wood End Academy. The primary school would have places for 60 children per year to join Reception i.e. a Published Admission Number of 60. The existing Nursery provision would continue. All pupils attending the schools at present or due to join Nursery, Reception or Year 3 in September 2021 would automatically have places at the primary school.
A consultation document that explains the proposal in more detail is available below.
Ealing Council and the Governing Bodies would welcome your views about this proposal. Please have your say before the consultation ends on 11th December 2020.