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Students involved in transforming struggling Coventry schoolStaff at Ernesford Grange Community Academy confident raft of measures will turn around school rated last year as ‘inadequate’ by OfstedErnesford Grange Community AcademyGet the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA new uniform, prefect style pupil leaders and better teaching are among the new measures being brought in to improve a Coventry school.The head and senior staff at Ernesford Grange Community Academy, declared last year by Ofsted to be ‘inadequate’, are confident inspectors will rate it as ‘good’ and then ‘outstanding’ once their improvements are complete.From September, pupils will swap polo shirts, jumpers and cardigans for blazers, shirts, blouses and clip on striped ties.A team of pupils, modelled on old fashion prefects, are getting used to their new leader roles.Some are helping other children read and choose books in the library, some are keeping an eye out for litter louts and others are providing some friendly support for new pupils finding their way around the school.The head and other senior staff are making sure teachers improve their lessons so that pupils learn more particularly in English and maths.And a new building is expected to be finished at Easter next year for the school, in Princethorpe Way, Ernesford Grange.Pupils are offered chance to get extra help at breakfast clubs, after school sessions and even lessons in the school holidays.In January, the school became an academy in line with government policy that schools branded inadequate by Ofsted should become academies to improve.Ernesford Grange Community Academy is part of the Sidney Stringer Multi Academy Trust, led by Sidney Stringer principal Wendy Tomes.Teachers from Ernesford Grange and Sidney Stringer have joint training sessions.Some are appointed to work at both schools to share expertise and lessons learned from Sidney Stringer, which is rated “outstanding” by inspectors.Ernesford Grange head Chris Dennington said: “Our results were significantly improved. In the summer at GCSE, there was an increase of 13 per cent in pupils getting five GCSEs at C or above in maths and English.”We were one of the most improved schools in Coventry.”Mrs Tomes said: “Ernesford Grange Community Academy will become good first and then outstanding.”Coventry City Council’s cabinet member for education Coun David Kershaw (Lab, Bablake) is also working with the school, despite the government’s insistence that academies are independent from local councils.He said: “This school is special to us. We believe that the young people here can change the world and achieve great things.”.