Following the government’s announcement that there will be a further national lockdown from Thursday 5th November until Wednesday 2nd December, all schools have been re-issued with updated guidance as a result.
Click 'read more' to view a letter from the Headteacher.
With the country grasped by a series of measures to restrict movement whilst encouraging people to stay at home, such situations can be difficult for all of us to comprehend.
It is important that you look after your physical and emotional wellbeing as best as possible.
Well, haven’t we had a challenging and eventful year?!
A big thank you to all our staff and pupils for their hard work, we wish you all a wonderful summer!
With a new academic year beginning, we are concentrating our fundraising efforts on our Engineering Vocational Courses.
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Over the past six weeks during the summer term pupils have been working in various bubbles. Pupils from bubble three have been able to continue with some of their photography work and have produced some excellent work considering the circumstances.
A refreshing experience at Woodlands’ pond
This week Land-Based Studies acquired two budding volunteers to enter the woodland pond, assisting with the management of the aquatic vegetation.
Carefully, both Woodlands staff members entered the water, helping to remove the pond weed that had encroached over and under the surface of the pond. Yet with the swirling of the water, there were times when even pieces of wood felt like a snake!
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Woodlands pupils learn all about ‘upcycling’
This week has been busy at Woodlands Academy, within Land-Based Studies we’ve been having a good upcycle!
After hiring two skips and a tyre removal contractor, many unwanted items have now gone. All of the waste in the skips will be processed and, where possible, recycled.
One such large item to clear were 125 tyres that had been donated in previous years to the school but are now no longer required. The pupil’s put great thought into how the tyres could be used and upcycled, and following research it was decided to have them professionally removed by a contractor.