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Coventry City Council Letter

In an update from Coventry City Council, please read the letter provided detailing changes to attendance policy come September 2020.  In summary, attendance will once again be compulsory from the 2nd September. The full letter and further details are available below and will also be linked at the bottom of our attendance pages.

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Plans for September 2020

Dear Parent/Carer, Further to my previous letter I am now able to provide you with more specific details for when your child returns to the Academy in September. Students will receive a full induction to re-familiarise themselves with the new layout and expectations of the Academy

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Year 8 & 9 Virtual Parents’ Forum

Thank you to everyone who sent in their questions for the Year 8 and 9 forum on Thursday.  A recording of the responses is now available.  If you have any further questions or queries relating to what has been discussed please contact the academy.

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Student Outcomes Reports Summary

For those who have been accessing their child’s school reports through Go4Schools you may find this supplementary information useful in order to better understand the results presented throughout. Any queries about the report should be sent to:

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Summer Holiday Breakfast Club 2020

This summer, free breakfast and activity packs are available for children who live in Coventry.  Local community centres, Coventry City Council and the Coventry Food Network are teaming up to provide a range of help for those who need it from Monday the 27th of July until Friday the 28th of August.

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Dates for the Diary

Please keep checking the school website regularly for updates to school timetables and follow the advice given by the government.

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Welcome from our Principal

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to Grace Academy Coventry and I feel honoured to be leading such a vibrant and inclusive school.

Our academy is one where we encourage all to foster their talents and to aspire to be the best that they can. Grace Academy is currently celebrating its best GCSE results in recent history which is a testament to the dedication and hard work of the staff, students and parents of the Academy.

We are a welcoming and caring community where our core values of limitless potential, intentional excellence, mutual respect, genuine integrity and amazing grace based on Christian values, run through all we do. It is central to our ethos, day to day curriculum, extra-curricular activities and pastoral structures. Here at Grace Academy we not only focus on the academic excellence of students but also work with students on supporting them to be the best human beings they can be.

We have high expectations for all those involved in the education of children. It is important that all students leaving Grace Academy have the qualifications they need in order to follow the path they have chosen; that students do not limit themselves and that staff and parents support them in raising their expectations and aspirations.

Our Academy is a vibrant and friendly; our students are happy and caring; our staff are experts in their field. Together we work together to make Grace Academy a place where we can all excel.

Ms J Taylor , Principal