Woolston Brook School
Woolston Brook School is a school in Warrington for children who have an Education Health Care Plan. There are about 70 children in the school: less than 20 in the Primary part of the school known as the Cardell Centre and the remainder are in the Secondary part of the school.
Warrington is a large town of about 215,000 people in the north-west of England. It is in the county of Cheshire and just north of Manchester. The town was famous for wire-making among other things during the industrial revolution and its rugby league team is among the best in the UK. It occupies an area of 17.3 sq mi (44.9 km2).
Please click on the class name below to see the animals that the school’s pupils sent to be cared for at the Bowdleflodes’ zoo.