Stationers' Crown Woods Academy
Greenwich, United Kingdom
About Stationers' Crown Woods Academy
Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy is a 1,560-pupil secondary school with a sixth form. It is a non-denominational establishment that educates students aged between 11 and 18. The coeducational school is based in Eltham, London and was converted to academy status on September 1, 2014.
Values and Vision
Stationers’ Crown Woods Academy values respect, inclusion, family, collaboration and perseverance. The academy wants every student to work hard and achieve excellent exam results. Pupils should use their imagination when doing school work. Parents and the local community are important to the school. The children are nurtured and supported by teachers who have excellent knowledge of the topics being discussed in lessons. Team work is encouraged in order for pupils to succeed in the workplace after they leave the school.
“Teaching is improving due to rigorous monitoring and is good with a few lessons being outstanding. Relationships between staff and students are good and subject knowledge is strong so explanations are well-structured and confident. New technology, where available, is used well to make the lessons interesting. The well-orchestrated curriculum has recently been redesigned to meet the needs and interests of all learners. Students experience a wide range of activities which are enriched further by over 100 trips and visits per year involving students of all ages. The school is rightly proud of its outstanding care, guidance and support. Students from the on-site units are effectively integrated and supported in lessons.”