Woodside High School

"This is an
Outstanding School

Teaching is outstanding and teachers have the highest expectations for their students. Teachers constantly work with students to achieve the very best." - Ofsted 2014

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Woodside High School students' excellent achievements

Woodside High School students have achieved strong results in this year’s GCSE examinations. Exceptional results include those by Eray Yilmaz who achieved the newly-introduced highest mark of level 9 in both his English Literature and English Language examinations, putting him in what Ofqual predicts to be the top 2% of students nationally. Outstanding results were also achieved by Stefan Katsarov and Kleida Nanaj who both achieved straight A*-A grades (10 and 9 GCSEs respectively). Woodside students have once again demonstrated why, in its most recent inspection by OFSTED (January 2014), Woodside High was judged to be outstanding.

Left to right:  Sundus (4As, 5Bs), Stefan (4A*s, 6As), Imaan (5A*, 1 A & 3Bs), Eray (2 level 9s, 4 A*, 2Bs, 1 C)  

 “We are so proud of our students and are delighted that many of them have accomplished such fantastic results. Their hard work and commitment to learning will continue to serve them well throughout their future and we congratulate them all on their accomplishments.”

Ms G. Robinson and Ms E. Mc Elligott, Co-Headteachers, Woodside High School


“I’m so thankful to my teachers for inspiring me and encouraging me to always reach for the top.” Eray, Woodside High School

"I am really happy and very relieved! I could not have done this without the support of my teachers and my family who have helped me all the way.” Imaan, Woodside High School

"I’m really thrilled with my results. I studied hard and I am glad that I have achieved good grades. It has been difficult at times, but worth it.” Sundus, Woodside High School

“I’m so pleased with my results – I worked really hard, stayed focused and made a lot of progress, particularly during the last few months before my exams. It was tough but through the support of my teachers it all paid off.” Stefan, Woodside High School