Woodlands School Pupils And Staff Raise £2003.77 On Red Nose Day

A huge thank-you to all the pupils, staff and parents who dressed-up, baked (and sold) cakes, did magic tricks, threw (and got hit by) wet sponges, stood in baked beans, painted nails, guessed the name of the bear, guessed the number of sweets in a jar, played netball (staff vs Y11 girls) and thought up all kinds of funny activities to raise money for Red Nose Day. So far we have raised £2003.77 and counting… Visit the Red Nose day website to see how the money is used to change lives. Now Red Nose Day is over it’s time to start training for Sport Relief next year…

Mr Bate


Get Prepared: Summer 2011 Exam Timetables and Revision Guide

Click Here to access the Exam Timetables and Revision Guide available on the Revision and Exam Timetables page.

Red Nose Day 2011 at Woodlands School - 18.03.2011


Red Nose Day is on Friday 18th March. It's a day like no other when the whole country gets together to do something funny for money and change countless lives in the process.

Woodlands School is supporting Red Nose Day 2011 with a host of activities including non-uniform-day, cake sales, magic show and many more. For more details on activities visit the Red Nose Day 2011 page or the Official Red Nose Day 2011 website.

‘We’re fundraising for Red Nose Day’



Professor Alexander Martynov, Russian Professor of Ballistics, Visits Woodlands School

Professor Alexander Martynov,Head of Ballistics Department and Head of Public Relations at the Russian Mission Control Centre from 1968 until 1992, visited Woodlands School to talk about a Russian/international mission to Mars. Visit the STEM Week page to see images and details.