Eden Boys’ School, Birmingham

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About Eden Boys’ School, Birmingham

Name Eden Boys’ School, Birmingham
Website http://www.edenboysbirmingham.com/
Ofsted Inspections
Miss Sumeya Bhikhu
Address 150 Wellhead Lane, Perry Barr, Birmingham, B42 2SY
Phone Number 01216577070
Phase Academy
Type Free schools
Age Range 11-18
Religious Character Muslim
Gender Boys
Number of Pupils 615
Local Authority Birmingham
Highlights from Latest Inspection

Summary of key findings for parents and pupils

This is an outstanding school Since the school opened in September 2015, the progress made by pupils in their learning has steadily improved.

Pupils make strong progress in a wide range of subjects because : of consistently strong teaching. The principal's outstanding leadership and passionate commitment to every pupil inspires staff and pupils to have the highest aspirations. Consequently, pupils make outstanding progress from their starting points.

This aspirational vision for all pupils provides all leaders with a clear direction in their areas of responsibility. Their high-quality leadership of teaching, learning, assessment and pastoral systems is outstan...ding. Teachers plan learning activities that meet the needs of nearly all pupils exceptionally well.

They use their expert subject knowledge and information about pupils' progress very effectively to help pupils learn. Staff are ambitious for their pupils and want the best for them. Leaders are aware that they need to continue to monitor assessment practice carefully to ensure it is as accurate as possible.

Disadvantaged pupils currently in the school are making rapid progress and attaining in line with their peers. This is because leaders set ambitious targets and pupils benefit from outstanding teaching. Pupils who have special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities make strong progress because of effective leadership and strong support in classes.

A rich array of extra-curricular activities enables pupils to boost their skills and knowledge and take up new interests, which include many opportunities to explore future careers. Pupils' personal development and welfare are outstanding. This is an inclusive school where all pupils are valued and feel safe.

Respect and contributing to the community are key elements of the school ethos and, as a result, pupils feel well cared for. Attendance is well above the national average and very few pupils miss a day at school. This is because pupils value the education that they receive and have a real sense of belonging to the school community.

Pupils' behaviour is exemplary. They are polite, considerate and mature. Pupils value the opinions of their classmates.

They work well together and want the best for each other. Governors, supported by Tauheedul multi-academy trust, share the vision for the school and have played a key role in its development. Leaders have identified the need to continue to expand the curriculum as the school continues to grow, for example by introducing more artistic subjects.

Information about this school

Eden Boys' School opened in September 2015 and does not yet have a published set of data. The school is a smaller than the average-sized secondary school. Most pupils are of Asian heritage and the proportion of pupils who speak English as an additional language is above average.

The proportion of disadvantaged pupils is above average. Currently, there are no pupils who have an education, health and care plan. Currently, one pupil is educated off site at the City United Academy.

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