Please find below answers to frequently asked questions.
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The Trust is made up of governors from the Woodhouse College Corporation (which was liquidated to form the Trust) and representatives of Imperial College London
Sixth form colleges and 16-19 schools allow a greater specialisation of staff and of resources for this age group. Our staff concentrate only on the needs of A level students and have a deep understanding of curriculum content, pedagogy and assessment at this level. Support staff understand and support the needs of young adults. We are experts in applications to university and other progression opportunities. Our managers focus on the quality and progress of sixth form students and, exclusively, key stage 5.
No there is no intention to expand the Trust.
The government, through its funding agency the ESFA, just the same as any school or college.
Current students, parents and friends of Woodhouse College should rest assured that the existence of this new Trust will not change Woodhouse College at all: its ethos, admissions policy, curriculum, staffing will all be unaffected. We hope the links with Imperial College London will be helpful to staff and students in STEM subjects.
The new maths school, when it opens, will receive additional funding for outreach work. This means that local schools will potentially be able to tap into extra support, evening and weekend sessions for students in key stage 4 and key stage 5 to support the progress of students in maths.
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