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We are all one in Christ, our mission and our responsibility is to recognise all individuals in our community as part of the body of Christ and to value them accordingly in our treatment of them, thriving and progressing in a spirit of togetherness. (1 Cor. 12-29)


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 All Saints Catholic School celebrates the best A-Level results

All Saints Catholic School is pleased to announce a tremendous year of A-Level success. It’s A*-C performance measure has increased to a record-breaking 80%. As a result, this has meant that more students have not just gone to university this year but have gone to the top universities in the UK. 96% of students have elected to go to university, with a 20% increase compared to last year, of students gaining admission to the prestigious Russell Group universities. Students have gained admittance to a wide range of universities from Kings College London, to Exeter, Bristol, Southampton, and Warwick to name a few. The students have elected to read an eclectic mix of subjects ranging from medicine, law, psychology to music for example Success stories have been many and All Saints is proud of the achievements of the students who have been diligent and have worked hard with the support of their teachers, parents and peers. Ashreetha Moses, A*AA in Psychology, Biology and Chemistry and Jennifer Addo, AAB in Sociology, Psychology and History are just two of the success stories. Ashreetha is heading to St George’s University, London to study medicine and Jennifer will be reading law at Warwick University. Harriet Elsmore is going to read English at Exeter, having attained AAB. Yatta Fieka will be pursuing psychology having attained A*BB. The students expressed delight at their success. Harriet Elsmore said, “though I was nervous in opening my results envelope, I was so happy with my results. I want to thank the school for the support they have given me because I managed to turn my performance around in a year.”

Headteacher, Ms Clare Cantle, expressed delight and pride in the achievements of the students. “Aspiration has certainly increased at All Saints and it is pleasing to note that the number of students gaining admission to Russell Group universities has almost doubled from last year. I am proud of the achievements of our students, especially in the light of new specifications designed to make A-levels more challenging. Our students and staff have risen to face this challenge admirably to achieve great things. I am also proud of students who have also done well and have sought apprenticeships in industry too.”




GCSE Results 23rd August 2018

“Amazing” Results for All Saints Students

All Saints are celebrating another year of success for the students achieving GCSE results. In a year of change to specifications, the exams more challenging and a new grading system the students and staff are extremely proud of their achievements. Over a quarter of all grades were in the top new grade 7-9 bracket, with over 60 grade 9s, the Government’s new golden standard grade. Grade 9 is not the same as A* but higher; it’s a new grade, designed to recognise the very highest performing students. Emmanuella Akindele and Chinedum Okolo are celebrating with six grade 9s each, Emmanuella also achieved an 8, a 7, an A* and Chinedum also achieved two 8s and a 7. This is just a couple of the success stories from this year’s cohort. “I was completely shocked with my results, I know I worked hard but I am so pleased” said Emmanuella. David Emoot wants to thank his teachers “My grades are testament to the hard working teachers that really care about us.”Ms Cantle, headteacher said “I am extremely proud of the students, they have shown resilience and a determination to succeed throughout the course and they have now been rewarded for their efforts. It is wonderful that approximately 80% of our year 11 are staying at All Saints to completed their A level studies, as last weeks results show we have a very aspirant and high achieving sixth form centre.  The students, staff and parents have worked together to achieve these outcomes.  This is very much a day of celebration at All Saints.”


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