Sidney Stringer Wins TOP Pupil Premium award
Sidney Stringer was one of 27 Secondary schools to be invited to London for the final of the National Pupil Premium Awards organised by the Times Educational Supplement. The awards were presented by the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and the Schools Minister David Laws.
Sidney Stringer Academy one of the best in the country for student progress at GCSE
Sidney Stringer Academy has received national recognition for the value it adds to students’ achievements at GCSE.
Progress Day March 31st
It is Progress Day is on March 31st.
RAISEing the bar
We are very proud of the recent RAISE online report which demonstrated that:
Attendance at Sidney Stringer Academy is above 95%. This is above the national average and shows just how much our students love coming to school!
Sidney Stringer Academy Librarian is awarded an MBE in New Year Honours list
Lynda Clapham who is head of the library here at Sidney Stringer Academy, has been awarded an MBE in the New Year’s honours list in recognition of her impressive contribution to the promotion of reading and literacy at the school.
Lynda who was born and educated in the Hillfields area of Coventry has worked at Sidney Stringer twice.
The first time she covered a temporary post but fell in love with the school and came back as the permanent head librarian in 2006.
The Swan Alliance has places available on the ‘School Direct Training Programme’ (Tuition route). This is available to high quality graduates and, if successful, you will work alongside PGCE trainees spending a significant amount of time in university. You would then undertake placements in Coventry based in either Sidney Stringer Academy or across primary schools within our Teaching School Alliance.
Record Results for Sidney Stringer students at GCSE