Results will be received by all pupils on Tuesday 5 August 2014 via the Royal Mail.
In addition to postal results, pupils can sign up to receive results by text or email using the MySQA site. This must be done by Tuesday 8 July.

All S4-6 pupils have now received their individual exam timetables and SQA’s procedures. We wish our senior pupils good luck as they start the final stages of their preparation for exams in April/May.

National Qualification Update Evening – S1-S3

 Dear Parent/ Carer,

 You are invited to the second of this session’s National Qualification update evenings which takes place on Thursday 1st May 2014 at 7.00 pm.  Please see link under “Brand New” on the right hand side of the page for more detail.

        

Pupils who were interested in walking on the largest map of Scotland in existence have been coming to the assembly hall on Wednesday the 2nd and  Thursday the 3rd of April. Our Cluster P7 primary classes also came to see it.   All agreed it is a really incredible resource and well worth coming to see.

The map (featured here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YScaMOWb0ts) was in the school for two days, all S1  and our cluster P7 pupil got a chance to work with the map. 

Mr. Roy kindly talked to staff and pupils about hill climbing, gentle walks and general points of interest.  We will all be getting our walking boots on over the Easter break!

Apr 032014

You may now find our Woodfarm Newsletter for Spring  under “Brand New” at the right hand side of the page.

It is packed full of information on what has been happening in the last term, pupil achievements and school news.

Apr 012014

Congratulations to Qays M. 4V, who came 15th in the World Under 16 Taw Kwan Do Championships in Doha in March.

Apr 012014

FRENCH TRIP COFFEE MORNING SATURDAY 10 MAY 10-12 noon

The staff, parents and pupils involved in this year’s S1 French Trip are organising a Coffee Morning to help raise funds for the trip.

Tickets are priced £2 for adults and £1 for children and allows them tea/coffee and cakes.

The pupils are organising this event and will be working at the following stalls on the day:

Tombola; Home Baking; Plants Books/DVDs;  Colour Stall (Red, White and Blue); Guess the No of Sweets; Raffle

We are looking for your support in coming along to the event and also if you can help by donations for any of the stalls.

We would be very grateful for your support. Donations can be handed in to the school office. Tickets will be available soon or you can pay at the door.

Woodfarm Making Sense of Programme will be delivering two Easter assemblies.  Parents/ Carers please refer to attached letter.

Letter for Parents

Spring Break Arrangements

Woodfarm High School will close for the Spring Break on Friday 4 April 2014 at 2.30pm.

We will reopen on Tuesday 22 April.

All at Woodfarm wish you an enjoyable Spring Break.

 

Blair M., S4 has been chosen to play for the Scotland Under Fifteen football team and will represent Scotland in a game against the Republic of Ireland.  We are very proud of his achievements and wish him every success.

Check out our BBC School Report site   later today,  for interview with Blair.

Mar 272014

More than 30,000 pupils from around the UK are turning their classrooms into newsrooms as part of BBC News School Report’s biggest ever annual News Day.

This is the third year Woodfarm High School has taken part in the School Report under the direction of Mrs Johnston. Pupils across all years have been preparing for today and will be working on reporting on the news  in the media centre (Library) as it is happening.

Please check in throughout the day for our interviews and news reports which will updated live.

Click on image:

Key Points

  • The 2014 News Day is the biggest ever with over 30,000 School Reporters from more than 1,000 schools around the UK involved
  • Reports will feature across a huge range of BBC output, from the Today programme to the Six O’Clock News
  • The students have to complete their reports by 14:00 GMT and have them on their special school website pages by 16:00 GMT
  • School Reporters will present the weather in every one of the 18:30 regional and national TV bulletins around the UK
  • Highlights include pupils co-presenting a special version of The One Show and a two-hour programme on BBC Radio Humberside
  • Education Secretary Michael Gove is among the big-name interviewees to answer questions from 11-16-year-old students

 

Please click on the QR code below using your smart phone/  device to find out more about BBC School Report.

Keir B, Shaun G and Euan W.

The school’s team, supported by Dr. Simon Hadfield and Kenny Bell, is taking part in today’s final in Warwick.

You can catch up with the team’s progress on Youtube from 1000hrs at

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4IpQcIZRKKU

Mar 262014

  

Well done to all staff and pupils who were involved in the hugely successful and enjoyable Dance Show held in the school on Wednesday evening 19th March 2014. There were 94 girls from S1-S6 involved. The combination of talent, hard work and enjoyment was clearly displayed by all participants.

  

 

Mar 262014

Well done to our SAGT Worldwise Quiz Team who came 3rd in the whole of Scotland, narrowly beaten by Hawick High School (1st) and Stewart’s Melville College (2nd).  It is a fabulous achievement,  well done to Kieran C. (S2) Andrew H. (S4) and Owain T. (S3).  It was a tough competition and they did themselves proud.  Congratulations!

Mar 252014

Team DOC’S have now made their final preparations and are all set for the journey south to compete against 25 other teams from across the UK for the chance to win the national final of the Jaguar Land Rover 4×4 In Schools competition. The finals will be held at Jaguar Land Rover’s Design and Engineering Centre in Warwick on the 27th March 2014. After design modifications, successful testing and further sponsorship support the team are confident of improving on their performance at the regional finals in February- when they won the best rookie prize. Good luck team DOC’S

Mar 252014

The SAGT WorldWise Quiz is a national schools competition, with heats throughout Scotland. Representatives from each heat qualify for a Scottish final. Teams consist of three members (S2, S3 and S4) and schools can enter up to a maximum of two teams each year.  Woodfarm’s wonderful geography experts have made it through to the  Scottish final and will be competing today in Dollar Academy. 

Good Luck to Kieran C. (S2) Owain T. (S3) and Andrew H. ( S4).

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