ACADEMIC INTRODUCTION

The school is justifiably proud of its rich academic tradition but it is far from being simply an academic hothouse. The bright pupils and dedicated teachers work together in a relationship of mutual respect allied to a love of learning.

Teaching and learning is the centre of our academic success here at Henry’s and we are very proud of our long-standing academic tradition. Our bright pupils and dedicated teachers work together in a relationship of mutual respect allied to a love of learning. Our broad curriculum matches the needs of our pupils and it is not just our examination results but also our focus on individual progress that makes us so successful.

LATEST NEWS FROM AROUND THE SCHOOL

80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SECOND COVENTRY BLITZ – PART 3

In this third and final part of The Most Disastrous Year, we hear of the efforts required to keep the School going in the years after the blitz and the determination to rebuild! The Most Disastrous Year - Part 3

KHVIII Relay Race 2021 Announcement

This year, due to the Covid19 pandemic, we will be organising a fun (but also highly competitive) event! It will take place between 25th April – 2nd May. Schools are finding their own local 5km routes. Breaking news: Dave Moorcroft (Coventrian,…

80TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SECOND COVENTRY BLITZ - Part 2

Part 2 of 'The Most Disastrous Year' is now available. In this section we hear the vivid recollections of those who witnessed the raid on 8th/9th April 1941, supported by some amazing images from the School Archive. The Most Disastrous…

80th Anniversary of the second Coventry blitz - Part 1

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We are excited to share with you a very special publication created by Mr Phillips along with Chris Holland (former Head of History). Many of you will know that this Easter is the 80th anniversary of the second Coventry blitz, during which…