Wood Green School
Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
About Wood Green School
Wood Green School is a mixed, comprehensive, secondary school with sixth form situated in Witney, Oxfordshire. It is an academy converter operating under The Acer Trust, which was co-founded by four Oxfordshire schools: Wood Green School, Chalgrove Primary School, Icknield Community College and Matthew Arnold School.
Wood Green School provides 1,335 places for students between the ages of 11 and 18 when fully subscribed. It converted to academy status in February 2017.
Values and vision
Wood Green School subscribes to the Acer Trust values of trust, equity and opportunity, believing these are essential for a successful collaboration and for providing high-quality education for all students through these important years of their lives.
The secondary school also uses the LEARN Well values of learning, effort, aspiration, respect, nurture and wellbeing to capture the most important aspects of an excellent education. High expectations are always placed on students, and they are helped to achieve these in a happy and supportive environment.
“Leaders at all levels, teachers and governors have effectively brought about improvement across the school. Leaders make very effective use of information on students’ progress to identify where strengths and weaknesses life. Subject leaders make a positive contribution to improvement by closely monitoring the quality of teaching in their departments. Students’ social, spiritual, moral and cultural development is promoted effectively across the school and strongly contributes to the school’s caring ethos.”