Staff at Woodlands Academy went a step further than the traditional end of term Sports Day this year when they introduced pupils to a 'Challenge Week', incorporating various areas of East Lincolnshire.
They started the week by exploring the North Wolds with a Giant Orienteering competition that involved the four 'houses' working their way around the check points to collect tokens for their teams.
Woodlands Academy celebrated 3rd place Sportshall Athletics Champions of Lincolnshire at the County Games Finals at the Grantham Meres Leisure Centre last week. An achievement reaching the event itself, Woodlands were one of five C.I.T schools to take part across six different sports.
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Sue Killips is trained as a qualified Emotional Literacy Support Advisor (ELSA) by Educational Psychologists. She plans and delivers programmes of support to pupils who are experiencing temporary or longer term additional emotional needs.
Sessions are designed to be fun and use a range of interactive activities such as arts and crafts, games and role play.
Woodlands Academy photography pupils have been busy all year learning the craft of photography, and just look at the results!
We have some fantastically talented pupils here at school and they are now selling prints on Ebay in order to sustain the Photography Course for current, and future pupils at the school.
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Pupils at Woodlands Academy spent a morning at the end of term off their usual timetable to explore the religion of Buddhism through specially designed lessons across the school.
Each subject had a specific Buddhism theme helping to develop pupils’ knowledge and understanding of Buddhist traditions and values.
Representatives from Lord’s and Lady Taverners visited Woodlands Academy to hand over keys to a brand new mini bus.
The Lord’s Taverners Minibus programme has been operating for over forty years and since the programme began in 1976 over 1,200 minibuses have been donated to special educational schools and organisations throughout the UK.
Woodlands Academy have fundraised themselves to afford the £10,000 self-help contribution towards the new bus!
Following us reaching our fundraising target of £15,000, the installation of the pupils new Parkour Circuit is now complete.
The OFFICIAL OPENING with East Midlands Parkour Coaching, took place on Friday 22nd March.
East Midlands Parkour Coaching worked with the pupils across the school day to help them use their imagination and be as creative as they wish about the way in which they challenge themselves.
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We will also be in the Skegness Standard, and on BBC Look North next week!
It has been a truly fabulous day for our pupils today!