The Woodlands Academy, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO12 6QN
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29 September 2022 at 12pm (midday)
12 September 2022
About The Woodlands Academy
- School type
- Academy, ages 2 to 16
- School size
- 123 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 2 to 16
- Ofsted report
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- School website
- The Woodlands Academy website (opens in a new tab)
- Contact email
Woodlands Academy is a special needs school for pupils aged 2-16 with a wide range of needs. This includes moderate or severe learning difficulties, speech and language difficulties, autism and some medical difficulties.
We are committed to providing the best education for all our pupils with all staff being passionate about providing a meaningful and motivating curriculum. Our aim is to help our pupils become responsible citizens who can make a positive contribution to the community.
We adopt a ‘holistic approach’ focusing on the development of the ‘whole child’ using a personalised, pupil centered curriculum.
The Academy’s staff team consists of staff with a range of expertise from our highly skilled teachers, instructors and teaching assistants who are all committed to meeting the needs of all the pupils in our care. Our teachers and instructors lead their class team through shared goals, which are informed, by parents and carers, therapist and a range of agencies.
The Woodlands Academy is an Academy for children with a range of Special Needs and Disabilities. Our aim is to prepare our students for the challenges of the 21st Century.
For some students this will mean a working independent life and for others there will be planned dependency with as much independence as their needs allow.
Our aim is for children to develop into, confident, happy, positive young people. We will ensure we understand each unique individual and their needs. Personalised planned pathways support every child in their progression.
We have a strong pastoral structure built on a caring philosophy which nurtures positive relationships through high expectations and supported challenge. We work holistically to develop student’s resilience, mature behaviour, responsibility and independence.
We ensure students are supported to gain knowledge and respect of their own culture and we strongly encourage children to regard all faiths, races and cultures with respect.
Academic success and progress is valued at all levels of performance and the classroom focus is on achievement. Learning is celebrated in all its forms.
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