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Achievement Impact

17 days of absence = 1 GCSE grade dropped (on average).

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PARENTS’ FORUM BRINGS THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER

Grace Academy’s first Parents’ Forum was a chance for staff, parents and carers to discuss how the Academy can better serve, and work with, the local community. In addition it provided an informal opportunity for families to discuss any suggestions or questions they had.

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Parents Information Evenings

The key purpose of these evenings are to discuss the Academy’s plans for the upcoming year, whilst also providing an opportunity for parents/carers to ask any questions that they feel are pertinent. There will also be chance to meet the new Principal, Ms Taylor and your child’s teachers.   Please find the dates for these […]

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School Term Dates 2019-2020

Term Dates: Autumn  2nd September 2019 – Inset Day 3rd September 2019 – Start of Term 18th October 2019 – End of Term 21st – 25th October 2019 – Half Term 28th October 2019 – Start of Term 20th December 2019 – End of Term 23rd December 2019 – 3rd January 2020 – Christmas Holiday […]

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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