Kerry Stockdale
Deputy Headteacher

Cultural capital is the essential knowledge that children need to prepare for future success. It is about giving children the best possible start in their education. Our curriculum in all areas enhances the experiences and opportunities available to all our pupils.Cultural capital experiences and opportunities at Woolston Brook school range from improving our vocabulary to visiting the park and doing rock climbing and coaststeering on school camp. Every Friday, groups of pupils access lyric writing and recording with ‘Vital Signs’ which deepens their love of music whilst exploring real job opportunities in the music industry.Our Arts, Sports and Food Technology Learning Journey incorporates a wealth of opportunities to go on visits to museums, art galleries, sports arenas, supermarkets and use our parent’s expertise and knowledge. We find many of parents are able to contribute to new learning and extend experiences in a positive way.


November 2018: A Coffee morning was held in school to showcase the Art Exhibition and Art Garden.

November 2018: We were delighted to host an art exhibition called ‘Journey into Light’, created by prisoners from Styal and Thorn Cross prisons.  The aim of these pieces of work was to demonstrate the experiences of prisoners and the stories behind their convictions and sentences.  

BGMedia | Vocal Kords x Eskape – Stronger (Prod. by Vital Signs & Anno Domini).

Peace Doves