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Members of our Chaplaincy team and chaplaincy form representatives had a fantastic day yesterday at Newark show ground, as they celebrated the official launch of our new ‘Our Lady of Lourdes CMAT. The students met with other teachers and students from our Trust, sang songs and celebrated Mass with Bishop Patrick.

The students also presented Bishop Patrick with our school postcard which they have been working hard on. The postcard will travel around the other schools in our CMAT and we will receive theirs. Thank you to St Joseph’s in Shirebrook for their beautiful postcard. It will take pride of place in out reception.

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Today we have celebrated the long service of two members of our support staff. Mrs Scott and Mrs Woolley joined the school in September 1993. Both members of staff have now served the All Saints’ community for 25 years. This is a terrific achievement. We are grateful to Mrs Scott and Mrs Woolley for all of their work over the last 25 years, they have supported staff and students alike, have been professional in their approach to their work and have been fantastic ambassadors for the school.
We thank them for their service so far and look forward to them being at All Saints’ for many years to come!

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We have been advised to let parents know that Nottinghamshire County Council uses CCTV cars to enforce parking outside of schools. They visit every school in Nottinghamshire with parking restrictions and they record whilst passing the details of any cars parked illegally. The vehicle owners will receive a Penalty Charge Notice a few days later and many of these have been sent out as a consequence of using the vehicles. Parents are politely reminded not to park on the restrictions outside of the school in any circumstances. These restrictions are in place to provide a safe area outside of the school where the children will gather or cross the road and we ask for your help in keeping this area free of parked vehicles.

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Dear Parent/Carer

As part of our charity fundraising this term, we will be having a non-uniform day on Monday 22nd October.

If students wish to come to school in non-uniform, they are asked to pay £1, the monies collected will be given to the NCYDS (Nottingham Catholic Youth Diocese Service).

Please note that students must bring their PE kit for any PE lessons they have on Monday 22nd October.

If your child would like to take part in the non-uniform day, please send a £1 donation to school with your child on Friday 19th October, they should hand this to their form tutor at form time.

Thank you very much for your kind help and support.

Yours sincerely


Ruth Farrall
Head of School

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Our students have been working hard on a giant postcard that will be used at the our Lady of Lourdes CMAT launch day. This event,held at the Newark Showground on Tuesday 16 October will bring together all 21 schools from the new MAT for a day of celebration.

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The holiday pattern for the 2019 - 2020 academic year can be found by clicking on the link below.

2019-2020 Holiday pattern


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Students studying Drama in Years 9, 10 and 11 went to Derby Theatre on Thursday 27th September to see a performance of "Abigail's Party." Prior to the performance students participated in characterisation and script based workshops exploring key themes from the play before having an opportunity to look at the set. The students were an absolute credit to All Saints' both in their engagement in the workshops and maturity and behaviour throughout. A fantastic time was had by all.







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Dear Parent/ Carer

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to “ASPIRE- the All Saints’ Post-16 Information and Resource Event” the school will be hosting on Wednesday 17th October, starting at 6pm and finishing at 7:30 pm. As you are aware, All Saints’ students achieve excellent results and this is due to the support they receive and many of our students wish to continue their Post-16 studies at All Saints’. This event is designed to inform parents/carers about how they can support their child in the lead up to the GCSE examinations and to inform both students and parents about the Post-16 Education options available at All Saints’.

During the evening, different curriculum areas will be providing information, practical tips and copies of resources that will help your child prepare fully for their GCSEs. In addition, all curriculum areas, who offer Post-16 courses, will be available to explain the different specifications, entry requirements and expectations regarding sixth form study at All Saints’. Students will have the opportunity to ask any questions they may have about studying within the sixth form at this event directly to the relevant curriculum area.

Both Miss Flint (Assistant Head teacher) and Mrs Davie (Assistant Head teacher for Sixth Form) will be speaking about the important decisions our students have in front of them during their GCSE year to ensure they can access their preferred Post-16 option choice.

Parents/Carers who have attended these evenings before have found them very helpful in terms of providing clarity about what their child will be going through during this academic year and how to support their child in terms of securing the next stage of their academic journey.

Yours faithfully

Mrs L Johnson
Deputy Head Teacher

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Dear Parents / Carer,

We are happy to share with you that our students have made an excellent start to the new academic year and have returned with a positive attitude to learning. The examination results in the summer showed strong progress, excellent achievement and we exceeded targets set for the Academy. Seeing the students’ success and their smiling faces created joyous days for All Saints’. Many of our Year 11 students have stayed in the 6th form, with the majority of Year 13 students going off to University or the world of work.

As you are aware, All Saints’ Voluntary Academy sets the highest standards for our community and an integral part of this includes student uniform and appearance. We feel it is vital that students look smart and ready to learn. Visitors to our school regularly comment on how exemplary our students look in their uniform and this helps hold our students in high esteem in the local community.

There are two areas we feel it is important to address at this early stage of the academic year. Firstly, in relation to school trousers, the uniform section of the information area on our website clearly outlines our uniform expectations. School trousers should be-:

• Charcoal grey only.
• Trousers should be straight leg or boot cut.
• No drainpipe, fitted tight trousers.
• Trousers should be woven material not jersey/stretchy material.
• No leggings.
• No jeans.

Students should not be wearing trousers that contravene any of the characteristics outlined above and from 1st October, sanctions will be given to any student failing to meet these expectations.

Secondly, we would like to reiterate the expectations regarding make-up. Students in Years 7-9 should not have any make-up on at all. In Years 10-11, make-up may be worn discreetly, meaning that if it is obvious that a student is wearing make-up, this would be considered an excessive amount, leading to the student being challenged and sanctioned if the make-up is not removed. These expectations have not changed from the last academic year.

All Saints’ is committed to setting the highest standards in all areas and this includes standards of presentation. We value your support in ensuring students are attired in a manner reflecting a readiness to learn and in compliance with the school’s policies.

I look forward to writing to you in the coming weeks about the excellent contributions and achievements of our students in this first half term.

Yours sincerely,

R. Farrall C. Hutchinson
Head of School Assistant Head of School

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When Y7 students arrive in school on Thursday morning they will go to the dining room, they will be told which form they will be in and taken to their form tutor who will then take care of them. During the course of the morning they will have their photo and finger prints taken. They will also be given a personalised letter regarding details relating to setting up a sQuid account. On the first day students will be able to put money on their account or parents can send them with a packed lunch. We look forward to welcoming our new students

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Information for parents and students

Squid
Please could parents ensure that Squid accounts have sufficient funds as the school has no way to give out change.

Reading Book
From Monday 17 September all students in Year 7 and Year 8 will need to have a reading book with them in school as they will be reading every day.

Holiday Homework
Please ensure that all homework is returned to the relevant teachers to be marked.

We look forward to seeing all our students and wish them a successful year at All Saints'

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We are pleased to announce that students at All Saints’ have performed well at GCSE. Over 50% of our students have achieved the high pass in English and Maths. Additionally, over 80% of students have achieved the standard pass in English and 70% of our students have achieved this measure in Maths. We are incredibly proud of our students; they have worked really hard and deserve their success. We are also really thankful to our staff and the students’ parents or guardians who have supported our pupils at every stage of their All Saints’ journey.

