Archbishop Sancroft

Church of England High School

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Friday 27th May

Examination Results 2015

Another Record Breaking Year for ASHS    

Class of 2015- another Record Breaking Year for ASHS!    

Congratulations to Year 11 who should be very proud of their achievements. Key headline results are as follows:

%5 A*-C: 80% (This is a new record for the school)

%5 A*-C (including English and maths): 52%

English A*-C: 69%    Maths A*-C: 69%

These results are the result of hard work, encouragement and support from the students, their Parents and Carers, staff and Governors.

To access the school's results, as published by the DFE, please click on the link   http://www.education.gov.uk/cgi-bin/schools/performance/school.pl?urn=121188 For a summary 'data dashboard' of results, please click on the link   http://dashboard.ofsted.gov.uk/dash.php?urn=121188

Mr Cranmer

Headteacher

 

Welcome to ASHS:   

It is a great pleasure to introduce you to our school website and hope you find in it all the information that you need. Possibly the greatest strength of the school is its friendly atmosphere and sense of community.

We are proud of our well-deserved high reputation as the only Church of England VA High School in East Anglia. Archbishop Sancroft has become an increasingly popular choice amongst parents due to:

  • Our comparatively small size which means we really can offer Christian child-centred education
  • Our focus on developing the whole person - physical, social, moral and spiritual

The school’s Mission Statement, bringing together both spiritual and educational goals, sets out the aims to which all who work in the school aspire:

Our Mission

In keeping with our Christian values, the School Staff, Students, Parents and Governors, will work together to encourage a real enthusiasm for learning and pride in our school.

As a team, we aim to offer education which is challenging, informing, exciting and enjoyable. We will have succeeded if everyone is given the chance to achieve the best results possible, and is equipped with life skills and experience for their future.

Our Core Values

  • Friendship*
  • Peace*
  • Consideration/Respect/Reverence*
  • Forgiveness*
  • Wisdom*
  • Thankfulness*
* These core values will be our focus for this academic year 2015 - 2016.

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Head Teacher notes:

This half term's core value: Wisdom

 

Theme for this week (23-27 May): ‘Wise people’

 

We have over 50 students taking part in the Athletics event at UEA Sportspark this week and we have achieved really well in previous years,  so ‘Good Luck’ to everyone competing at the superb facility.  

 

Our very own swimming instructor, Mr Millett, faces an equally exciting challenge as he takes part in the European Masters in London next weekend. An incredible achievement to even qualify! 

 

The first week of GCSE exams have gone very well and I would like to thank everyone who has provided support for our students both at home and in school.

 

Events this week:

 

•             Monday – Board games/card games club in the library after school, Canoeing Club after school
•             Tuesday – UEA Athletics tournament, Homework Club at 3.20-4.30 pm in the library, Athletics Club in the gym
•             Thursday- Teenage Cancer Trust presentation to Year 10, Gymnastics/ Parkour Club in the gym
•             Friday- ‘Active Friday’ club for all students after school. 3.20pm - school closes for the half term break.

 

Advance notice:

 

•             Monday 16th May - Monday 27th June GCSE exams
•             Friday 24th June – ASHS 50th anniversary celebrations

 

 

Mr Cranmer
Headteacher
This half term's core value: Courage
Theme for this week (22-26 February): ‘Encouraging others’
The skiers have returned safely after a brilliant week in Italy and I am grateful to Mr Most for leading the trip along with the help and support of Ms Rogerson, Mr Gould and Ms Woods.
Thanks to everyone who contributed so generously on the last day of half term. We raised over £270 for our overseas charity ‘To Kenya with Love’. This will allow us to continue to support the three young people who we sponsor to attend school in Kisumu. For more information on this charity please see www.tkwl.org.uk.
 
Events this week:
 
•             Monday - Board games/card games club in the library after school, Canoeing Club after school
•             Tuesday - Homework Club at 3.20-4.30 pm in the library, Athletics Club in the gym
•             Thursday- Gymnastics/ Parkour Club in the gym
•             Friday- ‘Active Friday’ club for all students after school.
 
Advance notice:
 
•             Wednesday 2nd March- Year 11 Mock results published and parent meetings
•             Thursday 3rd March- Year 9 pathways evening
•             Friday 4th March- Year 11 Study Skills day
•             Thursday 10th March- Year 9 Parents Evening
•             Thursday 17th March- Year 10 ‘Moving on up day’ at UEA
 
Mr Cranmer
Headteacher

News and Updates:

Ofsted Inspection November 2013

 

 

 

 

 

Archbishop Sancroft High School is

delighted to be judged

'Good' by Ofsted

 

To read the

Ofsted 2013 report

click here

 

To read the Headteacher's letter to parents click here

 

 

 

Update:

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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

... Letter from Diocesan Director more

... SEN-D local offer information 2015 more

... Uniform for September 2014 more

... Order Uniform Online here

... ASHS ICT and E Safety policy more

... Pupil Premium Review Report more

...Y9 Options Booklet more

...Alternative Provision Inspection 2015 more

...Calendar of Events 2015/16 more 

 

ASHS LATEST NEWSLETTER: 
... Sharing News mor

ASHS LATEST NEWSLETTER:

... Sharing News - May 2016 more

 

IN THE NEWS:

... Cluster Cathedral Visit more

... PeaceJam address Rotary more

... Chinese Culture Day more

... ASHStude Festival more P1 P2  

... Internet Warning more

...Young Chef from Harleston wins culinary contest more

... Cluster Schools Trust Launch more

...BBC Look East Report 10/12/2014 more  

... Banadanas for Brain Tumours 29/04/2015 more

 

LETTERS TO PARENTS/CARERS:

... Ofsted - Headteacher's letter more

... SIAS - Headteacher's letter more

... Free School Meals more

... Extreme Weather letter more

... Absence Request Form more 

...Cyberbullying letter more

...ASHS PTA 100 Club more 

...Internet Safety letter more

 

RAISING PARTICIPATION AGE:
... Parents / Carers more
... Learning routes more

... Your Future Choices more

... Y9 Options Booklet more

 

 

 

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