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Woolenwick Infant and Nursery School is a Community School opened in 1976 and is located in a residential area in Stevenage. It serves the Old Town and Symonds Green communities.

The school symbol, an acorn, is featured within the mural in the entrance to the school exemplifying the saying, ‘tall oaks from little acorns grow.’ 

The school has undergone a period of alteration and refurbishment resulting in the extension of the Foundation Stage wing, a Sensory room, an Atelier (Art Studio) and Sky Room both with retractable glass roofs completed in 2011.  We are proud of our school building and learning environment.


Infants Prospectus





This booklet is designed to tell you about our Nursery.

At Woolenwick Nursery our aim is to provide a happy, caring, stimulating environment where your child feels secure and can learn at his/her own pace.

We value all our children equally and aim for each child to make maximum progress.

We aim to make the Nursery a warm, friendly, inviting place for parents and carers too, where we work together in partnership - valuing your primary role in knowing, understanding and teaching your child.



Nursery Prospectus





Summer Term Newsletter No.5

The Fifth Summer Term Newsletter is now available to download


Coronavirus (COVID-19): Closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers - GOV.UK

Information for parents and carers about the closure of schools and other educational settings following the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).






From the Comet


Children from Woolenwick Infant and Nursery School gave Paddington a very warm welcome with special bunting and colourful postcards for the legendary bear.

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Children at Woolenwick Infant and Nursery School in Stevenage have made banners and posters encouraging change for a greener world, as part of last Thursday's Earth Day - an annual event promoting environmental protection.

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 Artwork depicting spring by pupils at Woolenwick Infant and Nursery School in Stevenage is currently making a colourful window display at Co-op Funeralcare in the town's High Street.

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Schools across Stevenage have been taking part in the national Great Big Art Exhibition, celebrating diverse creative talent and promoting unity during the pandemic.

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Schoolchildren in Stevenage have led a community project which has culminated in a stunning work of art aimed at inspiring hope during the coronavirus crisis.

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A trail of rainbows has appeared in Stevenage as families and schoolchildren cheer on our key workers with messages of hope and solidarity.


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Pupils inspired by an award-winning author and illustrator embraced the Hertfordshire Year of Culture 2020 themes of ‘try something new’ and ‘skills development’ by drawing...upside down!

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There are 47 schools in Stevenage, North Herts, St Albans and Hitchin and Harpenden that are currently rated as 'outstanding' by Ofsted.

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Youngsters at a Stevenage school ended the year on a high after the town’s mayor paid a visit to celebrate the openings of two new facilities – which coincides...

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Children are normally more used to meeting Buzz Lightyear but it was former astronaut and veteran of the Apollo 11 moon landings Buzz Aldrin who splashed down to meet pupils from Woolenwick Infant & Nursery School in Stevenage.

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Hosted by Stevenage Museum take a look at our Arc of Hope as part of the Stevenage Digital Timeline!

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