A special mention should go to the following students who have performed exceptionally well:

Khaleel Zareen - 1 x A*, 6 x 9, 3 x 8, 1 x 7.
Nathalia Allen-Hernandez – 1 x A*, 3 x 9, 6 x 8
Maria Anil – 4 x 9, 1 x A, 1 x 7
Amy Burbanks – 2 x 9, 2 x 8, 4 x 7
Caitlin Crutchley – 2 x 9, 1 x A, 2 x 8, 3 x 7
Taniya Illawatura – 1 x A*, 3 x 9, 5 x 8, 1 x 7
Louis James – 2 x 9, 3 x 8, 3 x 7
Alex Lilliman – 3 x 9, 1 x 8, 2 x 7
Rianna Majer – 2 x 8, 1 x A, 2 x 7, 1 x B
Shannon Cunningham – 1 x 9, 1 x A, 1 x B, 1 X 8, 2 x 7, 5 x 6
Marcelina Palamar – 1 x A*, 2 x 8, 3 x 7, 1 x 6
Josie Reaney – 2 x 9, 1 x 8, 2 x 7, 1 x 6
Harry Torr - 1 x 9, 1 x 8, 5 x 7, 3 x 6, 1 x B
Kinga Sek – 1 x 9, 1 x 8, 3 x 7, 1 x B
Davina Sohal – 6 x 7, 1 x 9, 2 x 8, 1 x A*
Jakub Szymczakowski – 1 x A*, 1 x 8, 6 x 7
Joseph Topliss – 2 x 9, 5 x 8, 1 x 7


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A Level results can be collected between 8 am and 10 am on Thursday 16 August

GCSE results can be collected between 9.30 and 11.30 am on Thursday 23 August

If a student is unable to collect the results in person and would like someone to collect them on their behalf, the nominated person must bring in a letter from the student authorising the person to collect the results for them

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The Year 12 student progress reports are available for you to access on the new parent communication facility, Insight. Please login to Insight to view your child’s latest report.

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If you haven't received your parent login details please first check your junk mail folder and then contact Mr Holt for assistance.

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Dear Parents/ Guardians


Here you will find the Year 10 Summer Home Learning expectations from each area of the curriculum. This outlines the nature of the tasks that have been set by departments. It is really important that if your child is entering Year 11 in September, they make a strong academic start and the activities outlined here are designed to support your child in being able to do that. Their final GCSE year will be a demanding one and they will be in a better position in terms of coping with the academic demands if they have completed the activities. The activities include a mixture of revision tasks and preparation for future learning. Many thanks in advance for your support.


Ms L Johnson
Assistant Head teacher

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On Monday 16th July a group of Y8/Y9 students participated in the STEM Challenge at West Nottinghamshire College. Students were selected as a result of their continued hard work and excellent attitude in Science this year.
Students completed three of the challenges including; producing E-Fit photos of two very suspicious suspects; designing, constructing and racing an electric vehicle; diagnosing a "patient" using questioning and medical testing techniques and robotics, whereby students programmed a robot to navigate a series of obstacles.
Finally, students were able to participate in a Q&A with university students asking questions about what life is like at university.
The photos show the students engaged in their activities. They were a credit to themselves and the school; they were polite to the providers throughout the day, participated fully in every activity and worked well in teams with students from other schools.
In addition, four students achieved awards and trophies. Lily and Taylor won the award for best vehicle group, with the fastest vehicle created on the day. Emily and Eve were in the "best team of the day". They each were awarded a trophy and will take part in the regional final event in Sheffield in December. The school also received a trophy for the cabinet.
Students were given their awards by the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire.
Congratulations to everybody who took part.
Thank you to Miss Johnson, Mr Collins, Mr Long, Mr Swinbank and Mrs Stoppard for supporting the trip.

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Photos from our production of The Wiz. Performed on Sunday 1st July to Tuesday 3rd July 2018.
This amateur production of "The Wiz" is presented by special arrangement with Samuel French LTD. Book by William F. Brown, Music and Lyrics by Charlie Smalls, From The story " The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz" by l Frank Baum.

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Recently over 200 primary school children from our feeder schools, Holy Trinity, St Philip Neri, St Joseph’s Shirebrook, St Joseph’s Boughton and St Patrick's took part in a Year 1 sports festival. The winners of each of the events were as follows: Cricket-St Patrick's group 1; Athletics- St Joseph's Boughton group 4; Handball- St Joseph’s Shirebrook; Scatterball-Holy Trinity group 3.
Overall, taking all scores into consideration St Patrick’s took 3rd place, St Philip Neri A 2nd place and St Joseph's Boughton took home the trophy finishing first.
Congratulations to all involved plus our fantastic leaders that made the day run so smoothly!
Leaders
Year 7
Molly Cajkler I-SND
Harvey James I-CES
Thomas Ross I-BDS
Sharon Emmanuel C-SMT
Kade Harrison I-CES
Corey Clarke V-ATR
Robson Candlin V-GRW
Ava England I-CES
Enya Roebuck V-GRW
Francesca Wilkins-Campbell I-DSA
Megan Shepard I-APR
Natasha Nijjar I-EHM
Scarlett Spendlove F-JWN
Charlotte Bowskill F-CWN
Olivia Vardy I-SKY
Faye Marsh F-ANS
Chloe Parkin F-MMN
Ellissia Smith I-NKY
Eve Fisher I-CES
Jed West F-MMN
Hannah Smedley C-BGE
Oliver Brown
Tilly Newton Lawrence
Daisy Mae Millard
Ruby Jinks
Aimee-Grace Johnson

Year 8
Maddison Steffen F-HHY
Holly Richardson
Maddy Brooks F-JHY
Carlie Carter I-SND
Shuna Dudley I-APR
Leo Eccleston I-BDS
Isabella Read C-HFT
Megan Jones C-JMN
Leanon Keatting V-KEL
Ben Harris V-REA
Brandon Wass C-AWN
Tyler Wass C-AWN
Anastasia Spyrou C-AWN
Freya Fulleylove C-GMN
Amy Grace Jackson
Nina Goodwin
Holly Richardson

Year 9
Hanifa Abdul V-CHA
Jack Birks C-SMT
Aaron Emmanuel C-HFT
Thomas Eaton I-NKY
Jacob Jepson I-BDS
Lewis Orli F-MMN
Simona Sajan F-SPO
Thomas Stoppard F-HHY
Charlie Westwood I-BDS
Hollie Whetton C-AWN
Madison Doyle
Megan Dillon
Charlotte Mason
Emily Heath
Lewis Cantrell
Valentina Illawtura V-DHS
Year 10
Maria Erazo- Bastidas F-EVD
Ffion Roberts F-SGR
Bradley Hall
Alicja Kister V-KEL
Caitlyn Parks I-JRE
Nimesh Arun C-AWN
Brandon Lee-Smith F-MMY
Madison Pallester C-BET

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Congratulations to Tess, Amelia, Alicia, Natalia and Lauren, who attended the Junior Enterprise awards night recently and walked away with not just one, but two prizes. They won best product and were also crowned the overall winners, winning best company. The girls have worked incredibly hard setting up their business, selling in Mansfield market and presenting a well-polished business idea to a panel of judges.

