All Saints Catholic College
We would like to congratulate our Sixth Form and Year 11 pupils on this year’s examination results. Our sixth formers have secured university places, jobs and apprenticeships across the country and Jake Gandy has secured a place to read History at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University which is a fantastic achievement.
Our year 11s pupils have also secured some fantastic results which have come about through hard work and dedication from students and staff. A quarter of our pupils gained 5 or more A*-B qualifications. 11 of our pupils gained 5 or more A*-A qualifications, of which Lauren Eccles and Lucy Houfe gained 9 A*-A and Callum Turner and Eleanor Braddock gained 8 A*-A. This a phenomenal achievement for them. We wish our students every success for the future and congratulate them on their results. We also need to thank our parents and carers for their on-going support throughout the academic year.
All Saints Catholic College is at the beginning of an exciting school improvement journey. We have a new vision for the school – Be Inspired, Be Excellent – Succeed. Our headteacher has gained designation as a Talented Leader which is a prestigious programme funded by the Department for Education. We have a new senior leadership team in place and have made key appointments in maths, English and science. We are dedicated to excellence in everything that we do, and these results are the start of rapid change at our school. Governors, staff, students and parents are excited about the year to come.
All Saints Catholic College
A Level Results
Huge congratulations to our final Sixth Form cohort who have secured excellent A-Level results with a 97% pass rate with a quarter of the grades at A*-B. We are very proud of them all. Our Sixth formers have secured places at various universities across the country, apprenticeships and jobs. We are confident that they will be a success in everything that they do. Particular congratulations to Jake Gandy who secured a place in Emmanuel College at Cambridge University which is a phenomenal achievement. Jake will read History. Our Sixth Formers are a positive example to us all – they show that excellence can be achieved by all when you work hard! Well done!
A very warm welcome to
All Saints Catholic College.
I am very proud to be the Headteacher of All Saints Catholic College. Our school is an excellent place for a child to be educated. We are at the beginning of a very exciting journey and have a new vision based on our key motto “Be Inspired. Be Excellent. Succeed.” At the core of our mission is the development of an outstanding Catholic education for every child who comes to our school. As a school we have high expectations for what every one of our pupils can achieve, and a strong belief that we can inspire every child to excel in whatever they choose to do in their future. We work in partnership with an outstanding school in order to help us to achieve our aims.
We are a Catholic community dedicated to providing an excellent education to all of our pupils so that they fulfil their ambitions and exceed their expectations.
We work together as a family through mutual respect so that everyone succeeds academically and grows spiritually.
All Saints Catholic College is founded on faith in Jesus Christ and is committed to the gospel values of love, truth, justice and peace. Our mission is to be a Catholic College where every individual is highly valued and where care and concern for others is central to our work. All our pupils are expected to achieve their potential and become equipped for adult life able to make a full contribution to society.
We have our own Chapel space as a place of tranquility, reflection, prayer and rest. Through our Chaplaincy provision, we offer the opportunity for pupils in all year groups to experience a retreat, using Savio House (Cheshire), Castlerigg Manor (Lake District), Linett Clough (Mellor), The Marist Centre in Chorlton and participation in the annual Shrewsbury Diocesan Pilgrimage to Lourdes. Throughout the year there are numerous opportunities to worship, reflect and develop our distinctive community together.
We engage in fundraising events for our chosen charities as well as those chosen by our pupils. Each year, remembering our duty to the most vulnerable in society, we raise money to support those who live lives of poverty, both in our local and global communities. Charities which benefit from the generosity of our community include Cornerstone Homeless Centre in Manchester, CAFOD, the Good Shepherd Appeal and local charities for children with Downs Syndrome.
You have created us in Your image.
Inspire us to be excellent in everything we do at All Saints.
Help us to love one another and respect all members of our community.
Enable us to use our gifts and talents to the best of our ability so that we succeed on our chosen path.
We believe that All Saints can make a radical difference to the life chances of our pupils and that we can help nurture confident, active and socially responsible adults. As a college, we develop our pupils to become rounded individuals who will be positive members of society with a breadth of skills that will enable their successful future careers. As such, we offer a variety of extra-curricular activities such as art, music, PE, homework clubs and dance. We also have a pupil leadership team who have input on school improvement priorities.
The All Saints school community is strong and we are committed to working in partnership with parents and carers in order to ensure high standards of behaviour and achievement for the young people who study here. In order to do this we will need your support as parents to ensure that your children attend every day, study hard, complete their classwork and homework to the best of their ability and follow the behaviour code of the school. In return you have my commitment to ensuring a high standard of education in a warm and caring school.
Visits to our school are most welcome. Should you wish to arrange to come and meet with us, please contact Karen Leigh.
Mrs L Emmett