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Urgent News :

Woodlands Meed students celebrate excellent results in 2018

We are delighted to share with you the recent successes students at Woodlands Meed have achieved.

Nola Bennett, Assistant Head at the College site was thrilled with her student’s achievements, ‘Congratulations to all Woodlands Meed students who have received their results. It was a delight to see so many students rewarded for their hard work and commitment. Well done. We wish all our leavers all the best as they move onto further education and social care provisions and we welcome back many students to our Key Stage 5 provision where they will continue with their learning journey.’

There were some excellent individual successes including:

Daniel Cripps who gained 5 GCSE’s, including a B in GCSE ICT and Statistics

Jake Herlihy who gained 4 GCSE’s

Job Macinnes who gained 2 GCSEs

Georgia Godfrey who gained Level 1 in both Functional Skills Maths and English, as well a Level 1 BTEC Workskills Award.

Inga Herhily, was delighted with her son, Jake’s results , ‘ Our son has achieved his results through the dedication, patience and understanding of his teachers and that they knew when to push him for the amazing results that he has managed to acquire through Woodlands Meed College ’

Parent, Kathyrn Godfrey commented ‘we would just like to say how proud we are of Georgia and her amazing hard work and to thank Woodlands Meed for 4 fantastic years’

Victoria Cripps added ‘my son Daniel has now started Crawley College to do first year in a Life & Work skills course, but now has the grades he needs to go onto apply for the IT Academy.’

Woodlands Meed is a maintained special school. The School and College aim to meet the needs of all pupils in the local area who require a special school placement and make a range of types of provision for a wide range of complex learning difficulties and disabilities.

100% of the generic Year 11 students achieved at least one qualification

31% of the Year 11 students gained at least 1 GCSE

83% of the generic Key Stage 5 students left Woodlands Meed with a Functional Skills Maths qualification

91% of the generic Key Stage 5 students left Woodlands Meed with a Functional Skills English qualification

83% of the generic Key Stage 5 student left with a BTEC Workskills Award

99 Entry Level qualifications were gained 

8 students gained ICT GCSE

4 students gained GCSE English language

2 students gained GCSE Statistics

3 students gained GCSE Maths

3 students gained GCSE Art