Tredway Woodsworth Public School's Mission Statement
Tredway Woodsworth Public School is located in Toronto East and is named after a prominent Scarborough pioneer who exemplified leadership in the community. The school opened in September 1956 with ten classrooms and one Kindergarten room. Currently, our two-storey school accommodates 35 classes, in 33 classrooms and serves a student population representing a rich diversity of cultural backgrounds. William Tredway and JS Woodsworth combined in 2015 to become Tredway Woodsworth Public School.
Tredway Woodsworth is a dual-track school, offering instruction in English from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 and French Immersion from Senior Kindergarten to Grade 8.
More Information About Tredway Woodsworth Public School
Language and Literacy
Math, Science and Technology
- Welcome to Kindergarten Orientation
- Safe Arrival Program
- Student Recognition Assemblies
- Special Education Support
- Dance Club
- Reading Club
- Morning Meal Program
Student Life - Where You Belong
WHAT SETS US APART
Tredway Woodsworth is a dual track French Immersion/ English school split about 40/60. We strive on the progress made by our students and help support them with speciality teachers in Music, Drama/Dance Phys. Ed., Computers and Library. We are also very proud of our Eco School's Platinum status and we are working diligently to maintain this within the TDSB. Our Eco Club has pushed for more trees in our school yard, litterless lunches and a greater conservation of energy school-wide.