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On Wednesday 4 July, 66 Year 10 pupils accompanied by Miss Rodgers, Miss Claymore, Miss Jarvis and Mr. Naylor spent the day at the Holocaust centre. As part of the visit pupils visited the memorial gardens, the holocaust exhibit in the museum and also listened to the story of a holocaust survivor via a video recording.It was a very interesting and emotional day as pupils reflected on the importance of remembering the Holocaust so that we can prevent future tragedies from occurring. This trip to the Holocaust centre links closely with the visit to Krakow Poland running in February for pupils, where they will get to visit the location of the most famous concentration camp Auschwitz Birkenau and further their understanding of this tragedy.

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The Year 8 student progress reports are available for you to access on our parent communication facility, Insight. Please login to Insight to view your child’s latest report.


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Dear Parent / Guardian,

I am writing to inform you about a change to the structure of pastoral system at All Saints’ Catholic Voluntary Academy for the upcoming year. The school currently has a Vertical Tutoring system, where students from Year 7 to 11 are housed together within an individual tutor group. Next year the school will be introducing a Horizontal Tutoring system, where students are in a tutor group with students solely from their own year group. We feel as a school that this change will enable students to have better quality, differentiated support within tutor time and the change in structure will allow students to have provision that better meets their personal, social, spiritual, emotional and academic needs. On the school website there is an overview of the reasons why All Saints’ has chosen to adapt the pastoral tutoring structure and an outline of what the changes will mean on a day-to-day basis for our students. It is important to note that Sixth Form students in Years 12 and 13 will not be affected by the change in pastoral system and their tutor provision will remain unchanged.

The changes outlined in the school website communication have been very carefully considered and stem from a desire to improve our already strong pastoral provision that was highly commended only last calendar year by OFSTED inspectors. Horizontal tutoring will mean a restructuring of how tutors, pastoral leaders, the Senior Leadership Team and support staff are utilised during tutor time to enhance the quality and relevance of provision for students in the modern school environment.

Vertical tutoring has worked well for All Saints’ in recent years but a range of reasons have resulted in a need for the school to review the current pastoral provision and investigate ways in which we can give our students the best possible deal in keeping with the ethos of providing the best education and care we can for all members of our Living Faith community. I hope that after having read the information on the school website, you will see how the changes, starting next academic year, will improve the quality of support your child receives even further. I must stress that the current House system will still be an important part of the new Horizontal Tutoring system, which will work alongside the organisation of our students into year based tutor groups.

If you have any questions regarding the changes to a Horizontal Tutoring system, which are not addressed by the information on the school website, then please feel free to contact your child’s tutor, Head of House or a member of the Senior Leadership Team. May I express my gratitude in advance for your reading of this information and your continued support for the school, which helps make All Saints’ a fantastic learning community.

Yours faithfully,


Mr C Hutchinson

Assistant Head Teacher (Care, Guidance and Support)

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Dear Parent

Additional school funding could be available for your child to help support their education. If your child meets any of the criteria below, please help us to maximise funding the school receives by acting now.

Children eligible for free school meals
If your child is eligible for free school meals or has been in the last 6 years this will generate pupil premium funding for your child’s school. To be eligible for free school meals you must be in receipt of the appropriate benefits and have submitted an application for free school meals to the Local Authority Benefits Team.
If you qualify for the appropriate benefits but have chosen not to apply for free school meals, please consider applying. You do not have to take up the free school meal to attract the funding for your child’s school. Free school meals cannot be backdated so you should only apply if you currently qualify.

Children that are adopted or leave care under a Special Guardianship Order or a Residence Order
Schools in England can receive the Pupil Premium for children adopted from care, or who left care under a Special Guardianship Order on or after 30 December 2005. School can also claim for children who left care under a Residence Order on or after 14 October 1991.
It is up to those with parental responsibility to decide if they wish the school to know whether their child is adopted, or is under a special guardianship order or residence order. If you would like to enable us to claim this premium, you will need to inform us about your child and provide supporting evidence, for example, provide the original Adoption (Court) Order.

Children with parents or carers in the armed forces
Schools receive extra funding to support children and young people with parents or carers in the armed forces. Pupils attract the funding if they meet the following criteria:
• One of their parents/carers is serving in the regular armed forces
• One of their parents/carers served in the regular armed forces in the last 6 years
• One of their parents/carers died while serving in the armed forces and the pupil is in receipt of a pension under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) and the War Pensions Scheme (WPS).
If your child meets one of the above criteria, please let us know as this will enable us to claim this additional funding.

Thank you in anticipation of your support.

Yours sincerely

P Greig
Headteacher

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The school will be closed to students on Monday 18 June. Students who are taking their examinations will come into school as normal, school buses will be running as normal.

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Recently over 100 primary school children from our local feeder schools take part in a Year 2 summer sports festival. The students competed in 4 different sports with the winners as follows: Cricket-St Patrick's group 2; Athletics St Joseph's Shirebrook group 4; Handball St Joseph's Boughton group 2; Scatterball St Patrick's group 3. Overall, taking all scores into consideration, St Joseph’s Boughton took 3rd place, St Joseph’s Shirebrook 2nd place and St Patrick's took home the trophy finishing with an impressive 56 points.
Congratulations to all involved plus a big thank you to our fantastic sports leaders that made the day run so smoothly!

Well done to Corey, Yioanna, Mason, Ruby,Tilly, Lucas, James, Scarlett, Enya, Hannah, Kayleigh, Mark, Shauna, Sian, Libby,Maddy,Noah,Ben,Jasmine,Lilly, Freya,Livia, Sophia,Rebecca,Thomas,Ayron,Holly, Jacob, Lewis, Anna
Simona, Samuel, Charlie, Thomas, Eleanor, Ella, Jessica, Patryk, Bradley and Megan.

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The Year 10 student progress reports and mock results are available for you to access on our parent communication facility, Insight. Please login to Insight to view your child’s latest report.


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From the 4th June 2018 girls may wear skirts to school as we start our final half-term of the Summer.
Please note that skirts should be knee length, grey and made of the same material as school trousers . Jersey or stretch material is not allowed.
Skirts should be worn with either black tights or white ankle socks.

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Students who have worked hard all year and are consistently meeting the expectations of the school have been informed that they are invited to the Y11 Prom on Friday 22 June, 7-11 pm at the John Fretrwell Cetnere in Warsop. The cost is £20 per student which should be paid by Friday 8 June at the latest. We look forward to celebrating the achievements of our students at this event and know that many of them are already excited! It is a great occasion for students to celebrate their time at All Saints' with their friends and staff and the end of their examintions.

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Year 7 exams begin on the 4 June and Year 8 exams on the 18 June.
Please click on the links below to view our revision guides.

