All Hallows RC High School
Salford, United Kingdom
About All Hallows RC High School
All Hallows Roman Catholic High School is proud to fall under the Diocese of Salford a mixed comprehensive secondary school situated in and serving the families and communities of the inner city Salford. We are a Catholic school, not only in name but also in character and ethos, and we believe that you will sense this in all of your contacts with people here.
We moved to a new modern state of the art building in September 2014 after outgrowing our previous site in Weaste Lane. We are a smaller than average secondary school and offer 625 places for students between the ages of 11 and 16 when fully subscribed, our small size and our excellent pastoral system of care allow us to get to know and support our pupils very well.
At All Hallows we aim to provide a broad and balanced education for all our pupils, resulting in the highest possible academic achievement, a full awareness of personal and social responsibility and a commitment to gospel values through the teachings of the Catholic church.
The school lies in the heart of the community, close to Salford Cathedral and the River Irwell a stones through away from Salford Quays and its iconic Media City UK, also on the doorstep of Manchester city centre with easy access to the M60, M61, M62, M6, M56 and with great rail and tram links. All Hallows attracts its staff from a wide geographic area.
We are lucky to have a committed and established staff with little staff turnover, vacancies here at All Hallows are rare. As an employer of choice we welcome visits from prospective employees, once you have been through our doors and experienced our warm and welcoming environment we are confident that you will want to work with us.
Mrs A Cavanagh
The outreach to the local community is a strength of the school and the welcome for all is outstanding- Diocesan report
The Catholic life, relationships, behaviour and care for all within the school is outstanding.- Diocesan report
Students are happy, respectful and considerate and their good behaviour contributes to a purposeful and vibrant atmosphere...- Ofsted
...the proportions of students making their expected levels of progress in English and Mathematics, in both Key Stage 3 and 4 was above that seen nationally.- Ofsted
Relationships between staff and students are very positive and supportive. Teachers use these good relationships and their strong subject knowledge to motivate and inspire their students.- Ofsted