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  • Open Evening Information

    Published 15/06/20

    Our new dedicated Open Evening website page will be our way of sharing as much information as possible with you and your child.

    This webpage gives us the opportunity for you and your child to familiarise yourself with President Kennedy School in a virtual context. We hope that this will also give you some clarity about what to expect when your child starts secondary school.  

    This webpage and Prospectus (below) will also inform you of the range of outstanding learning and enrichment opportunities and highlights the outstanding ethos and expectations here at President Kennedy School.

    We hope you will find this informative. Please do not hesitate to contact us at school with any queries.

    We will be updating information over the next few weeks, so please do revisit this page.



    Dear Parent/Carer

    We would like to extend a warm welcome to our ‘Virtual’ Open Evening. Unfortunately, due to Government guidance on large gatherings, we are unable to host our usual Open Evening event at school and meet you all personally. However, I am sure you will find our new website page informative and reassuring for you as parents as you start to make decisions on your child’s education and school career.

    Here at President Kennedy School we understand this is such an important decision for you as parents and that is why we have invested so heavily in ‘The Bridge’, our dedicated Year 7 school. The Bridge has been welcoming students for the last 10 years and during this time it has been widely praised by parents, the educational press, OFSTED and education specialists for setting the national standard for transition between primary school and secondary school. We regularly host visitors from schools all over the country. The Bridge’s team of specialist staff have developed a reputation for providing the very best educational environment for each and every one of our students. The Bridge provides a safe, nurturing and personalised educational experience which ensures that academic progress is at the heart of its provision.

    Please take the time to explore our Open Evening website page (add link), where you will find out what The Bridge offers and become familiar with Bridge staff. More importantly, you will hear what students themselves say about their transition experience and how The Bridge has helped them to grow and develop into exceptional and confident young people.

    Open Evening Website Page

    On our new designated Open Evening website page, you will have the opportunity to listen to my welcome message to this year’s new and prospective Year 7 parents, where I outline our approach for providing the very best education for your child; you will also be introduced to a variety of staff from across the school.

    You will experience a virtual tour of our state-of-the-art school building which was made by Year 7 students as part of a STEM project and read about our successful and outstanding exam performance at both A Level and GCSE. Finally, you will meet a number students from the Bridge and see for yourself why President Kennedy School is the school of first choice in our community.

    Open Evening Experience 

    We are more than aware why attending an Open Evening is so important, not only for you as parents but for the students themselves. It provides you with an opportunity to have a ‘feel’ for our school, where you can feel the honesty, passion and warmth that radiates naturally from our students and staff. We will try our best to provide you with this experience.

    From Monday 28th September you will have access to your Open Evening Experience where you be able to watch a compilation video of the range of world class experiences President Kennedy School has to offer.

    Introduction to The Bridge

    Please watch Arya in the video below explain how being in The Bridge will bring out the very best in you during your first year at President Kennedy School!






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  • Student expectations for Year 10 and Year 12 for Face to Face Contact in School

    Published 15/06/20

    Please find below an Induction Video outlining student expectations when they come into school in order to keep all students and staff safe. It shows students and staff how to follow social distancing regulations, alongside regular hand sanitising and hand washing, and how to conduct themselves in the classroom and around the school building.



    Student expectations for Year 10 & Year 12 for face to face contact in school

    Thank you for your continued support.

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  • Coronavirus - Advice from School *Update - Latest news on September Reopening (16th July)

    Published 17/03/20




    ***Latest Update***


    President Kennedy School Reopening in September 

    For all you need to know regarding President Kennedy School reopening in September, please click here.

    Please click here for Safeguarding advice around children and the use of Social Media 15th July 2020

    Please click for  Latest Letter from the Headteacher 19th June 2020

    Please click here for latest Risk Assessment for Covid-19 

    Please click for ​​​​​​ Covid-19 Safeguarding Policy  

    Coronavirus (Covid-19): Implementing social distancing in education and childcare settings:

    Fraud targeting parents of children in FSM:

    The DfE has warned that fraudsters are targeting parents of children eligible for free school meals. Families have received an email requesting their bank details, claiming this will enable their children to continue receiving meals through school closures amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

    DfE are urging parents to delete the scam email immediately.

