All Saints' Catholic High School
Lancashire, United Kingdom
About All Saints' Catholic High School
Welcome to All Saints’ Catholic High School, the first school in the area to be inspected under the new rigorous Ofsted framework and to be judged as a Good school. Our report can be distilled into; "The school is improving rapidly due to strong leadership. Pupils' achievement and progress are good. Our pupils are thriving in a traditional academic approach, in a safe environment where teachers have high expectations" (Ofsted, Jan 2016).
We are a small Church school, where every child is known and valued; we provide opportunities for children which helps them feel that they ‘can do’ and that no task is beyond them.. We have a disciplined and well-ordered environment, which emphasises the joy and excitement of learning. Discipline is based upon the provision of stimulating lessons and activities to keep pupils working with interest, and we promote a climate in which it is the norm for pupils to be praised for behaviour and work. We seek to build a school in which mutual respect for all is lived out through all that we do.
The students "are proud of their school" and live our school motto "Luceat Lux Vestra" (Let Your Light Shine). The school is at a very exciting stage in its development and continues to move forward at a considerable pace on its journey to Outstanding.
Excellence and effort are celebrated daily and on major occasions, such as our ‘Awards Evening’, when former pupils of the school are our guests of honour and serve as outstanding role-models for our young people.
Our staff are experienced and care for our pupils by working hard to support and challenge each child to reach his or her full potential. Children enjoy their school and very high attendance figures reflect this. We offer activities to suit the needs of all abilities and talents.
Congratulations to the class of 2016. Alongside our outstanding English results there has been a significant improvement in the Progress 8 measure (which is now above the N.a.). This reflects the hard work of both our students and staff. May our Leavers continue to live our Mission, “Luceat lux Vestra”, as they embark on the next stage of their education.