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.
All Saints recognises the importance of reading for pleasure as well as further developing vitally important literacy skills. To allow this to happen, all pupils should carry a reading book with them in school, so that they can take the opportunity to immerse themselves in a story that interests them.
It is interesting to note that research from The Reading Agency suggests that 10 to 16 year olds who read for pleasure do better at school. We spoke to a few of our students about why they enjoy reading.
Our Year 11, 12 and 13 students have now taken their mock exams and are awaiting their results, which will indicate the progress they are making towards achieving their forecasted grades in the summer examinations.
Eight of our members of staff have been on a First Aid course this week and are now fully qualified in administering first aid across the school. All eight were presented with a certificate to certify completion of the course.