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

    • Meeting santa

      Over the last couple of days, our pupils have been visiting Santa in his grotto. Merry Christmas everyone!

      Meeting santaOver the last couple of days, our pupils have been visiting Santa in his grotto
    • Meeting santa

      Over the last couple of days, our pupils have been visiting Santa in his grotto. Merry Christmas everyone!

      Meeting santaOver the last couple of days, our pupils have been visiting Santa in his grotto
    • Meeting santa

      Over the last couple of days, our pupils have been visiting Santa in his grotto. Merry Christmas everyone!

      Meeting santaOver the last couple of days, our pupils have been visiting Santa in his grotto
    • Good news!

      Great news!! We're all on the good list!!! The pupils have all spent the last two days visiting Santa in his grotto.

      Good news!Great news!! We're all on the good list!!! The pupils have all spent the last two days visiting Santa in his grotto
    • Christmas cards

      This lovely Christmas card was designed by a pupil in Oaks 10. It will be winging its way towards some of our friends, supporters and business partners over the next few days. Merry Christmas everyone!.

      Christmas cardsThis lovely Christmas card was designed by a pupil in Oaks 10
    • Christmas cards

      This lovely Christmas card was designed by a pupil in Acorns 5. It will be winging its way towards some of our friends, supporters and business partners over the next few days. Merry Christmas everyone!

      Christmas cardsThis lovely Christmas card was designed by a pupil in Acorns 5
    • table cricket

      Today we had our first visit from the Cricket Development Officer for Inclusion from Leicestershire County Cricket Club. A group of students had their first session of table cricket today, learning the new rules and working in a team, ready to prepare for the county competition in the new year. All the students showed great skill and determination and had a fun filled morning!.

      table cricketToday we had our first visit from the Cricket Development Officer for Inclusion from Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    • table cricket

      Today we had our first visit from the Cricket Development Officer for Inclusion from Leicestershire County Cricket Club. A group of students had their first session of table cricket today, learning the new rules and working in a team, ready to prepare for the county competition in the new year. All the students showed great skill and determination and had a fun filled morning!

      table cricketToday we had our first visit from the Cricket Development Officer for Inclusion from Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    • table cricket

      Today we had our first visit from the Cricket Development Officer for Inclusion from Leicestershire County Cricket Club. A group of students had their first session of table cricket today, learning the new rules and working in a team, ready to prepare for the county competition in the new year. All the students showed great skill and determination and had a fun filled morning!

      table cricketToday we had our first visit from the Cricket Development Officer for Inclusion from Leicestershire County Cricket Club
    • ultimate frisbee

      This last academic term, many of our students have been engaging in learning the fundamentals of a new upcoming competitive sport, ultimate frisbee. Many students have been practising this within the Oaks Ultimate Frisbee after school club, as well as within Key Stage 3 PE lessons, looking at the more complex strategies and skills needed for the sport. Well done to all the students on developing their sporting knowledge and skill base of invasion games.

      ultimate frisbeeThis last academic term, many of our students have been engaging in learning the fundamentals of a new upcoming competitive sport, ultimate frisbee
    • ultimate frisbee

      This last academic term, many of our students have been engaging in learning the fundamentals of a new upcoming competitive sport, ultimate frisbee. Many students have been practising this within the Oaks Ultimate Frisbee after school club, as well as within Key Stage 3 PE lessons, looking at the more complex strategies and skills needed for the sport. Well done to all the students on developing their sporting knowledge and skill base of invasion games.

      ultimate frisbeeThis last academic term, many of our students have been engaging in learning the fundamentals of a new upcoming competitive sport, ultimate frisbee
    • ultimate frisbee

      This last academic term, many of our students have been engaging in learning the fundamentals of a new upcoming competitive sport, ultimate frisbee. Many students have been practising this within the Oaks Ultimate Frisbee after school club, as well as within Key Stage 3 PE lessons, looking at the more complex strategies and skills needed for the sport. Well done to all the students on developing their sporting knowledge and skill base of invasion games.

      ultimate frisbeeThis last academic term, many of our students have been engaging in learning the fundamentals of a new upcoming competitive sport, ultimate frisbee
    • Dodgeball

      On 23rd November Forest Way School participated in a dodgeball festival at Ashby School. The students participated in fun competitions and games with lots of different schools around the area, whilst being supported by the North West Leicestershire School Sports Partnership Trust. None of the students were afraid to get stuck in and they all displayed both teamwork and honesty with their play.

      DodgeballOn 23rd November Forest Way School participated in a dodgeball festival at Ashby School
    • communication news

      The Menphys Charity and the Randal Foundation have developed the Digital Communication Aid Project to support the development of some of our students' communication skills.

      communication newsThe Menphys Charity and the Randal Foundation have developed the Digital Communication Aid Project to support the development of some of our students' communication skills
    • Communication news

      The Menphys Charity and the Randal Foundation have developed the Digital Communication Aid Project to support the development of some of our students' communication skills.

      Communication newsThe Menphys Charity and the Randal Foundation have developed the Digital Communication Aid Project to support the development of some of our students' communication skills
    • Communication News

      The Menphys Charity and the Randal Foundation have developed the Digital Communication Aid Project to support the development of some of our students' communication skills.

      Communication NewsThe Menphys Charity and the Randal Foundation have developed the Digital Communication Aid Project to support the development of some of our students' communication skills
    • ten pin bowling event

      On the 15th November Forest Way School participated in a Panathlon Special School Ten Pin Bowling Event at East Street Lanes in Leicester.  Well done to CCB who won two individual awards: one for the highest individual score of the whole competition and also the individual with the most strikes/spares!.

      ten pin bowling eventOn the 15th November Forest Way School participated in a Panathlon Special School Ten Pin Bowling Event at East Street Lanes in Leicester
    • Ten Pin bowling event

      On the 15th November Forest Way School participated in a Panathlon Special School Ten Pin Bowling Event at East Street Lanes in Leicester. This event was hosted by Leicester City SPPAN, the School Sport & Physical Activity Network. Forest Way School came 2nd, and all walked away with silver medals. One of our students won two individual awards: one for the highest individual score of the whole competition and also the individual with the most strikes/spares! 

      Ten Pin bowling eventOn the 15th November Forest Way School participated in a Panathlon Special School Ten Pin Bowling Event at East Street Lanes in Leicester