The majority of pupils who come to the school have Education, Health and Care plans in place (formerly SEN statements). In the 2017 Good Ofsted Report for Wings Notts Education, Inspectors praised the school for its broad curriculum and the quality of teaching and assessment. They also said that this allowed pupils to make good progress from their mostly low starting points.
"Disadvantaged pupils make strong progress towards challenging targets and begin to close the gaps in their knowledge, understanding and skills." Ofsted Good Education Report 2017
Wings School Notts provides a broad national curriculum with subject specific classrooms and learning spaces for science, history, geography, design and technology, music, health and beauty, food technology, information technology and horticulture. Following assessment, Wings Notts offers a gradual transition period for children and young people in order to settle them as calmly as possible in to their new school life.
In addition to formal timetabled lessons, KS4 pupils are provided with careers and college guidance, social and economic skills and work experience to prepare them for adult life. The education staff work with each young person to make sure they are given every opportunity to reach their potential. Whether it is GCSEs or other qualifications the school aims to help young people achieve the things they need to help them succeed in the future.
|KS 3 Subjects|
|Design & Technology - Food and Nutrition|
|Design & Technology - Resistant Materials|
|KS 4 Subjects||Awarding body||Type|
|Design & Technology - Graphic Products||AQA||GCSE|
|Design & Technology - Food and Nutrition||AQA||GCSE|
|Personal & Social Development (inc. RE & Careers||ASDAN/AIM||To level 2|
|Art - Digital Photography||OCR||GCSE|
We also have a limited number of external college based opportunities available for individualised learning.
As part of the 24 hr Curriculum in the evenings, Pupils have opportunities to attempt AQA/AIM/ASDAN Unit Awards.
If you require further curriculum information regarding Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 units then please contact the school directly.
You can access the School Performance Tables on the DfE website.