Year 7 Revision Guide

Year 8 Revision Guide

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Dear Parents/ Carers
I would like to begin by thanking you for the support you have given our Year 11 students and the school throughout this academic year. The exam season will begin in earnest on Monday 14th May and this will be an intense, but exciting time for both students and staff so your continued support is much appreciated.
In order to support your child with their GCSE examinations, I have produced the attached document, “Revision and Exam Timetable”; students will receive a paper copy of this document which explains where breakfast revision, timetabled revision, exams and afterschool revision sessions will be taking place throughout the exam season. Please encourage your child to attend as many before and after-school sessions as they can, so they are fully prepared for each examination they sit. Personally, I would be placing this document on the fridge or somewhere that is a central point in the household, so everyone knows which examinations are coming up and how your child’s study across the week needs to be distributed.
There are a number of resources, via the Pixl Apps for Maths, English, Geography and History that students can access; the school’s VLE contains a range of resources (particularly exam questions) and each student will have their exercise books and the revision resources they have produced throughout their Key Stage Four studies.
Your child does need to be prioritising their revision but they will also need to be encouraged to balance this with breaks. Self-care is going to be very important throughout this period as the exam season is long and demanding. It is absolutely natural for your child to be worried or anxious about their upcoming examinations and results; at school we have encouraged students to try and reframe that narrative so they start to look forward to their exams and build up their self-belief so any way this can be reinforced at home would be fantastic. Checking your child is getting a decent night’s sleep before their exams, a good and healthy breakfast on the day of their exam, and that their routine remains regular is crucial throughout this exam period.
Recently, I have had the privilege of seeing some of the recent art work produced by students who have already taken part of their art exam; as well as examining the projects produced by students in Textiles and Resistant Materials (pieces which will form part of your child’s coursework submission) and hear about a number of the successful speaking exams that make up 25% of your child’s Modern Foreign Language qualification. It is wonderful to see the range of talent across the year group and I know the majority of our students are working incredibly hard in the preparation for their examinations. As the exam season lasts up to six weeks for some of our students, praising their continued efforts will be very important for their confidence and stamina, so please help us to do this by acknowledging the efforts your child is going to as they prepare and take their examinations.
Again, thank you for all of your support in terms of getting our Year 11 students ready for their GCSES.
Yours Sincerely
Ms L Johnson

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Well done to all who took part in the Year 4 Festival. We were pleased to welcome together our feeder primary schools, St Patrick's, St Josephs Boughton, St Joseph's Shirebrook, St Philip Neri and Holy Trinity to celebrate their gifts and talents. Throughout the day Students in 4 teams competed against each other in handball, rugby, football and basketball to decide who takes home the Year 4 cup. Schools fought hard but in the end their could only be one winner with Holy Trinity taking the victory.

Well done to All Saints' leaders for their planning and organisation on the day, you were all amazing and did All Saints' proud.

Year 7
Faye Marsh F-ANS
Daisy-Mae Millard I-SND
Georgia Thorpe I-MKY
Daniel Ulik F-SGR
Connor Price I-NKY
Jack Freestone Wright I-DSA
Holly Huges V-ATR
Chloe Morrell C-MWN
Ryan Parks I-MKY
Patryk Owczarczyk C-AWN
Olivia Vardy
Scarlette Spendlove
Lucy Broderick

Year 8
Libby Armitage C-MWN
Chloe Taylor C-MWN
Maddy Brooks F-JHY
Jasmin Brunt I-DSA
Lucy Crossland F-ANS
Tia Davis C-ERS
Ruby Wilson C-MWN
Holly Richardson
Maddison Steffen
Evie Young
Sophia Williams
Natalia Herder
Isabella Read
Amber Calders V-KEL

Year 9
Hanifa Abdul V-CHA
Holly Harrington C-AWN
Cris Melvin I-SKY
Sam Grey
Harriet Williams C-BET
Christina Christodoulou F-ANS
Abbie Simpson F-MMN
Jack Birks C-SMT
Abbie Bradbury V-SWN
Jacob Brookes F-JWN
Ruby Calders V-MCY
Valentine Illawatura V-DHS
Austin Longmate F-JHY
Emily Heath
Meghan Clarke

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3All of the places for Year 7 in September 2018 have now been offered and accepted, Unfortunately, we are unable to offer any addtional places. We do realise that this will be upsetting news for parents of children who have not been offered a place. Should a place become available between now and the end of the school term we shall go back to our waiting list and the place will be offered to the next child on the waiting list which has been devised according to the school's admissions oversubscription criteria.

If parents wish to appeal the letter of appeal, together with any other information which parents wish to provide, should be sent to Lesley Buet, All Saints' Catholic Academy, Broomhill Lane, Mansfield NG19 6BW by Tuesday 8 May 2018. All letters of appeal will be acknowledged, if you do not receive an acknowledgement please contact the school. Please make sure you make clear the name of your child, include their date of birth, your full name and address and contact telephone number. Appeals will then be dealt with by the Diocese.

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Please click here to read an important letter from our new academy CEO Designate, James McGeachie regarding All Saints' new Headteacher for September.

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The Year 11 student progress reports are available for you to access on Insight. Please login to Insight to view your child’s latest report.

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STEM events in the Science Department
It’s been a busy term in the Science Department. Alongside preparing Y11 and Y13 students for their upcoming exams other year groups have benefitted from a number of STEM related activities.
Year 7 students participated in an event “I’m a Scientist get me out of here!!!” This was an online event where school students meet and interact with scientists; an X Factor-style competition between scientists, where students are the judges. Students challenged the scientists over fast-paced online text-based live CHATs. They asked the scientists anything they wanted, voting for their favourite scientist to win a prize of £500. Of special mention is Patryk Owczarczyk (C-AWN) – who was awarded "best question of the day" - he will receive a certificate as recognition of this achievement. Thank you to Mr Hall for organising this event.
Year 8 students experienced a visit from a STEM ambassador. STEM Ambassadors are volunteers from a wide range of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) related jobs and disciplines across the UK. They offer their time and enthusiasm to help bring STEM subjects to life and demonstrate the value of them in life and careers. The topic of discussion was engineering, detailing the importance of trialing and testing methods to ensure comfort, speed and safety in train design. Thank you to the DT dept for their support with this event.
After the success of the 6th Form Biology Olympiad, Year 8, Year 9 and Year 10 students were also given the opportunity to take part in a similar competition; the Biology Challenge. The Biology Challenge is open to students aged 12-15 years old. The competition consisted of two, twenty-five-minute multiple choice papers taken online under exam conditions. Questions are based on the school curriculum, but the competition also rewards those students whose knowledge of the subject has been increased by reading books and magazines or watching natural history programmes. Notable achievements included Ebony Elsey, Jakub Ulik, Sam Molyneaux and Kamil Bujko who completed all questions and achieved over 70% correct responses. Well done to everyone involved and thank you to Miss Parry for organising this event.
Finally, a small number of Year 10 students attended a Medical Careers Workshop at Vision West Nottinghamshire College. Students were able to meet first year medical students and share hints and tips on getting into medical school. In addition, everyone took part in a number of workshops including diagnosis using oximeters and stethoscopes, medical ethics, resuscitation and CPR and finally prosthetics. Thank you to Mr Holt and Mr Collins for supporting this event.

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The Year 10 mock exams begin on 30th April. Revision lists can be found on the VLE/ GCSE Exam Tips and Information/ Year 10 Revision Lists

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Apologies for the late notice but there will not be any intervention sessions after school tomorrow, 19 April.

