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Tredway Woodsworth Public School

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.



At Tredway Woodwsworth, we are dedicated to participation, effort and achievement. Each of our students is encouraged to attain his or her full academic, athletic and artistic potential and to develop a commitment to lifelong learning and social responsibility. In partnership with our Tredway Woodsworth families and community we deliver challenging scholastic and full co-curricular programs, in a caring, safe, equitable and respectful environment.