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

Coventry Train Station just got even closer!

Coventry Station has just got even closer to BKHS King Henry VIII. Platforms and the bus interchange can now be accessed from the same side of Warwick Road as the school. This offers an extremely convenient and safe option for students coming…

Anti-Bullying Ambassadors

The Anti-Bullying team were recently awarded the Wellbeing Badge from The Diana Award in recognition of the work that they have done so far in implementing changes in our school to improve the wellbeing of our school community and raise the…

Headmasters Announced

Bablake and King Henry VIII School (BKHS) is pleased to announce the following Headmaster appointments. At King Henry VIII Senior School, having been acting in the role since September 2020, Mr Philip Dearden has been appointed permanently…

Blue plaques unveiled at Swallows campus

The Lord Mayor of Coventry Cllr. John McNicholas unveiled two Coventry Society blue plaques at King Henry’s Swallows Campus, the Firs, just off the Kenilworth road last Friday. The event was organised by the Coventry Society and supported…