Welcome to Forest Way

    At Forest Way our vision is simple: we want every learner to ‘Thrive at Forest Way’. We aim to promote and value every young person and your child will be placed at the heart of everything we do.​ We take pride in the strength of our school community and you as parents are an integral part of this. You know your child best and we believe that working together is the best way. Staff in our school have an immense knowledge and understanding of our young people and work with each individual to ensure they feel safe and happy in school. We ensure that we are aspirational and that we meet the holistic needs of our pupils and young people.

    We are all very proud of our school and would love to share what we do with you. I hope that this website gives you the information you need but please do not hesitate to give us a call if you would like further information.

    Best wishes

    Head Teacher

    • KS2 girls table tennis

      On 26th September, a group of students participated in the KS2 Girls Table Tennis tournament at Newbridge school. The students participated in lots of rounds against other local primary schools. The girls did an amazing job. As well as showing great sportsmanship, they won three of their games! .

      KS2 girls table tennisOn 26th September, a group of students participated in the KS2 Girls Table Tennis tournament at Newbridge school
    • motiv8

      On 22nd September, Oaks 4 visited Motiv8 Studio in Ashby to participate in a martial arts/fitness based session. Everyone had an enjoyable and memorable time.

      motiv8On 22nd September, Oaks 4 visited Motiv8 Studio in Ashby to participate in a martial arts/fitness based session
    • motiv8

      On 22nd September, Oaks 4 visited Motiv8 Studio in Ashby to participate in a martial arts/fitness based session. Everyone had an enjoyable and memorable time.

      motiv8On 22nd September, Oaks 4 visited Motiv8 Studio in Ashby to participate in a martial arts/fitness based session
    • Motiv8

      On 22nd September, Oaks 4 visited Motiv8 Studio in Ashby to participate in a martial arts/fitness based session. Everyone had an enjoyable and memorable time.

      Motiv8On 22nd September, Oaks 4 visited Motiv8 Studio in Ashby to participate in a martial arts/fitness based session
    • Roald dahl day

      Acorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile.

      Roald dahl dayAcorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile
    • Roald dahl day

      Acorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile.

      Roald dahl dayAcorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile
    • Roald dahl day

      Acorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile.

      Roald dahl dayAcorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile
    • Roald dahl day

      Acorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile.

      Roald dahl dayAcorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile
    • Roald dahl day

      Acorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile.

      Roald dahl dayAcorns 2 celebrated Roald Dahl Day by sharing the story of the Enormous Crocodile
    • Leicester city in the community

      On 25th May we had a visit from the equality, diversity & inclusion coordinator at Leicester City in the Community. A group of secondary-aged students participated in a football skills session, run by two Leicester City football coaches. The students practised a range of football skills and explored different tactics and strategies, when it comes to invasion games. A big well done to all the students involved and a special thank you to the coaches for a lovely session.

      Leicester city in the communityOn 25th May we had a visit from the equality, diversity & inclusion coordinator at Leicester City in the Community
    • Quidditch

      On 16th May, North West Leicestershire Schools Partnership Trust came to Forest Way to host an alternative sport session. This was for a large group of our primary aged students. The students participated in a session of Quidditch! We learnt the basics of the game and the skills required for this alternative sport, before going into a large game at the end. A massive well done to all the students, who had a great time learning something new!

      QuidditchOn 16th May, North West Leicestershire Schools Partnership Trust came to Forest Way to host an alternative sport session
    • BikeAbility level 2

      On 28 April, some of our Oaks students all successfully gained their level 2 BikeAbility certificates. This training develops skills for cycling on single lane roads, including junctions and moderate traffic. All students were observed completing successful and frequent safety observations, maintaining suitable riding positions, communicating intentions to others and understanding road priorities on junctions.

      BikeAbility level 2On 28 April, some of our Oaks students all successfully gained their level 2 BikeAbility certificates
    • BikeAbility level 2

      On 28 April, some of our Oaks students all successfully gained their level 2 BikeAbility certificates. This training develops skills for cycling on single lane roads, including junctions and moderate traffic. All students were observed completing successful and frequent safety observations, maintaining suitable riding positions, communicating intentions to others and understanding road priorities on junctions.

      BikeAbility level 2On 28 April, some of our Oaks students all successfully gained their level 2 BikeAbility certificates
    • Sports leaders

      On Tuesday, 26th April, Forest Way Schools' Level 1 and Level 2 Sports Leaders, participated in leading the 'East Midlands Final School Games', at Loughborough University. 

      Sports leadersOn Tuesday, 26th April, Forest Way Schools' Level 1 and Level 2 Sports Leaders, participated in leading the 'East Midlands Final School Games', at Loughborough University
    • Sports ability festival

      On Thursday, 24th March, Forest Way School participated in a 'Sports Ability Festival' hosted by 'Leicester City School Sport & Physical Activity Network' at Green Towers Hinckley Club. We participated in a range of multi - sport athletics-based activities and worked on improving their individual scores on each station.

      Sports ability festivalOn Thursday, 24th March, Forest Way School participated in a 'Sports Ability Festival' hosted by 'Leicester City School Sport & Physical Activity Network' at Green Towers Hinckley Club