S3 Assessments

S3 pupils will be involved in assessment opportunities from 18th April to 22nd May 2017. A few assessments will take place in the Assembly Hall to ensure pupils have some experience of an assessment environment in the hall. Other assessments will continue to take place in class.

Your child will be issued with a blank assessment timetable, these will be filled in with class teachers. Please ask your child to share his/her completed timetable with you so you can take a note of the assessments he/she is involved in.

Please see below for timetable:



Team Doc’s fly the flag for Scotland

Team DOC’S, represented Scotland at the north of England regional finals of the Jaguar Land Rover 4X4 In Schools competition at the University Technical College in Durham on Friday 17th February 2017.

In the fourth year of competing the team (Danial T, Rory G, Suzanne M, Rowan R, Jake G and Lewis G) had to work together to design and build a radio controlled 4-wheel-drive (4×4) vehicle in the demanding professional class. The final car had to meet a series of demanding specifications and be successfully driven across and through a range of obstacles and specific tasks. In addition the team had to deliver a presentation, undergo an engineering inspection and pass a pit lane inspection by judges from the Jaguar Land Rover group.

After a long day of challenges, assessments and with no crashes this year the team emerged victorious- receiving the overall best team award along with the best driving award and for the first time the best engineered award- a great success for the new team. The win secures team DOC’S place at the National finals at Silverstone Race on the 28th March 2017.

A special thanks to Mr Bell, Mr McGregor and sponsors Brightwork Recruitment who made it all possible.




 Hosted by Woodfarm High School Parent Council

 On Thursday 2nd March 2017

From 6.30pm – 8.30pm

            We are delighted to announce our next teacher/pupil led workshop which will focus on the following topics:

  • Pupil Parliament— a new approach to the pupil voice and leading change across the school
  • Woodfarm HS new Vision and Values— after consultation, the school has a new vision and is keen to share this with parents and carers.

The timetable for the evening will be as follows:

6.30pm Parent Council meeting

7.15pm Tea/coffee

7.30pm Workshop

Please come along and join us for all or part of the evening. This is a great way to find out about what our school is doing and the environment our children are working in.

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S1 Numeracy League – BIT Theme Hits The Mark!

The monthly S1 numeracy league continued this month with all pupils in S1 competing to get into the top of their respective league.

The theme for this month was numeracy in the BIT faculty (or Business and Information Technology to give it its proper name!).


The notice board in the Maths corridor has been updated and certificates will be handed out to all those pupils who made it into their league’s top 10 for this month.

The next S1 Numeracy league will take place at the end of February and will have a Technology Theme. Good luck to all in S1!


S2 Skills Week

“S2 skills week 2017 – Are you interested in seeing how S2 develop their skills at Woodfarm High School? Then why not check out the video which illustrates how the school and our partners support our young people in continuing to develop their skills for learning, life and work to ensure successful outcomes.”



Getting Started in Basketball

Sunday 26th February 2017

Eastwood High School 12-5PM

Cost: £40

Minimum age 14 years


The Getting Started course is an introductory level leadership award. The course focuses on coaching beginners and young players. It will allow candidates to deliver blocks of coaching under supervision of a qualified coach or teacher and provide necessary skills to assist at Basketball festivals.


If you are interested please contact your active schools coordinator or Victoria Park on 0141 577 3505 or email Victoria.park@ercultureandleisure.org

Closing date Fri 17th February 2017

Girls Football Team


 Giffnock Soccer Centre will be coming into Woodfarm to offer a 5 week block of Football coaching FREE OF CHARGE for all girls in S1-S6.

Great opportunity to work with one of the biggest clubs in the area as they are looking for more girls to join the growing club. They now have over 70 girls playing every week across East Renfrewshire.

 So if you fancy trying it out go along on  Tuesday 21st February  to the after school club from 3.45pm-4.45pm.

 The club is for all abilities from S1-S6.




This years S1 cohort have raised a fantastic £1464.95 for ‘Readathon’

  Amy Arthur raised a huge £150 and along with Tess Marshall  who raised £130!

Woodfarm High School has raised £19162.28 in total for ‘Readathon’ since 1999.

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