We are proud to celebrate the excellence and achievements of our students and school community. Please see below for the latest news from All Saints.
Congratulations to all of our Year 11 students who collected their GCSE results this summer - we really enjoyed celebrating your hard work! We look forward to welcoming many of you to the sixth form for your Level 3 studies. We wish all of those moving on to new...
Congratulations to all of our sixth formers collecting their results this summer. We are so incredibly proud of you and with you all the very best for your future!
More than 300 Diocese of Hallam pilgrims including a group of students and staff from All Saints recently went on pilgrimage to Lourdes. This was a very rewarding opportunity for students who supported older pilgrims in their pilgrimage.
A group of our Year 10 students recently took part in their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh expedition as part of their award. Students had to learn orienteering, cooking and camping skills as well as navigating a route. Well done to all students who took part.
A group of our dance students recently participated in a dance workshop with a professional artist from Phoenix Dance Theatre. All students worked exceptionally hard and a number of our students were asked to audition for the Dance Academy - an outstanding achievement!
Our Year 7 and 8 students met Max and Harvey recently who performed for both year groups. They also shared the important message of taking care and looking after your mental health.
Our Year 7 and 8 students have been working hard on their homework projects in Art, Re and Languages on the theme of festivals. Students worked throughout the half term on a menu of tasks in order to develop their creativity as part of this cross curricular project....
Our sixth formers have shown their charitable nature by organising a reverse advent calendar in order to collect donations for St Wilfrid's centre. Thank you to all who contributed items for such a worthy cause.
Congratulations to the winners and runners up of our 50 word Christmas story competition. Well done to Antonina Y7, Phoebe Y8 and Kimberley Y9 who were our winners - what great stories you have written given such a small word limit!
A group of our top and most committed readers went to the Crucible Theatre to attend the National Book Awards with our Librarian Mrs Wright. They were rewarded with a book of their choice to remember the trip by.