May 31st, 2017

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“The school no longer requires a category of concern. The school is now improving rapidly and continues its journey to being a good school.”

 

Dear Parents and Carers

I am absolutely delighted to inform you that the recent Ofsted inspection took All Saints Academy out of a category of concern. We are no longer “inadequate” and have been judged ”requires improvement”, but as you can see from the headline above, Ofsted feel that we are on a journey towards becoming a good school.

I would like to thank all the staff and students for the effort they have put in over the last fifteen months since I arrived at the Academy. With continued team-work we will aim to take the Academy on the next part of its journey to “good”!

 

Best wishes

Liz Furber

Principal

 

Here are the linked attachments:

  1. Newsletter
  2. Report RAG’d by Principal
  3. Full Report

 

May 31st, 2017

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All Saints Academy is undergoing a Section 5 Ofsted Inspection on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th January 2017.

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January 9th, 2017

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December 17th, 2016

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December 12th, 2016

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November 28th, 2016

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All Saints Academy – We Remember

Students at All Saints Academy came together in a powerful service of remembrance on Friday 11th November.

Members of the public joined our Act of Remembrance on a crisp autumn morning, passing a display of ceramic poppies created by students in response to the installation at the Tower of London.

The start of the service was marked by readings of the famous Laurence Binyon poem “For the Fallen” by Year 7 Head Girl, Charlotte Preston, and John McRae’s “In Flanders Field” by Sixth Form Head Girl, Shannon Stack.

Veteran Salvation Army bugler Raymond Jackson, who will be 80 on his next birthday, played The Last Post and the start of the two minute silence was marked by Sixth Form student Shaweer Noorah wearing full World War 1 uniform blowing an authentic 1917 soldier’s whistle.

All members of the Academy family were silent as wreaths were laid for each year group, for the staff and for our governors. The silence was broken by a whistle and Reveille.

Concluding our service, students left to the strains of Elgar’s Nimrod. A fitting end to a solemn and poignant occasion. Our thanks to all who marked this Act of Remembrance with us.

November 14th, 2016

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