The Ofsted report published in September 2019, praised the dedication of staff towards teaching and learning in the school, stating: ‘You have worked with purpose and vigour to maintain the high standard of education in the school…sharing your passion and determination to secure the best possible outcomes.’
Pam Powell is not only Chair of Governors for Woodlands Academy, but also for four other schools across the county – Chapel St Leonards Primary School near Skegness, and Greenfields Academy, Ambergate Sports College, and Sandon School in Grantham.
Pam will be receiving a British Empire Medal, after an education career spanning 40 years.
Dexzym Doughty has attended Woodlands Academy since he was 11 years old.
His interest in Latin began in 2014 when he discovered Caecilius and his family. Dexzym’s classical journey started with Latin sessions during Friday’s ‘reward time’...
Years after establishing ground-breaking Music Therapy at Woodlands Academy, music provision has been recognised as “high quality.”
We have now received a Music Mark Award.
Take a look at our latest Newsletter, it features a round up of achievements that have taken place at Woodlands Academy, including:
- Dates for your Diary
- House Updates
- Work Experience
- And a bumper edition of class stories!
Staff at Woodlands Academy went a step further than the traditional end of term Sports Day this year when they introduced pupils to a 'Challenge Week', incorporating various areas of East Lincolnshire.
They started the week by exploring the North Wolds with a Giant Orienteering competition that involved the four 'houses' working their way around the check points to collect tokens for their teams.
Woodlands Academy celebrated 3rd place Sportshall Athletics Champions of Lincolnshire at the County Games Finals at the Grantham Meres Leisure Centre last week. An achievement reaching the event itself, Woodlands were one of five C.I.T schools to take part across six different sports.
Woodlands Academy photography pupils have been busy all year learning the craft of photography, and just look at the results!
We have some fantastically talented pupils here at school and they are now selling prints on Ebay in order to sustain the Photography Course for current, and future pupils at the school.
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