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Woodway Park School and Community College

Woodway Park School and Community College
Closed 2008
Type Comprehensive
Religion Non-denominational

Wigston Road
West Midlands
England Coordinates: 52°26′18″N 1°26′45″W / 52.4383°N 1.4459°W / 52.4383; -1.4459

Local authority Coventry City Council
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 691 (approx.)
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–18

Woodway Park School and Community College was a comprehensive school in Coventry, England.[1][2] It had an expanding sixth form.[3]

It was converted into an Academy called Grace Academy on 31 August 2008 using the same buildings, prior to housing the new academy in new buildings on 31 August 2009.[4][5]


The movement to new buildings occurs on Wednesday 24th February 2010

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