    Children with Asthma:

    Asthma UK published the following shielding advice yesterday for children with asthma:

    "If you are, or your child is, taking:

    · Any biologic therapy, also called a mAb (Xolair/omalizumab, Nucala/mepolizumab, Cinqaero/reslizumab, Fasenra/benralizumab)

    · Steroid tablets or liquid every day

    · Antibiotic tablets or liquid for asthma every week (e.g. azithromycin)

    · Tiotropium

    · A combination inhaler that also contains a long-acting bronchodilator (e.g. Seretide, Fostair, Symbicort) at a high daily steroid dose (see the list … the article)

    · An inhaler with a high daily steroid dose (see the list….in the article) AND you are taking Montelukast

    Or, if:

    · You have been admitted to hospital for your asthma in the last 12 months

    · You have ever been admitted to an intensive care unit for your asthma

    Then you should follow the shielding advice which is set out in very helpful detail, including how to register for extra services from the government.”

    Over the next few weeks children may be spending an increasing amount of time online and it is therefore important that they know how to keep themselves safe online.

    To support this will be sharing a series of age appropriate worksheets for parents to complete with children at home -

    Please see attachment below of email sent out to parents/carers Friday 20th March 2020 regarding children who are eligible to attend school from Monday 23rd March 2020.

    Please see attachment below regarding Free School Meal provision from Monday 23rd March 2020.

    In light of government guidance, the school is reducing face to face contact with staff and is encouraging parents and visitors not to come into school. If you need to contact a member of staff, please telephone the school in the first instance or email our reception team at

    Thank you for your co-operation in this matter.

    President Kennedy School.

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  • Key Documents - Work For All Year Groups- Click here to access student work/learning during school closure.

    Published 12/03/20

    For the latest work please click here:


    The above link is now updated for the w/c Monday 13th July 2020.

    (Please look for your specific college tab at the bottom of that page)


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  • Coronavirus FAQs - This page is being updated

    Published 12/03/20

    The school has developed the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page to support parents and carers during the school closure. 

    These will be updated regularly as more information becomes available from the Government.   A summary of the most recent updates are shown below.

    We would ask you to please review these FAQs before considering contacting the school. 

    Last updated: TBA

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  • Coronavirus: Keep checking this post for latest government information and advice

    Published 02/03/20

    Coronavirus: latest information and advice

    Government launches Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp

    A new Coronavirus Whatsapp Information Service has been launched allowing people to get answers to the most common questions about coronavirus direct from government.

    To use the free GOV.UK Coronavirus Information Service on WhatsApp, simply add 07860 064422 in your phone contacts and then message the word ‘hi’ in a WhatsApp message to get started.

    Follow this link for further information:

    For latest information sent to parents/carers from school, please click on this link


    Stay at home: guidance for households with possible coronavirus:

    Guidance on social distancing for everyone in the UK and protecting older people and vulnerable adults:


    The DfE are continuing to keep schools updated on the government’s response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

    Department for Education Coronavirus helpline

    The DfE have launched a helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

    Phone: 0800 046 8687
    Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

    The following link can be used to obtain the latest updates from DfE and also contains additional information on travel:

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  • Year 6 coming into Year 7 Assembly

    Published 15/09/20


    This was the assembly given by the Director of The Bridge, Mrs Alexander-Weller, for the Year 6 students coming into Year 7 this September. 




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  • GCSE Exam Results Day!

    Published 20/08/20

    Year 11 students have been celebrating terrific and well deserved GCSE results today. Congratulations to all for their hard work and dedication over the last two years; we look forward to working again with those staying on at school from September and wish those leaving us for pastures new all the best for the future.

    Mr Clayton, Headteacher











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  • A Level Results Day

    Published 13/08/20

    Students and staff at President Kennedy School are celebrating A level results which have ensured students are going on to study at university.
    Students at President Kennedy School can study A levels in an unusually wide range of subjects including more traditional academic subjects and vocational subjects.

    Just A Few of This Year's Individual Success Stories

    Mimi Avworo will be attending Imperial College London to study Physics with a year abroad.

    Navpreet Bains  is off to University of Warwick and will be studying Sociology and Criminology.

    Shereen Musawi is going to King's College London, University of London to study Business Management.

    Zohaib Malik will be moving on to the University of Warwick to practice Law.

    Isha Patel will be attending London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London to study Economic History with Economics.

    Leah Willock is going to the University of Manchester to study Ancient History and Archaeology.

    Melicka Ghafouri will be attending UCL (University College London) to study Economics

    James Lee-Jones will be moving on to Imperial College London to study Mathematics and Computer Science







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  • President Kennedy School Ranked Again as One of Coventry's Top Performing Schools!

    Published 16/07/20

    President Kennedy School has once again as one of Coventry's top performing schools.

    Scoring  5 star performance for academic progress, we continue to go from strength to strength! 


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  • SENDIASS VIRTUAL COFFEE MORNING on the 17th July. Does your child or young person have special needs?

    Published 09/07/20



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