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Colin Parry recently visited our school.  He is well known for his charity work - Foundation for Peace.  His son, Tim was killed during the IRA bombing in March 1993 in Warrington.

Pictured Lat Blaylock editor or RE Today Magazine.



Jeremy Gilley, English actor, filmmaker and founder of the charity Peace One Day with Steve Cooke Director of Communications Peace Parade International Org. November 2011

Mr Roop Singh visited Woodheys Primary School and worked with our year 3 class.  The pupils had an amazing and informative day.....please visit Miss Ashraf´s Class page for more details.

Mr Roop Singh visited Woodheys Primary School and worked with our year 3 class.  The pupils Woodheys celebrated a whole school Spanish Day in April 2010. During Assembly we talked about the importance of learning Spanish at school. We also have some special guests who came to show us Mexican folk dances from two regions: Veracruz and Jalisco. Señora Valois teaches Spanish to our KS2 pupils is pictured with two of her friends.had an amazing and informative day.....please visit Miss Ashraf´s Class page for more details.


Please visit the Spanish Section on our website for further information.

Desmond Tutu being gifted his Peace Mala after his service at St.Georges Cathedral, Cape Town, South Africa February 6th 2009. He is pictured with Mrs Daniels, Jayne Martin and Judy Mayotte who is seated in a wheelchair.  Judy Mayotte read a reading during the service.

Bonnie Tyler presenting Woodheys Primary School with a further Peace Award in Cardiff September 2009.


Archbishop Ndungane and Dr. Ramphele - Steve Biko´s widow pictured in Cape Town South Africa.

Mark Dowd from Eco Project Noah discussing the Peace Mala with Woodheys pupils at Manchester Cathedral.

Archbishop John Sentanu with pupils at Manchester Cathedral.

Moeen from Global Vision.

Matthew pictured with Graham Brady MP.

Trevor Macdonald pictured with Mrs Daniels at Big Ben 150 years launch.

Trevor Macdonald pictured with Mrs Daniels at Big Ben 150 years launch.


David McNulty Chief Executive for Trafford pictured with Mrs Daniels and Robyn and Heather our Afritwin Visitors from Gordon Road Girls School endorsing the Peace Mala.


Lord David Puttnam Film Director and founder member of the National Teaching Awards.


Marcus Brigstocke, writer, presenter and Radio 4 regular at the Teaching Awards, London wearing his Peace Mala.


Peace Mala  bracelets are an ethical fashion item.


Peace Malas worn by Woodheys pupils.


Rik Waddon, Beiijing Paralympic Silver Medalist 2008 presented Woodheys pupils with an ´Outstanding´ Achievement Award at the ´Healthy Schools Ceremony´ at Sale Waterside, Nov ´08.


Mrs Daniels pictured with Rik Waddon and his Silver Medal.


Paul Ross, T.V. Presenter, at the National Energy Awards Ceremony, Globe Theatre London, December 2008. 


Darren Campbell, Olympic Gold Medallist 2004 being presented with his Peace Mala at the Healthy Schools Awards, Sale Waterside.


Kim Eng, partner of Eckhart Tolle author of "The New Earth" & "Power of Now."

 Mrs Daniels with Pam Evans who created Peace Mala, Spiritual Leader Lama Khyismar Rinpoche who is a patron and Vanessa who wrote the ´Global Prayer for Peace.´ All at the Peace Mala Garden Party in Swansea, Wales.


Peace Mala reaches the Ashinika tribe in the Amazon Jungle! Mrs Daniels took part in Trek Peru to Machu Picchu, South America for Breast Cancer Care.


Denise Hagan visited our school in January 2009.



Tarun Kapur CBE Executive Head of Ashton-on-Mersey High School, Broadoak and Parrswood Secondary Schools. 


Mrs Daniels met Chris Eubank who was very enthusiastic about the Peace Mala Project.


Annette Nelson, Trafford’s Diversity and Equality Advisor with pictured with an RE Inspector from HMI.


Humanism a system of thought that rejects religious beliefs and centres on humans and their values, capacities and worth.

Robin Grinter is a Cambridge Professor who follows Humanism



Elsie Buthelezie in the Emmanuel Cathedral in Durban. She was the first black South African broadcaster and received a lifetime achievement award for her good works in South Africa. Her brother-in-law is Zulu Royalty and an important political figure.


This is David Gray wearing a rainbow scarf and Peace Mala. He is already a minister and Franciscan brother and is studying on the same Interfaith Course as Mrs Daniels. He wishes at a later date to become an Interfaith minister. Mr Gray is looking forward to conducting Interfaith Assemblies in schools based on Peace Mala.

Mr Gray compared at the Manchester Outstanding Behaviour Awards. Mrs Daniels gave him Peace Malas to gift to the 20 winners. A member of U2 was sat next to him.




Mrs Daniels attended a meeting in Macclesfield where Mr Terry Waite was a guest speaker.  Mrs Daniels was able to gift him a Peace Mala.

Mrs Sharman is the Wife of the Secretary General of the Commonwealth, both Mr and Mrs Sharman are from India. Mrs Sharman congratulated the children on their important commitment to becoming Global Citizens of the future. Here she is proudly wearing her Peace Mala bracelet.

Woodheys Primary School was invited to attend The Commonwealth Secretariat in March. Here are extracts from their presentation.




"In the past, Woodheys has been commended for a whole team approach consistently enriching pupils learning by uniting the issues of nature and sustainability with the aspects of spirituality, Peace and multicultural education.´ How well this links to the words below from this year’s Commonwealth 60th Year poster.

"The Commonwealth works to instill in young people the spirit of peace, social cohesion and harmony, multiculturalism, commitment for human rights, respect and understanding, freedom, equality and moral values.

In 2009, the Commonwealth celebrates 60 years of existence as a family of different peoples, cultures and religions living together.  Unity in diversity, and solidarity through shared values, are the ties that bind us together."