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 Ofsted 2013: This is a good school. Pupils behave exceptionally well and are very keen to learn. They feel safe and there is a very prominent culture of respect throughout the school. Pupils' spiritual, moral, cultural and social development is promoted very effectively, both in the classroom and beyond it. The school is very successful at promoting reading. The quality of teaching is good overall, and there are examples of outstanding teaching in a range of subjects. Very positive relationships encourage both high levels of motivation and commitment from the pupils. They want to participate and they want to learn. Pupils work with one another sensibly and to very good effect. They clearly relish opportunities to do this. Literacy is promoted well. Pupils confidently use key terms. Relationships between different members of the school community are a notable strength and there is an overwhelmingly positive attitude in the school. Pupils are polite and courteous to each other and to adults. Pupils feel safe at school and say that bullying is very rare but when it does occur it is sorted out quickly.

GCSE Results 2014

 

Grays Convent chalk up another set of fabulous results! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At Grays Convent we are celebrating another excellent set of  GCSE results with 63% 5 A*-C including English and Maths. With a staggering 50% of girls achieving A* to B grades, and half again at A* and A, I think we can safely say that Grays Convent is a very good local school for local girls!

 

As usual there were some truly outstanding individual success stories. Natasha Eades and Faith Oni achieved nine A* and 2 A grades, making a phenomenal total of 11 GCSEs at the highest grades. These remarkable results were matched by Natasha Eades, Honey Frimpong-Manso, Aisling Larkin, Celina Mitala, Eleanor Stroud, and Harriet Wozniak, who were  all celebrating a 'full house' of A*s and As across 11 subjects when they opened their results envelope. All girls will be going on to A level study in September.  Read more...

Headteacher's Introduction

Welcome to Grays Convent High School

 

 

 

Grays Convent High School is a Catholic voluntary aided comprehensive school for girls, described in our recent Ofsted as a good school. Our pupils travel from a wide geographical area to attend this very successful school and our community includes pupils from differing faiths.

 

We believe at Grays Convent that if the relationships and values are right, then all else will follow. Pupils are at their happiest working hard for teachers they like and respect, teachers who encourage and challenge them to do their best. Our excellent examination results demonstrate that high quality teaching and learning are at the heart of what we do. Our value added score show that children make more progress at our school than nationally, in the top 30% of schools in the country, and  with our English Baccalaureate entries, a measure of academic success in core academic subjects, the highest in the borough, you can see that academic progress is important to us.

 

We are a forward looking school which still believes in the importance of traditional values. We expect good behaviour and high standards of dress. Our close knit small- school community means that every girl can be known as an individual and developing girls into self-confident, articulate, ambitious and well-qualified young women is our core purpose.  Read more...

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