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There was snow way we weren’t going to celebrate World Book Day!
Today our classrooms were filled with a colourful selection of characters including a boy in stripy pyjamas, Matilda and Hagrid! They were taught by a Handmaiden, Sherlock Holmes and Alice in Wonderland – to name a few! There were some fantastic costumes! Well done to everyone who got involved.
To celebrate the event as a whole school, every lesson during the day began with the teacher sharing part of a story. As the students progressed through their day they were able to gather more information about the characters and plot. During their last lesson, pupils were given the opportunity to discuss how they thought the story might end. They were then told the final part of the story to see how many of them managed to guess correctly. KS3 students also took part in DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) during period 5.
A Book Swap event was held during lunch time to give pupils the opportunity to swap a book they had read for another book and a book themed quiz took place during Tutor Time.

The following students won prizes for their fantastic costumes: Bailey Millard, Holly Hughes, Evan Armstrong and Job McGuire. Well done to all the students who came to school dressed as their favourite character!
The prize for the best dressed member of staff went to Mr Smith who was dressed as Gandalf - he looked absolutely fantastic!

It has been a wonderful day and an opportunity for us all to celebrate our love of books and reading!






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Recently, students from All Saints' visited residents at Maun View Care Home. They chatted to the residents and joined in with some baking. The residents really enjoyed the visit.
Well done to the following students:
Jason Slack
Jordan Frost
Kai Parkinson
Dylan Parkinson
Sophie Watson
Kacper Kaczewshi
Chloe Simpson
Annabelle Young
Biravena Balachandron
Esther Lane
Shannon Taylor
Leanne Overton
Gabriela Kaczmarek
Tegan Gilfoyle
Caitlin Jacques
Scott Hogan
Jakub Ulik

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A massive well done to our sports leaders for running the KS2 inclusion festival at All Saints'. Students from St Patrick's and St Joseph’s Boughton competed throughout the day at basketball, handball, boccia and badminton. All were fantastic in their endeavour and should be commended on their teamwork and fair play.

Results
Handball
1st St Josephs B
2nd St Patricks A
3rd St Patricks B
4th St Josephs A

Basketball
1st St Josephs B
1st St Patricks A
3rd St Josephs A
4th St Patricks B

Boccia
Winners St Josephs Boughton

All Saints' morning leader- Jamie Newton .
All Saints afternoon leader - Evan Adamson

Sports leaders
Year 10
Daniel Pawson
Sophie Watson
Joseph Wright
Caitlyn Parks

Year 9
Evan Adamson
Charlie Boyer-White
Lewis Cantrell
Jack Dickenson
Megan Dillon
Alex Greg
Alex Redford
Eloise Della-Spina
Teri-Ann Birkin
Agness Stokeley

Year 7
Jamie Newton
Molly Jackson
Layla Barker
Amelia Kelly
Niamh Kelly
Yioanna Darzanos
Amy Johnson

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The Year 7, Year 12 and Year 13 Student Progress Reports are available for you to access on Insight. Please login to Insight, to view your child's latest report.

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On Thursday 22 March, 168 Y10 students from All Saints’ took part in the Mock Interview Day at The Civic Centre in Mansfield. This event is part of the students’ world of work programme. Prior to the event students had to select a job to apply for from the ‘Job News’ sheet, they then had to write a letter of application and complete an application form. Students walked to the Civic Centre where they had a 20 minute interview with an employer from the local business community. Over 19 organisations very kindly allowed their staff to take part in the interviews and we are indebted to them for their support, without them we could not have run this event. Students received feedback on the day from their interviewer but they have also received their feedback sheet today which we hope they will use in the future to support them when applying for sixth form, college courses or apprenticeships.

Our students were a credit to themselves, their families and school. All of the employers commented on how smart, polite and well-mannered the students were. Well done Year 10!

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On Tuesday 20 March, 6 Y11 boys from All Saints’ Catholic Academy in Mansfield went to the Pendragon training Academy for a workshop specially designed for them ‘, the next steps’. Andrew Harrison, Technical Training Programme Leader at Pendragon, delivered the event. The boys were involved in a number of tasks enabling them to look at where they were now and where they saw themselves in the future. He then discussed with them the pathways to their success and how they needed to work hard to get the exam results they need to ‘open all doors’ for them in the future.

The boys had the benefit of hearing about Andrew’s life experiences, he told them how sometimes it helps to have someone other than a parent or teacher helping them to look clearly at the road ahead, encouraging them to get good GCSE results, look at different routes and always to have a Plan B!

The highlight for the lads was the opportunity to look at and sit in the new Jaguar F type which was specially brought into the Pendragon showroom for them.

The morning ended with a lunch kindly provided by Pendragon. This was a great opportunity for the boys to discuss with Andrew their ambitions for the future, what qualifications they will need, information about apprenticeships and how to be ensure that all doors remain open to them after GCSEs enabling them to make the right career choices in the future.

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The Year 8 and Year 9 Student Progress Reports are available for you to access on Insight. Please login to Insight, to view your child's latest report. Please note that the Year 8 Parents Evening is Thursday 26th April, we look forward to seeing you then.

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A massive well done to the Year 7 girls who competed in a football tournament at Sutton Lawns yesterday. The girls played the tournament with only 6 players and came 5th overall, winning one game, drawing three and only losing two! Well done girls!
Girls involved: Caitlin Walker, Molly Robson, Scarlett Spendlove, Yionna Darzanos, Enya Roebuck, Molly Cajkler.
If you would like to get involved please see a member of the PE staff, training is after school every Tuesday.

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Core Mocks
After returning from half term, Year 11 students sat mock examinations in English and Maths. Teachers have started to give the marks back to students so please ask your child how they performed in the most recent examinations, particularly if your child has improved between the December and February examinations. This is a great opportunity for your child to consider if their current work rate is leading to greater success in their examinations. It is really important that even though those mock examinations have been completed, your child is still spending a good portion of their revision focussed on mastering skills for their English Language, English Literature and Maths examinations. If you have any concerns about the progress of your child in relation to their most recent mock examinations, please do not hesitate to contact their class teacher to find out how you can further support your child.
At this stage in their Year 11 journey, your child should be spending a portion of their evenings and weekends revising for their GCSE examinations. In a recent assembly, students were advised to adopt a revision method called: “Spaced Practice” which is a cycle whereby your child will “learn, forget, relearn, and remember again” in order to strengthen their memory. This process of spaced practice works better than cramming because students are going back to the ten topics they find most troublesome and difficult on a weekly basis; through increased exposure, students will find that ideas and concepts are stored more securely in their long term memory. Please be encouraging and praising your child when you can see that they are working independently in a focussed way towards their GCSE examinations.
Parent and Student Study Skills Workshop.
The English and Maths departments are offering a Study Support Workshop where parents and Y11 students will work together to trial different revision activities. Our aim is to ensure every home is able to fully support their child.
To allow the support to be implemented over the Easter break, the session will take place on Tuesday 27th March from 4pm until 6pm. There will be two 45-minute sessions delivered by staff on practical methods you can ensure the students are revising in a way that will support their progress.

