Woodlands School Celebrates With Students on GCSE Results Day
Woodlands school is incredibly proud of the achievement of all our students on GCSE results day. As a school that embodies the Marches Academy Trust’s ethos of “Achievement through Caring” Woodlands specialises in supporting students with social, emotional, and mental health needs, and has an unwavering commitment to supporting them to achieve their potential and prepare them for their next steps in life.
Amidst the challenges posed by the pandemic, Woodlands School has demonstrated its dedication to ensuring the academic and personal growth of its students remains a top priority. The GCSE results achieved by the students are a testament to the extraordinary support system in place, enabling each student to overcome the obstacles they face.
The school's unique approach combines high expectations with a deep understanding of individual students' requirements. The team at Woodlands School goes above and beyond to provide tailored assistance, fostering emotional wellbeing, and creating an atmosphere where every student can thrive.
Jules Taylor, Headteacher shared, "We are overjoyed with the results our students have achieved. Not only GCSE and vocational qualifications, but most importantly, the achievement of the outcomes set in their Education, Health and Care plans that will ultimately enable them to take their place in the world as confident adults.
Woodlands School remains committed to preparing our students not only for academic progress but also for their journey beyond the school gates. The emphasis on emotional resilience, self-confidence, and social skills equips students with tools to navigate the challenges of life with confidence. It is a reflection of the incredible hard work of our students and the tireless dedication of our staff that all our pupils have been able to secure post 16 placements, either in employment, training or continuing their education. At Woodlands School, we believe in the potential of every student, and our focus on holistic support has been instrumental in helping them reach this incredible achievement."
As the school celebrates these achievements on GCSE results day, it reaffirms its mission to continue providing exceptional support, guidance, and education to students with social, emotional, and mental health needs.
Students outstripping their expected progress and some securing places at college include:
Maddox Dyer – going to Reaseheath College to study Business
Kaylee-Ann Thomson – going to Reaseheath College to study Animal Management
Lyndon Cunningham – going to Reaseheath College to study Animal Management