School ranked in top 3 in England
- School achieves the third highest value-added score in the country with a ‘Progress 8’ rating of +1.61
- 80% of all pupils achieved a ‘standard pass’ in English and Maths and 55% of students gained a ‘strong pass’ in English and Maths — one of the highest in non-selective schools across the country.
Eden Girls’ School, Coventry has been ranked among the best in the country after achieving third place in the national GCSE performance tables published by the Department for Education today.
In the Government’s headline Progress 8 score, Eden Girls’ School, Coventry achieved the third highest value-added score in the country with a Progress 8 score of 1.61. Progress 8 reflects the value that schools add to the progress of students, by measuring progress across eight key subjects from the age of 11 to the age when they complete their GCSEs. For pupils at Eden Girls’ School, Coventry, this means that on average they could expect to achieve more than one and a half GCSE grades higher per subject than pupils of similar prior ability nationally.
Sumeya Bhikhu, Acting Principal of Eden Girls’ School, Coventry, said:
“We are absolutely delighted by our place in this year’s league tables which is testimony to the wonderful work going on in our school. At Eden Girls’ School, our whole community is dedicated to achieving the very best outcomes for our pupils. We want every pupil to feel that they have done their best when they leave our school. We are grateful to all our staff, our parents and the pupils themselves who have all worked with exceptional commitment to deliver these outstanding results.”
Star Academies, the Multi Academy Trust (MAT) which established and runs Eden Girls’ School, Coventry, is celebrating another year of exceptional GCSE results across its schools. The trust has been named the top performing MAT in England for the second consecutive year. Five of the trust’s schools have been placed in the top 14 nationally for progress, with Tauheedul Islam Girls’ High School in Blackburn securing first place nationally for the fourth consecutive year.
Mufti Hamid Patel CBE, Chief Executive of Star Academies, praised the pupils, staff and parents at Eden Girls’ School, Coventry. He said:
“I am delighted to see pupils at Eden Girls’ School, Coventry make such exceptional progress. The results reflect the incredible effort and dedication from all our talented pupils and staff. At Star Academies, we will always give our pupils the very best education we possibly can. We want our pupils to do well so they can secure the bright futures they deserve.”
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