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headteacherI would personally like to thank you for visiting the President Kennedy School website. President Kennedy School is about Building Brighter Futures. We are proud of our “no barriers” approach to education, ensuring children of all abilities and from all backgrounds are encouraged to set high goals and work hard to achieve them.

I am very proud to announce that following a full OFSTED inspection on 11th July 2013, our school was judged OUTSTANDING IN ALL AREAS.  The report recognises that we are a truly aspirational school with a strong reputation for caring and supporting our students. Over 96% of our parents would recommend our school to another parent (see the results of our 2012 parent survey at the bottom of this page).

We hope the information within this website provides you with some additional details about our school that will be helpful to you. We are always happy to show visitors around and should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Mr P. Thomas, Headteacher.

To read our Ofsted Inspection Report please click here.

Government Initiatives IQ recognises President Kennedy School as a top performing and Improving School (Click Here)

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  • Year 10 Cricket Team Crowned City Champions

    Posted: 11/07/14

    For four years, our year 10 cricket team have stuck together in times of disappointment never quite achieving what their ability and their discipline deserves. The team is a naturally gifted team but have worked consistently to    refine their skills at training every single week. That requires discipline and these players have that in abundance. We are delighted to report that on 9th July, President Kennedy School School’s Year 10 cricket team were crowned UNDER 15 CHAMPIONS OF COVENTRY after beating Finham Park School in the Coventry Cup final. 

  • Post 16 Dress Up for Charity

    Posted: 11/07/14

    More than 100 Post 16 students from President Kennedy School  collected cash for Macmillan Cancer Relief in Coventry city centre. Characters ranging from Jack Sparrow to Barbie in a box treated shoppers and city centre workers to a quirky charity collection.               

    After the collection, the school presented awards to those who had collected the most money and students with the best costumes.

     

  • Year 12 Students Visit DNA Lab at Coventry University

    Posted: 11/07/14

    Year 12 Biology students recently visited  the James Starley Building at Coventry University to take part in a morning of undergraduate level Biology practical work. Students collected a sample of their own DNA from their cheek cells, isolated and purified it. They were then able to carry out a Nobel Prize winning technique called “PCR” on it to amplify the DNA millions of times. The different fragments of DNA were then separated according to size using a technique called gel electrophoresis.