Opposition Leader Sir Keir Starmer today heard from the city’s school pupils and parents about their experiences of learning through Covid-19.
Coventry Libraries have been missing you very much and look forward to seeing you soon.
Consultation will begin today on exciting plans which will see the former Woodlands School site bought back into use as a purpose-built special school, helping tackle a need for more places for children with social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH).
Coventry City Council’s Education leaders have thanked everyone who continues to keep school services going during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Nearly every child in Coventry will be joining one of the primary schools of their choice in September.
Coventry’s schools continue to provide vital support for children of key workers during the current lockdown.
Pupils from Howes Primary School had not one but two teams in the national finals of the largest robotics competition in the world!
A new partnership approach has seen the number of pupils permanently excluded from Coventry schools fall.
The number of young people in Coventry not accessing further education, employment or training is falling.
Coventry has higher than the national average of good or outstanding schools in every category, with almost 95% of primary schools in Ofsted’s highest two ratings.
A leading councillor has said the city should be proud of the incredible achievements of its schools, but called for more Government funding to support their work.
Coventry students have good reason to celebrate their GCSE results today (22 August) as grades across the city have shown an uplift, especially in English
The city is celebrating the success of its sixth formers once more as A-Level results are in.