Woodrush High School
Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Woodrush High School
Woodrush High School is a mainstream, non-denominational, secondary academy for girls and boys aged 11-18. It is situated Wythall, Worcestershire, near the city of Birmingham.
Our recent Ofsted inspection, December 2018, categorised Woodrush as a ‘Good’ school with ‘Outstanding’ Leadership & Management and Personal Development, Behaviour & Welfare. It is a Teaching School and a recognised National Support School.
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Values and vision
Woodrush High School believes learning is lifelong. It offers a calm, supportive and disciplined environment in which children can learn. Teachers believe students can always improve and must always strive to do so.
The secondary school respects individuals and believes in equality of opportunity for all. It is focused on doing everything it can to improve students’ chances in life and prides itself on being a big team that includes pupils, staff and parents. It embraces its community and its role in the local area.
Woodrush High School focuses on strong academic performance, but also puts emphasis on students learning life skills and taking part in extra-curricular activities, which range from the Duke of Edinburgh Award to the arts, music and sport.
'Morale at the school is exceptionally high. Teachers are proud to work at the school, they are fully engaged in leaders’ improvement drive and all share a common goal, namely, to make their school the best it can be.’ Ofsted 2018