We hope that our website offers you an insight into our school and the very best education we provide for our students.

‘The atmosphere in classrooms and about school is calm and harmonious’

Ofsted, April 2018 

Sixth Form

We are a large Sixth Form of around 380 students and offer Level 3 provision through a range of A Level and BTEC courses.

 Sixth Form Open Morning 

Saturday 10 November 2018 10am – 12pm

‘The school welcomes pupils from a wide range of backgrounds and prides itself on the pastoral support its gives to each and every one of them’

Ofsted, April 2018 

‘All Saints offers a lot of extra-curricular activities, there is something for everyone.’

Year 8 Student 

‘Across the curriculum I have been encouraged to develop the indepdence I will need to succeed later on in life’

 Year 11 Student 

Alongside the academic and extra-curricular opportunities at All Saints, we also seek to support students in their personal journey towards spiritual development. 

‘Year 9 is focussed on developing the skills you need to succeed at GCSE. I feel well prepared for the GCSE courses I am taking.’

Year 9 Student

‘The careers advice and interviews help you to focus on the options and choices you can pursue after your GCSE examinations’

Year 10 Student

‘The teachers are all really supportive and teacher feedback helps me to develop my skills in class’

Year 8 Student

Welcome to All Saints Catholic High School

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the All Saints school community. As a Christian community we adhere to Gospel Values as the foundation for all that we do. We celebrate the cultural and religious diversity of our students and staff and thrive on our shared ethos which has, at its centre, love for one another….view more from the Head Teacher

        Sean Pender – Headteacher

Our Mission Statement

All Saints Catholic High School is a Christian community within the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church, working in the spirit of gospel values.

Within this tradition our school mission is to:

  • Share a common philosophy of life
  • Teach the truths of our faith and the principles of Christian morality

Latest News

Year 7 History Trip to Manor Lodge

Our Year 7 history students had the opportunity to experience local history when they visited Manor Lodge. During the trip, they looked around the grounds, completed some Tudor style inventories with quill and ink pen and got to meet a Tudor legend! This trip formed...

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Year 10 Restart a Heart Day

On Tuesday 16 October, all Year 10 students were involved in the Restart a Heart Day, a Europe wide initiative aimed at teaching secondary school students how to perform lifesaving CPR skills. The event, led by Yorkshire Ambulance Service and the British Heart...

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