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The Learning Hub

Miss Melia supports students with English. She recently completed listening to the Harry Potter series on Audible… again. Miss Melia has enjoyed reading Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt throughout lockdown as it gave a great insight into the world of the NHS. As well as a love of English, Miss Melia loves Theatre and will always make time to talk about any plays you’ve recently read or seen.


Miss Cooper supports students in Maths. Her two favourite books of all time are The Wrath and the Dawn and The Paris Wifebecause she could not put them both down. The descriptions made it seem like she was there.


Mrs Whitehouse is the Assistant Librarian and she takes care of the book stock. Her favourite writer is Jojo Moyes because her gripping books keep you on the edge of your seat!


ICT Facilities: 20 computers and 12 iPads


Over 13,000 books


Space to revise in a comfortable and constructive atmosphere.


Tutoring Space for independent or guided learning.



We have a range of fiction and non-fiction texts to compliment and expand on the curriculum.


We also have books in different forms: diary accounts of historical figures; collections of poetry from classic and modern poets; decide your destiny adventure books.

Recommended Reads for May

Northern Lights

Northern Lights is an immediate classic; while entertaining and amusing in parts, Northern Lights resonates powerfully as a battle-cry for doing what is humane and right, and self-empowerment and bravery in the face of hardship. The plot is brilliant: Pullman has succeeded in making the story clear so that you can understand, but at the same time sort of hazy, and everything happens as if you were in a kind of magical dream. 


Animal Farm

On the surface this seems like an enjoyable simple story about farm animals that manage to win their freedom; however, do not be fooled, it rapidly becomes a commentary about how effortlessly communities can become dictatorships. We follow the animals of Manor Farm as they set out to obtain the dream of liberty and democracy; but quickly find themselves in the middle of a nightmare of tyranny and totalitarianism. Orwell writes with a talent for making the guilty seem innocent, sucking the reader in to believe the best before hitting them with the worse.  


To Kill a Mockingbird

What begins as, apparently, just an affectionate and humorous episodic tale of life in an Alabama town in the 1930s, and the personalities and quirks of the people who live there, gradually evolves into an amazing and powerful read: a compelling narrative that traverses racism, justice and the lack there of. An ultimate must-read classic  

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Programmes and Events


Come along to the Learning Hub and see if you can solve the mystery of the Murder at Greenwood Academy…

After the headteacher has been murdered in the auditorium, six teachers are in the frame.

They each have a motive, opportunity and means.

Escape Room

The Wood Green Nuclear Power Station is going into meltdown!

Year 11 students are putting their English and Maths skills to the ultimate test – to see if they can escape the power station and stop the meltdown before time runs out!

See if they escaped after SHAPE day.