Aspiration · Resilience · Opportunity · Excellence
Aspiration, Resilience, Opportunity, Excellence, is our ethos. These four pillars underpin all we do and drive us forward as one learning community.
We have the privilege to be able to teach and learn, as an 11-16 Academy, in a £26 million building. Woodlands School is proud to serve the people of Basildon and we are constantly striving to be better. We are focused on ensuring academic excellence for all our youngsters, allowing them the opportunity to thrive at further and higher education.
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Congratulations to Tilly B & Darshatha S for their fabulous achievement of getting their poems published in the Young Writers Anthology National Competition! #AROE https://t.co/mBBLqFWH3N
We shall remember them. https://t.co/IHEEKJpyNn
Today Woodlands School was presented with a framed portrait of the late Queen Elizabeth by local MP Stephen Metcalfe. The presentation was made as part of the Platinum jubilee commemorations and was accepted by headteacher, David Wright and members of the Pupil Voice Panel. https://t.co/gg7s9F0Sw4
Celebrate Anti-bullying Week (14th- 18th November. We are kicking off with Odd Socks Day on Monday, so make sure your socks don't match and voluntary donations welcome. Cake sale Wednesday break time, each cake 50p so bring change. All proceeds go to help anti-bullying charities https://t.co/y3Z0kpZMK1
Today some of our Year 9 & 10 APT pupils have been to the Royal Albert Hall for an events management workshop. We had a great time learning about all of the roles involved in running an event at the Hall and we hope to return to see a performance one day. https://t.co/o6YmJl2yrO
Odd Socks Day 2022 to kick-off Anti-bullying Week. #reachout https://t.co/HMDcI8eR1K
Today a group of Yr10 pupils represented Woodlands at Anglia Ruskin University's Science Festival. They attended Tesla, Build a Virus & Vaccine, Primary Engineer and Medical Criminal Investigation Workshops exploring practical experience and talks around potential STEM careers. https://t.co/taFiVoLRU7
Thank you to Miss Sweeney, Head of Appleton School 6th Form for coming in yesterday to talk to our Year 11s about their Post-16 options. https://t.co/IXNnqjyLQ1