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
Y7 and Y12 - 8.30 am on Tuesday 2 September
Y8, Y9, Y10 and Y13 - 8.30 am on Wednesday 3 September (Y13 will register for course and start lessons on Thursday)
Y11 - 10.00 am on Wednesday 3 September, for tutor time at 10.20 am
Head teachers, staff, parents of current Year 6 pupils and Year 6 pupils are cordially invited to attend the event.
This is an opportunity to explore All Saints School, meet staff and students and find out how to apply for a place with us for the next academic year commencing September 2015
We are very pleased to announce our A level results which are:
58% A*- B grades at A2 and equivalent and 99.5% overall pass rate (only 3 U grades in total).
There were some stunning individual student performances including Luke Smith who gained 5 A* at A2 and A* for Extended Project Qualifications and who will be going on to Cambridge to read medicine. The vast majority of students have gained their first choice places on their chosen university courses.
Sports Day 2014 takes place.
Pupils perform at the Birmingham Symphony Hall.
Pupils complete their Bronze DoE expedition.
The All Saints Band visit Holland.
Pupils celebrate the end of their exams.
Students participate in an exciting Sports Day.
Students join young people for the Lourdes pilgrimage.