The first 30 Y11 students to return slips will be allocated places. If there is significant interest, we will look to repeat the session in early April. Although it is being led by the English and Maths departments, many of the activities you will be shown will be transferable to other subjects. We hope to see you there, so that we can all work together to support the students at this crucial time of year. Letters are available from your child’s English teacher. You can alternatively reserve a place by emailing the below information to Mr Alderson. (alderson.d@allsaints.notts.sch.uk)
Intervention
Additional interventions sessions are taking place throughout the school week and your child should still be attending those. The final cycle of intervention will begin after Easter and so students will receive a letter indicating the additional sessions that they need to attend.
A number of subjects will also be offering Easter intervention sessions and information about these sessions will be going out to students and parents/ carers towards the end of this week. We are really lucky that so many of our teachers are prepared to come into school over their Easter holidays and provide additional study sessions, so please support your child’s attendance.

Pixl
Since January, our students have had access to the Pixl Apps. These can be accessed for the following subjects: Maths, English Literature, Geography and History. Please encourage your child to be accessing the apps and using them in order to complete revision. If your child gets the bus or a lift to school, this is a great time in the day to access the apps and complete some revision.
In addition, Pixl have put a power point together, providing practical strategies for parents about how you can support your child’s well-being in this demanding period. This can be found here on the school’s website, under General Information, Parent Information, and Support Information.

Time Remaining
As students have less than 30 official school days left before the examination period begins in earnest, it is incredibly important that they are attending every day.

Many thanks for your continued support.

Miss L Johnson
Assistant Head teacher

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Dear Parent/Carer

Duke of Edinburgh Award – Silver Training Walk

As you are aware your son/daughter’s Silver training walk takes place on Sunday 25 March at 9.00am.

Participants will meet at the Monsal Head Hotel car park (DE45 1NL) 10 minutes before the above start time. We would ask that parents depart quickly once you have dropped your child off, so we can make a prompt start.

Please also remind your child to wear appropriate clothing for the day e.g. walking boots, a raincoat if it is forecast rain and bring sun cream if the weather is hot.
They will also need to bring a packed lunch and something to drink in a small backpack along with any medication they may need.

We are Aiming to finish back at the hotel car park for about 2.30pm

If you have any questions regarding the above or you would like to discuss matters relating to this training walk, please do not hesitate to contact us on:

Tel: 01623 474700
Email: long.s@allsaints.notts.sch.uk or swinbank.d@allsaints.notts.sch.uk

Yours sincerely

S. Long and D. Swinbank
Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Leaders

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Yesterdays Cancelled training walk for Bronze Award students cannot be re-scheduled. Instead the first day of the practice weekend (Saturday 28 April) will be used for training, so staff will walk with students on that day then the students will walk alone as planned on the Sunday.

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Our World Book Day celebrations will now take place on Thursday 29th March (last day of term.)
Year 7s will be invited to come to school on that day dressed in their costume.
The Book Swap for pupils will also run during lunch.
So, dust off your costumes because World Book Day is coming!


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The English and Maths departments are offering a Study Support Workshop where parents and Y11 students will work together to trial different revision activities. Our aim is to ensure every home is able to fully support their child.

To allow the support to be implemented over the Easter break, the session will take place on Tuesday 27th March from 4pm until 6pm. There will be two 45-minute sessions delivered by staff on practical methods you can ensure the students are revising in a way that will support their progress.

The first 30 Y11 students to return slips will be allocated places. If there is significant interest, we will look to repeat the session in early April.

Although it is being led by the English and Maths departments, many of the activities you will be shown will be transferable to other subjects. We hope to see you there, so that we can all work together to support the students at this crucial time of year.

Letters are available from your child’s English teacher. You can alternatively reserve a place by emailing the below information to Mr Alderson. (alderson.d@allsaints.notts.sch.uk)

I would like to attend the Study Skills Workshop to give me practical ways to support my child with their GCSEs.

Name of child: ________________________ Form: _________

Name of adult attending: ____________________________________

Relationship to student (please specify) :________________________

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Congratulations to All Saints' student, Charlie Boyer-White, who was honoured for his bravery at the annual Rotary Club Courage Awards.
Charlie was one of twelve students from the Mansfield area presented with an award for the way they face a variety of day-to-day challenges.
Charlie has an ultra rare genetic condition which effects 1 in 2 million people. It causes constant pain and results in the development of extra bone muscles and tissues which cause joints to fuse and lock, preventing movement.
Despite this Charlie's positive outlook is an inspiration to all who meet him. Charlie's class tutor, Julie Rathbone says "he doesn't let this stop him from enjoying a full life at school. This year he has started his GCSEs, Charlie also sits on the student council, the chaplaincy team and is a commited volunteer".
To read more on Charlie's condition or to make a donation to the research please visit www.ifopa.org

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On Thursday the 8th of March The performing arts department took a group of students from year 8 to year 13 to Derby Theatre to watch a production of Jim Cartwright’s play TWO. The year 11 and year 13 students had an amazing drama work shop with the director of TWO Julia Thomas and students also had the opportunity for a Q&A with the two actors Sean McKenzie and Jo Mousely. After this they were given a tour of the stage and set and then settled back to watch the performance.


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Our Year 10 students will, as part of our Work Related Learning programme, be taking part in a 20 minute interview on Thursday 22 March 2018. Local employers have been invited to conduct the interviews in order that students will have the opportunity to experience a ‘real interview’ and to enable them to develop important interview skills. At the end of the interview employers will feed back to individual students on their strengths and areas for development.

For the last few months your son/daughter has been working on preparing for the interview. Selecting a job from the Job News sheet, looking at the skills they have to offer an employer, the skills an employer is seeking, drafting and word processing a letter of application, and completing an application form.

The interviews will take place at Mansfield District Council’s Civic Centre, Chesterfield Road, Mansfield. Each student will be given an interview time and will be expected to make his/her own way to and from the interview, students will walk down to and from the Civic Centre in groups. Students will be responsible for ensuring they arrive on time, they will also be expected to dress as one would for an interview, but they have been clearly told that they should not go to any additional expense in purchasing new clothes; we have suggested that for boys a school shirt and school trousers and a borrowed tie would be quite appropriate. For girls a blouse and skirt or smart trousers would be appropriate. I am sure that the students will benefit enormously from this experience and on their behalf we thank the employers who are giving up their time to support our students.

Unless parents let us know otherwise that we shall assume that you are happy for your child to walk with others students to and from the Civic Centre. If you prefer your child to walk with an adult – this will be at a specific time - then please let Mrs Buet know as a matter of urgency buet.l@allsaints.notts.sch.uk or telephone on the school number given above.

May I also remind you that Year 10 students this year have the opportunity to have a one-week work experience placement from 16-20 July 2018. This is a fantastic opportunity for them to experience the world of work. Students have been provided with a database of companies who may be willing to offer placements or they can arrange their own. They have also been provided with information on how to apply for a placement and they have been given a draft letter of application to support them. This information can be found on the school’s VLE/Work Experience folder.

I would ask that you actively encourage and support your child to find a work experience placement as soon as possible; perhaps you know someone who could offer a placement or maybe even your place of work could offer a placement to your child. The deadline for securing a placement is Monday 21 May 2018 as we need time to complete risk assessments and ensure that companies are fully compliant with health and safety regulations and are fully insured.

