Coventry’s Frederick Bird Primary School has been featured in 2016/17’s Parliamentary Review as an example of excellent teaching and learning practice.
More than half of Coventry secondary schools have recorded improved results in this year’s new, tougher GCSE exams in either English or maths.
Coventry’s sixth formers are celebrating their A-Level results today with 98% of students achieving an A*-E grade, in line with national levels.
Three Coventry primary schools could receive new buildings to help meet new requirements for nursery provision.
The excellent progress of Coventry’s primary schools has been celebrated in a national report published today.
The percentage of Coventry pupils attending a good or outstanding primary school continues to rise.
The city’s pupils have improved across the board in their GCSE results, with improvements in all the key measures.
For the fourth year in a row, Coventry’s sixth formers have exceeded the England average with 98.4% of students achieving grades A*-E compared to 98.1% nationally.
Work on a new £8 million special school in Coventry is set to begin later this summer after being given the green light.
The number of young people in Coventry not engaged in education, employment or training (NEET) has fallen significantly, new national figures have revealed.