Wood Farm Primary School

Working with others

Wood Farm School has been designated as a National Support School by the Department for Education, and the Head teacher is a National Leader of Education.  We work with other schools to provide support and training and development, in those areas where we have particular experience and expertise.

Some of those areas include:

  • A strong track record in helping children make the best possible progress regardless of background
  • Providing effective support to vulnerable learners with an inclusive approach 
  • Strategic leadership particularly around planning and implementing change for improvement 


Click below to read more about the particular areas of experience of our leaders:

  • David Lewin
    Executive Head teacher
  • Hannah Barton
    Deputy Head teacher
  • Louise Holman
    Deputy Head teacher
  • Gail Connelly
    Deputy Head teacher
  • Natasha Ashwin
    Lead for Professional Learning
  • Anna Neal
    Assistant Head teacher
  • Sarah Fellows
    Mathematics Leader

We work closely with our colleagues in Oxfordshire County Council and the Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance to provide tailored support for schools looking for input in their school improvement work.

To discuss how our team could support your school please contact the head teacher's Personal Assistant, Julia Durrant, on 01865 762575.


Attend our training sessions

Professionals can join leaders from Wood Farm School for online training sessions, facilitated by the Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance. 

Click here to book onto online staff training through the OTSA portal or find links to specific upcoming training sessions below: 


Differentiation through mastery teaching in primary mathematics 

Delivered by Sarah Fellows, Thursday 22nd June 2023, 4pm - 5pm


Previous sessions include:

Differentiation through mastery teaching in primary mathematics by Sarah Fellows

Developing effective skills in effective subject leadership by Natasha Ashwin