School

Welcome to our school.

This section includes information of interest about our school and wider community.

Woodmill is a non-denominational, comprehensive school serving the eastern part of Dunfermline and the village of Crombie and Limekilns.  We regularly admit youngsters into all year groups as a result of placing requests.  We also have a large Additional Support Needs department, which caters for the needs of pupils with moderate and severe learning difficulties.

As of September 2018 the roll of the school is 1400 and is continuing to rise as a result of the extensive building programme in the Dunfermline Eastern Expansion. 

Woodmill High School is setting increasingly higher expectations for all of its pupils and works with its partner agencies to support our young people.  We aim to set high academic goals, whilst being an inclusive school that values all of its pupils contributions.  As a school we are committed to offering our pupils a wide range of opportunities whether it is as part of the formal curriculum or as part of the broad range of extra curricular activities and experiences that are on offer.  Staff give generously of their time to provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities and Woodmill pupils have traditionally enjoyed a significant level of success at regional and national level.  SQA results are now well above the Fife average and there is a strong trend of continuous improvement particularly in S4 and S5. 

Our associated Primary Schools are Carnegie, Duloch, Lynburn, Limekilns,  Masterton and Touch.  We are actively involved in the planning and creating of transition opportunities which enhance pupil experiences and consolidate a sense of greater identity within the school cluster.

We hope that all parents and carers will support the school in what we are trying to achieve and that, over the sessions, strong links will develop between each home and the school.  We value the contribution which parents and carers make and we are sure we can count on your continued support.

 

A D McIntosh

Rector

 

 

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