At King Ecgbert School, we are passionately committed to fostering and developing our students’ academic excellence, high aspirations and respectful values. They are encouraged to thrive in all areas of learning in the classroom and beyond.
The school is recognised for its high attainment. Examination results are outstanding with the progress all children make right across the curriculum being better than most outstanding schools nationally; but the young people leave the school with so much more than great exam results. Our motivation is to provide a curriculum that ensures the children we educate have real experiences and are instilled with good values. If King Ecgbert students leave school and grow into well rounded young adults, who are in a position to do nothing less than contribute to making the world a better place, then we have done our job.
King Ecgbert School is an EdTech Demonstrator School, working with the DfE to enhance EdTech and Digital Learning in schools in the wake of the pandemic.
We are offering free support across three different levels to all schools across the country.
I am taking the NPQSL course at the moment and I used World Class Schools as an example of how wonderful it is to give our students opportunities and how great the WCSQM application process is.
Caroline Sehested | WCSQM Associate, St Anne’s Catholic High School for Girls, London
World Class Quality Mark status has given Finham Park School an enviable reputation nationally and internationally, enabling us to recruit the best, most dynamic staff and be a school that teachers and students are proud to be a part of. The opportunities World Class status brings enable us to influence, lead others and grow as a school community as we share excellence with the very best practitioners both at home and internationally.
Chris Bishop | Headteacher, Finham Park School, Coventry
Thank you so much for the World Class School celebration event yesterday, it was so well organised and I came away with a lot of information and great sharing of best practise. It was also lovely to see the other schools' hard work and projects.
Callum Bradbury | Gifted & Talented Lead, Painsley Catholic College
On the WCSQM Symposium