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Alvechurch Church of England Middle School, formerly 'Alvechurch Church of England Primary School', is a voluntary controlled school, located in the village of Alvechurch, Worcestershire, England. it had around 360 pupils from ages 9 to 13.Pupils from Alvechurch Middle School tend to feed into either South Bromsgrove High School or North Bromsgrove High School.Academic standardsBy January 2004 the school provided for 39 per cent more pupils than it did in January 1998. Most pupils come from socially advantaged backgrounds. Following their inspection in January July 2008, the Ofsted inspectors concluded their report with an overall Overall: Grade 2 (out of 4): 'Good' with several outstanding features (Grade 1).Awards In 2004 the school was given the DfES Achievement Award for its academic performance in 2002. In 2007 the school attained the Artsmark Gold award from the Arts Council. The school has been awarded the Eco School Award for being an Eco friendly school.Sport and community activitiesIn 2004-05 five pupils from the school underwent training in bellringing at St Laurence Church to help out with a shortage of bellringers.In July 2006 in the Bromsgrove and Droitwich District Track Championships, Alvechurch girls came second in the year five events and the boys also came second in the year six section.
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