The last day of school for this half term will be Thursday 14th of February. As the school will be closed for pupils for training (INSET Day) on Friday the 15th.
The school will re open as normal after the half term break on Monday the 25th of February 2019.
If you have any questions about this or any other term date please contact us
Woodlands Academy re opens on Monday the 7th of January 2019.
We look forward to seeing you all in the New Year
Woodlands Academy closes for the Christmas holiday on Friday 21st of December. We will shut earlier than usual at 1pm on that day.
The school buses and taxis will collect and drop off pupils as usual but at the earlier time of 1pm, so please be ready to collect them.
We hope you all have a great Christmas holiday and a very happy New Year 2019!
For students in class 8 please find links to your work below.
Literacy – Mr Betts
class 8 writing task
Maths – Mr Morgan
Algebra -> Binomial Expansion
Algebra -> Expansion
Algebra -> Like terms
The numbers Game
You can use this to practise the work you have been doing on algebra
The activities should be self explanatory but if you have any problems opening the links or with the activities themselves please contact the school and we can assist you with this.
If you haven’t already contacted the school to let us know that you are interested then please do so ASAP. Please contact Jake Cosford for more details.
The coaches will leave school on Saturday the 24th of November at 8.30am, but we’d like parents to be here at 8.15am please.
The coaches will return at 4pm promptly – so again please come back slightly earlier so you do not miss it. It will be your responsibility if you miss the coach and you will have to make your own way home.
Woodlands will organise the coaches but it is your responsibility to supervise your children at all times.
We hope you all have a great day and enjoy the start of the festive season!
The next INSET day at Woodlands Academy is planned for Friday the 19th of October. This is the last day before the Autumn half term.
Pupils will have two weeks off after this date (the week beginning 22nd of October and the 29th of October) and will return to school on Monday the 5th of November.
School opens for pupils on Thursday the 6th of September. The school will be open for staff meetings with parents and carers on Tuesday the 4th and Wednesday the 5th. Pupils will not have lessons on these days.
Teachers will contact all parents over the two weeks to arrange meetings on Tuesday 04/08/18 and Wednesday 05/09/18. So if you can let us know when you are able to come in for a meeting and we can make the arrangements.
We need all parents and carers to come in so we can meet face to face and go through all the paperwork and forms for the year ahead. It will also be an opportunity for you to meet the new class teachers and find out about lessons and expectations for your child. The meeting is for both pupils and parents / carers.
Pupils will return to school on Thursday the 6th of September.
This will be the first full day back when lessons will commence 06/09/2018.
The last day of this Summer term will be Thursday the 26th of July. School will shut for the summer on that day – so we hope you have a great break and will be refreshed and ready to return in the Autumn!
We would like to thank all the students who have worked so very hard over the last 12 months and also thank all the parents and carers for all your support.
Have a wonderful summer, stay safe and we look forward to seeing you back in the next academic year 2018-2019.
School closes today for the half term break.
We hope you all have an enjoyable break over the next week and look forward to welcoming everyone back safe and well on Monday the 4th of June.
For Year 11’s it’s important that they are fully focused upon their revision program and study hard for the final few remaining exams.
Due to the ongoing weather conditions the school will be closed again today.
The school is very icy and it is still not safe for buses and pedestrians alike to be able access the site. The roads in and around Nottingham are also icy and dangerous and as police have advised all but essential travel we do not wish anyone to take any unnecessary risks travelling.
We hope you all stay in safe and warm and hope the weather conditions improve over the weekend.