Yours sincerely


Lesley Buet
Director of Support Services

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On Monday 12th March a group of Year 7 pupils had the opportunity to visit Mansfield Library to take part in two writing workshops. The workshops were delivered by the author of the Witchfinder series of books, William Hussey.
The first workshop began with a compelling reading from one of the Witchfinder books and an introduction to the life of a writer. The session then moved on to a fully interactive recreation of a 17th Century Witch Trial where students had the opportunity to dress up and role play characters. The session was both entertaining and informative providing pupils with a wealth of material for their own creative writing.
The second session began with an interactive journey through the writing process. With a few tips of the trade, pupils then came up with their own ideas for a story, which were then developed into a narrative plot driven by a strong main character. During the session pupils discussed how to break the tyranny of the blank page and how to build a plot.
Finally, the pupils were treated to a fun and educational exploration of the Gothic genre, from its origins and its place in literature to core texts and the great writers. The session ended with pupils participating in a Dracula vs Van Helsing Quiz. With appropriate props and costumes, pupils were selected to battle it out, answering entertaining questions about the presentation.
The mixture of horror and mystery ensured that all the pupils where engaged throughout the day and their behavior was impeccable.
If any students would like to order a book by the author, they can do so through Amazon. If they let Mrs Lathall know she will then contact the author and he will send some signed stickers for pupils to put in their copies.

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The Year 10 Student Progress Reports are available for you to access on Insight. Please login to Insight, to view your child's latest report.

Please note that the Year 10 Parents Evening is on Wednesday 14 March. Appointments should be made via the Insight system and booking is now open.


Insight Login

If you haven't received your parent login details please first check your junk mail folder and then contact Mr Holt for assistance.

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Dear Parents and Carers

I would like to introduce myself to you as the Chief Executive Officer of the new Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi Academy Trust. From 1st September 2018 All Saints’ Catholic Academy will be joining together with all the Catholic primary and secondary schools in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. This new Trust will provide wonderful opportunities for all the schools to share what they do well and address the areas where they are not as successful.

I have been Headteacher at The Becket School in Nottingham for the last six years and prior to that I was Deputy Head at Christ the King School in Arnold, Nottingham. I have worked closely with the Diocesan Education Service to support improvement work at our Catholic primary and secondary schools and have experience of raising standards at both primary and secondary schools.

The most important element of the new Trust is that it is a Catholic organisation, putting the life and teachings of Jesus Christ at the heart of what we do. Our new community will work together to teach the word of God, to inspire our children and young people to live out their faith and to be active participants in a living faith community.

As St Irenaeus said, “The Glory of God is a human being fully alive.” My vision for our new Trust is that all of our children and young adults will be happy, safe and inspired to flourish spiritually, socially and academically so that they can “live life to the full”.
As CEO, I will work closely with the Headteachers to support them in ensuring the very best Catholic educations for your sons and daughters. The Trust will be centralising HR and finance work, so that Headteachers can focus on the most important aspects of school life: the Catholic life of the school and the happiness, safety and progress of all pupils.

Although my role does not officially start until September, I am hoping to visit all 21 schools before then, to get to know staff and meet as many of the children and young people as possible. My visits will be to discuss standards of education with Headteachers and Governors, but also to be part of liturgical celebrations and school events such as concerts, shows and awards evenings. I hope to meet as many of you as possible as well!

Yours faithfully

James McGeachie
CEO designate, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi-Academy Trust

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Dear Parents and Carers

Changes to School Holidays

You may be aware that Nottinghamshire recently consulted on proposals to amend school holiday patterns to move to a 5 week summer holiday and a two week half term holiday in the Autumn term.

More than 57% of the 6,300 responses were in favour of the new pattern and the County Council has announced it will be adopted from September 2019. This new pattern will bring county schools in line with city schools.

As academies, we are free to set our own holiday patterns, with the proviso that there are 195 working days, five of which are designated as INSET days. However, as members of the new Our Lady of Lourdes Multi-Academy Trust, I believe that it is important that our schools have the same holiday patterns.

In order to gauge opinion, I asked the headteachers to consult with staff and return a school preference of ‘old’, ‘new’ or ‘no preference’.

The outcomes were:
Old 38% (8 schools)
New 52.5% (11 schools)
No preference 9.5% (2 schools)

Therefore, all schools in the Trust will be moving to the new pattern of holidays for the school year 2019-2020. Next year (2018-19) remains on the old pattern. You can access the details of the new holidays via the Nottinghamshire County Council website.

I realise that there are quite strong feelings about the holiday patterns and the pros and cons of both systems. I hope that you will understand the democratic approach I have taken. Adopting the new structure should ensure that families will not have ‘split holidays’, with all children off at the same time, regardless of which Catholic school they attend.

Yours faithfully

James McGeachie
CEO designate, Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Multi-Academy Trust

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Parents will now have received, from the Local Authority, information to let them know which school their child has been allocated to for Y7 in September. All Saints' has had over 400 applications for the 190 places it has to offer. Consequently a large number of parents will be disappointed that their child has not been offered a place at All Saints'.
In order to ensure that all the places which have been offered are accepted we shall be writing to parents asking them to formally accept the offer made to their child. We shall give parents a deadline date by which time they must have accepted or declined the offer.
If parents decline the offer, then we shall go back to the waiting list, re-rank the applications according the the school's admissions criteria and offer out any remaining places. Once this has been done we shall update this notice on the website. Parents who have not then been offered a place can then appeal.

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Dear Parent

I am writing to you so that you are aware of a leadership change at All Saints. I have taken on a new role as Headteacher of The Becket school in Nottingham starting in September. The reason for this change is that due to family circumstances it would be helpful to me if I was in a school that was only a short distance away from my home. This has been a very difficult decision because All Saints is such a great school and continues to achieve very good results with a growing reputation across North Nottinghamshire. Yet again for September 2018 we will be oversubscribed in year 7.
I can assure you that I will continue to be fully committed to the school and work with our governors and multi academy trust to appoint an outstanding Headteacher to lead our school through the next stage of its development.

Regards
Mr Greig

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Our chaplaincy team led a beautiful Ash Wednesday liturgy, highlighting the CAFOD ‘give it up’ campaign. Its was so lovely to see our young people take leadership of one our most important liturgical events, well done to all those involved.



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To celebrate World Book Day there will be a number of activities taking place in school. All Year 7 pupils (and staff-see photo) are invited to come to school on Thursday 1st March dressed as their favourite book character. We are also asking pupils from all year groups to bring a book they no longer read into school for our World Book Day Book Swap event. Pupils will be able to exchange their book for another one to keep and read. The Book Swap will take place on Thursday 1st March but pupils can bring their books in before the day and leave them in M29. Pupils will also get chance to take part in a Book Quiz during Tutor Time to test their knowledge of a wider range of books.



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The Lourdes team completed their sponsored walk this Sunday. They walked the 15 miles to Nottingham in a bid to raise money for their Lourdes pilgrimage, taking place this summer. It was a great effort from the team who were walking in very cold conditions.


