All Saints provides its students with a
first-class education that prepares them extremely well for their future life in Modern Britain
The Governing Body of All Saints is committed to providing an educational experience of the highest possible quality for the Academy’s students. Governors undertake regular evaluation of the quality, standards and Christian distinctiveness of education in the Academy.
The Academy is inspected by the government's inspection service Ofsted on a regular basis in accordance with national guidelines. Under the latest guidance an Academy rated as providing a good quality of education can expect to receive an Ofsted inspection approximately each five years. This time can vary depending on the continued level of success the Academy is judged to be having.
Ofsted inspected All Saints in February 2015 for a period of two days.
The Inspectors found that all areas investigated were ‘Outstanding’, including:
- Overall Effectiveness
- Leadership and management
- Behaviour and safety of pupils
- Quality of Teaching
- Achievement of pupils
progress is outstanding throughout the academy for all groups of students, including the most-able students, those who are disadvantaged and those who are disabled or who have special educational needs.
This is a resounding endorsement of our central belief that ‘Every child matters equally to God.’
The full report for the inspection can be viewed by following the link to the Ofsted Website.
The Church of England inspects the Academy every five years to determine the extent to which it is distinctive and effective as a Church Academy. Our last inspection was in May 2014 when we were determined to be outstanding in all four areas within which judgements were made. The report can be downloaded here.
The Department for Education (DfE) has released the school comparison tool, (previously know as Performance Tables). This tool allows parents/carers to find information which allows them to assess levels of attainment and progress of students in All Saints and to compare that with other schools and with national averages.
Parent View is a website designed by Ofsted which gives parents the chance to share their views about All Saints and to compare our Academy with others.