Parents and Carers


Please can you inform the School Office of any changes to personal information to enable us to keep our record up to date.

We’ve shared info with families several times about familyfund   but there was a press release today about increased funding that families can claim for directly to support their child’s complex needs

The ILEAP Charity has a free membership offer during the pandemic to ensure those who may be feeling a little isolated can access opportunities designed to keep creative and connected at this time, helping to maintain positive mental health.
ILEAP can help you to register and are happy to personalise their services to meet your requirements so please get in touch. 
Children aged 4 - 12 years can access free activities at the moment by registering and selecting Childrens Activities from the activities drop down menu.
Visit for further information

Parent Updates

New! Woodlands News & Information App 

Woodlands School will no longer be issuing a weekly newsletter but will instead be using our new application called Schoolzine.  You can access this new application by clicking on the link below on your personal computer, laptop or mobile device.

Schoolzine is a great way to keep up to date with our latest news and information.  Using Schoolzine will give you easy access to information such as 

Lastest News, Reminders & The School Calendar.

Schoolzine is also available as a mobile app enabling you to sync your personal calendar and filter news and diary dates.

Szapp installation


Parents - Useful Links

Support Poster

Child Net

Net Aware - NSPCC

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command

Warwickshire children and families page

Parenting courses and support

Family and relationship support

Money and debt support

SEND support and info

SEND social care support

Keeping your child safe

Family support drop-in's in your local area

Family Information Service

Family Fund

Autism information and advice

Cerebral Palsy information and advice

Down syndrome information and advice

Royal National Institute of Blind People

Coventry and Warwickshire mind

Challenging behaviour information and advice

CAMHS drop-in sessions

How to Calm a Child with Autism

Create a Sensory Safe Yard for Children with Special Needs

Sensory Processing Treatments

Estate Planning for Parents of Children with Autism

Classroom Accomadations for Children with Sensory Processing Disorders

Moving with Children with Special Needs

Learning About Autism from the autism education trust

No Excuse for Abuse Media Pack

CAMHS Resources

Soundabout Projects

Rainbow Cup

American Football SEND Active

Rainbow Cup

SEND Active Fun of the Fair

RISE Support

National Sports Week


Calendar of Active Sports Days

Boccia at Home

Golf at home


Vaccines - It is important that you and your family still have routine vaccinations. They protect against serious and potentially deadly illnesses. Contact your GP practice for more information.

Mental Health Wellbeing Posters

Dance those troubles away with your child’s favourite Disney character. For this and more ideas to get active with the kids go to the link on the right.

National School Sports Week