We are a Christian community, within the traditions of The Roman Catholic Church, working within the spirit of the Gospels within this tradition our aim is to: - share a common philosophy of life, - teach the truths of our faith and the principles of Christian morality, - encourage our members to fulfil their intellectual, spiritual and physical potential, - prepare each person for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.
We work in partnership with the home, our churches and local communities in delivering high quality education for all. These relationships provide the foundation for developing lifelong wholeness and integrity.
Clare Scott – Headteacher
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Our website home page will be updated to give details of the closure. School will also send out a text message to parents and carers to inform them of the closure arrangements.
If you have a change of details that allows us to get in touch you can phone, email or update the SLG Data Collection Sheet. We will also inform the local radio stations of the closure as soon as possible (Radio Sheffield & Hallam FM)
Students can continue to study by using activities that have been set through Show My homework or the VLE.
We ask that students attend school the following day unless you have received further information by text message or through our website.
As a reward for our students' very generous contribution to charitable giving over the school year, they will be treated to a non-uniform day on Friday 29 April.
On this day, students can wear their own (appropriate) clothing. We ask that students would each donate £1 towards the Good Shepherd appeal. Normal school rules will still apply on the day regarding make up, jewellery, nails and hats.
Both the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver groups will be out in the Peak District this weekend completing their practice expedition as part of their preparations for the award.
Bronze groups will camp for one night, whilst Silver stay for an extra night. We wish all students well on their walk and for some, their first camping experience. We also hope the weather will be kind to them.
Year 13 students were involved in a talk about blood donation this week by the NHS Blood and Transplant team. Students were given information about the importance of blood donation to society and then had the opportunity to sign up to the donor register.
All Saints entry for the Harry and Margaret Kroto Prize for Innovative Use of Technology in Science Learning - a video by Y9 Triple Science students Olivia, Connie, Gianluca and Molly