Woodside High School wins award for exceptional 2016 results!
Woodside High School has been nationally recognised for its exceptional 2016 performance by the Schools, Students and Teachers network (SSAT). Educational Outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in the top 10% of schools nationally for progress.
The school’s SSAT Educational Outcomes award will be presented at a regional celebration event held to draw attention to the work of high-achieving, improving and innovating schools and teachers.
Sue Williamson, Chief Executive of SSAT said:
“It’s my great pleasure to commend Woodside High School on their excellent 2016 performance, and to have the opportunity to highlight and share their great work at an SSAT Educational Outcomes celebration event. We know how hard teachers work to ensure the success of every child. SSAT’s Educational Outcomes award recognises the professionalism, commitment and hard work of the leaders, teachers and students at Woodside High School. A big thank you and well done to the pupils, staff and governors.”
Woodside High School students achieved outstanding results 2016 with 75% of students gaining 5 A*C grades including English and Maths. A 31% rise from last year’s GCSE results -the highest results in the school’s history, Woodside students have once again demonstrated why, in its most recent inspection by OFSTED (January 2014), Woodside High was judged to be outstanding.
“We are enormously proud of our students’ outstanding progress and accomplishments. Our students’ results are a testament to the dedication, hard work and commitment of all at Woodside High School – students, parents and carers, staff and governors, and we are delighted that Woodside’s exceptional performance has been recognised by the Schools, Students and Teachers network.”
Ms G. Robinson and Ms E. Mc Elligott, Co-Headteachers, Woodside High School
Left to right: Cllr Claire Kober, Leader of Haringey Council, with Bedriye (5As, 4Bs, 2Cs), Alice (6A*s, 4As, 1C), Declan (7As, 2Bs, 1C), Cristina (2A*s, 3As, 4Bs, 2Cs) and Caner (1A*, 4As, 5Bs, 1C)