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Year 7 Sporthall Tornament
A massive well done to the Year 7 girls and boys teams who competed in the Mansfield Schools Sporthall Athletics competition yesterday. Overall the boys dominated the track events but in the end had to settle for second place, only 4 points behind the winning team. The girls finished third, securing them bronze medals.

Athlete of the match:
Girl: Daisy-Mae Millard I-SND
Boy: Cian Zamboglou F-JHY

Overall positions
Girls
1st Garabaldi
2nd Medan
3rd All Saints
4th Brunts
5th Manor
6th Queen Elizabeth’s

Boys
1st Medan
2nd All Saints
3rd Garabaldi
4th Manor
5th Queen Elizabeth’s
6th Brunts

Girls team:
Daisy-Mae Millard I-SND
Sintija Vasile C-AWN
Holly Hughes V-ATR
Matylda Baczewska I-EHM
Kayleigh Colclough C-BES
Kaitlyn Tideswell V-JGA
Lucy Broderick I-DSA

Boys Team
Jack Freestone Wright I-DSA
Rio Smith I-EMH
James Wake F-MMN
Cian Zamboglou F-JHY
Airron Phillips F-MMY
Joechim Bray V-MCY
Tahmid Hasan V-DHS

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Thank you to everyone who came to watch the staff panto, Snow White. The staff involved hope you enjoyed watching it as much as they enjoyed performing. Thank you to everyone who helped support the Lourdes fund, £186 was raised from sales of refreshments.

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Congratulations to all involved (students and Staff) in Wednesday night’s LipSync Battle. Well over £500 was raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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1. Year 11 Mock Results
Year 11 students received their mock results on Tuesday 19th December. Students had an assembly before the results were given out; the content of the assembly highlighted that their results were the clearest indication to date of their potential performance in the Summer examinations. Key issues related to their GCSE performance were also raised, including, the English Baccalaureate qualification; traineeships; the differences between Level 1 and Level 2 courses and next steps moving forward if their results were not what they expected.
Please spend the time going through your child’s results with them (they were given a results slip); it is really important they use their performance in the mock examinations to inform their future effort and revision but they will require encouragement and guidance in how to make purposeful changes. If you have gone through your child’s results and would like further information about how to support them, please refer to the Parents pages on the All Saints’ website which has a booklet detailing how parents can help or you can contact the school to arrange a progress meeting with Mrs L M Johnson (Assistant Head teacher).
Perhaps the most important information on the results slip was the information relating to whether or not students had met the entry requirements for All Saints’ Sixth Form. This information is based on your child’s mocks and is in no way a definite decision. Each Sixth Form offer will be based on the Summer 2018 results and your child’s attitude, attendance and conduct.

2. Year 11 Parents’ Evening
Arguably this is the most important parental event in your child’s All Saints’ journey because teachers will be able to provide very specific information about what your child needs to do in preparation for their examinations. Year 11 Parents’ Evening will take place on Wednesday 10th January. Appointments should be made via the Insight system. Booking is now open. As it is such an important event, we hope all Year 11 parents will be able to make it. However, if you are not available, please contact your child’s tutor or Head of House and they will be able to give you a grade overview, but are unlikely to be able to go into specific subject guidance.

3. Year 11 Intervention/ Revision Sessions.
After Christmas, you will receive your child’s second progress report of the academic year. This information will inform the intervention sessions that students are expected to attend in the New Year. Please note that these may be different from the previous half term. Letters will go out to both parents and students. Unfortunately, from time to time, sessions will need to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances (i.e. staff absence or inclement weather), we appreciate that this can be inconvenient for parents who are picking students up and apologise if you have been affected by this. However, N1 (a computer room on site) is always open afterschool, so in the event that an extra revision session is cancelled, your child can revise in that area.

4. What work should my child do over the Christmas holidays?
Firstly, your child needs to take some time off and recharge. This has been a long term and students need some time to enjoy the season’s festivities. However, we don’t return until the 8th January so students have a full week after New Year to make a productive start to their examination preparation. They should, of course, complete the subject specific homework that teachers will issue in this final week of term. But the first week of January would be an ideal time for students to review and audit whether their revision timetable is supporting them in the subjects they are struggling with; that they are dedicating the appropriate amount of time to revision afterschool and at weekends and finally, that their revision activities are focussed on testing and reviewing, not making. The strongest candidates are the ones who have completed exam questions, under timed conditions and do this as a fundamental part of their revision. If you see your child spending a long time making mind-maps or flashcards but little time writing out exam responses, they are probably not going to get the most out of their revision.

5. Have a very Merry Christmas.


Miss L Johnson

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Multi Academy Trust update

As we approach our Christmas break it seems like a good time to provide our parents with the most recent update on developments with our new Multi Academy Trust.

Earlier this year the Diocese took the decision that all Catholic Schools in the diocese would join one of four new large Trusts. Therefore, on the 1st September 2018 we will be joining Christ the King, Trinity, Becket and all our Catholic feeder primary schools in one large Multi Academy Trust of 21 schools. The Trust will be named ‘Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Academy Trust’.

There will be a Board of Directors over the whole Trust who will be responsible to the Diocese for the running of the Trust, the quality of education and the finances. The Diocese has appointed Ken Daly (formally Headteacher at All Saints’) to be Chair of Directors and a CEO for the trust will also be appointed.

The next step at the start of 2018 is that a new centralised team will be recruited which will form the ‘business’ side of the Trust. Initially they will handle finance and HR from a central location. A small team is currently considering options for where this team will be based. In addition, a part-time Chaplain will be appointed to oversee the Chaplaincy work across the Trust and each of the 21 schools will pay 5% of their funding to the central team for the centralised services and personnel.

I wish to reassure all our parents that the development and care of our students will remain at the very heart of all that we do and that our staff will continue to give their very best. It is the combination of hard working, talented students, good teachers and supportive parents that make All Saints’ such a good school.

Regards

Mr. Greig
Headteacher

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Hi guys,
As part of our fundraising, were are doing a raffle for a stocking full of chocolate.
Tickets will be available at break and dinner from reception for £1 a strip.
The winner will be drawn on thursday the 21st of December.
Thank you from 6th Wall.



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Bad weather procedure
In the event of bad weather, the school may be forced to close to ensure that the safety of our students and staff is not compromised.
The assumption should always be that school will be open unless the school website and radio state otherwise.
The decision to close the school will not be taken lightly and will be made as early as possible. We shall post this information on the school website. We shall also inform parents via Insight - please ensure your details are up to date.
Radio Mansfield and BBC Radio Nottingham will also be informed as early as possible and the closure will be announced on their travel/school closure bulletins.
On the evening that the school has been closed an updated messaged will be placed on the school website to provide further information regarding the following day. If the school is open, the website will confirm this.
If the school does close then staff will set work for their classes so that students can access work from home via the school’s VLE.
In the event of severe deterioration of the weather during the day when the school is in session, we shall liaise with the bus companies about coming to school earlier to ensure that students can get home safely by their normal home time.

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The Library will host a half-price Scholastic Book Fair from 5-12 December. With over 200 different titles to enjoy and prices starting from £1.49, there's sure to be a book for everyone to enjoy.
All sales will help the school earn free books for the library.

Click on the link below to view some of the many new titles available to buy at half-price.

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