Remembrance Poppy Appeal 1916 - 2016
Posted - 11 November 2016
During November All Saints held a series of Remembrance Assemblies dedicated to those who have died serving their country. Year 8 students were addressed by an Irish Ranger who spoke of the tragic loss of life during the 141 days of the Battle of the Somme. All Saints has a well established tradition of supporting the Poppy Appeal and students and families gave generously once again. At 11am on the 11th of November the school fell quiet as two minutes silence were observed. All Saints was also invited to take part in the rededication of the Kirkby Cenotaph. We were honoured to accept.
All Saints has been shortlisted in the Educate Awards 2016
Posted - 08 November 2016
The following is an excerpt from the email All Saints received:
2016 has seen an unprecedented number of entries and the quality across all categories has certainly impressed our judges, making it a very tough decision-making process. Judges this year commented that the standard of entries was so high that in some categories, you could have made a very good case for short-listing just about every applicant. Therefore it is already an outstanding achievement to have made the shortlist!
The prestigious Educate Awards 2016 ceremony takes place on the evening of Friday 18th November.
Paris Visit - October half term
Posted - 28 October 2016
Half term highlights for 33 All Saints students included a trip to Paris. Among the cultural elements were a visit to the Louvre, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe. The river cruise gave a different perspective on this famous city and the day concluded with a meal in a Parisian restaurant. In contrast a day was spent at Disneyland Paris to ride the roller coasters and be impressed by the fantastic fireworks and laser display.
Macmillan Appeal Cancer Research
Posted - 20 October 2016
We are delighted to announce that All Saints raised £1,218.42 for the Macmillan Cancer Charity. There was a variety of events including staff/student bake-offs, sponsored silences and Mr Dearing had his head shaved, which caused our students much amusement!
Blood Brothers Trip
Posted - 03 October 2016
270 GCSE students from All Saints recently attended performances of Blood Brothers at the Liverpool Empire theatre. This play is a set text for GCSE English Literature and we enjoyed the opportunity to have an afternoon out and prepare for examinations in a most enjoyable way. Our students were, once again, a credit to our community. One student commented, “It makes so much more sense when you see it on the stage”, and another added, “I had a really good time. It was fun”. Staff members, who accompanied our students, commented on how much they enjoyed a great performance, in wonderful company.