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Year: 2019

“My son achieved top GCSE results…we are fully behind our children and the school”

Explaining the changes at Grace Academy Coventry, one of the student’s parents said: “My son started at Grace Academy Coventry in Year 7 and has always loved to compete in school to try and get the best results.  When our new Principal, Anu Monga, started last year I just knew she was the right person […]

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Grace Academy committed to providing the quality of education students deserve

The quality of teaching, learning and assessment is recognised as improving at Grace Academy Coventry as teachers, staff, parents and carers celebrate the outcome of the most recent Ofsted inspection in December 2018. The report recognised that staff are committed to providing the quality of education that pupils deserve, and also stated that new Principal, […]

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Grace Academy links with Tove Learning Trust

Building on the significant progress made over the past few years, Grace Academy is pleased to announce that it is planning to transfer its academies to the Tove Learning Trust (TLT). Grace Academy has already been working closely with Sponne School, linked with TLT, to develop and strengthen excellence in its teaching and learning provision. […]

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Students prepare afternoon tea for local residents

Students have prepared and hosted a sumptuous afternoon tea for over 20 local residents at Grace Academy Coventry. After helping to make and serve a tasty cream tea, one of the students in Year 12, said: “During the preparations, it’s given us the chance to give back to the community and also represent the school […]

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Grace Academy recognised as ‘bucking the trend’ on progress with disadvantaged students.

In the Sutton Trust’s latest publication, we are delighted that Grace Academy is recognised as ‘bucking the trend’ when it comes to making progress with disadvantaged students. These impressive statistics, that were picked up by the national media, demonstrate the hard work of parents, carers, teachers and our students. At Grace Academy Coventry, we tailor […]

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West Midlands Police and Coventry University attend careers fair for students

Antisocial Behaviour Coordinator for West Midlands Police Coventry, Nick Mansell, told students at Grace Academy’s careers fair that early intervention is needed in cases of antisocial behaviour where people are frightened, but are not yet the victims of crime. Joining Coventry University and other organisations from across the region at the Careers Fair for students, […]

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Students lip-sync the Christmas story to well-known pop hits

In an engaging and fun re-telling of the Christmas story, students from Grace Academy narrated the nativity for 200 Coventry primary school pupils using lyrics and music from some of pop’s greatest hits. Lip-syncing to well-known pop favourites, combined with spoken narration and rhyme, students from years 7 to post-16 at Grace Academy performed the […]

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