Examination Results 2014
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: 70%
%5 A*-C (including English and maths): 60%
English A*-C: 84% Maths A*-C: 66%
These results are the result of hard work, encouragement and support from the students, their Parents and Carers, staff and Governors.
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:
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
* These core values will be our focus for this academic year 2014 - 2015.
Head Teacher notes:
This half term's core value: Truthfulness
Theme for this week13-17 October): ‘Facing the truth’
The newsletter will be published this week and sent to all those parents and carers for whom we have email addresses. Please contact the office if you have not registered your address as we do send out a number of messages and information via this route.
The Safer Neighbourhood Team have delivered assemblies recently to all students on the importance of having a safe and enjoyable Halloween and Bonfire Night. Halloween falls during the half term break and I expect that for the fourth year running this will be the case.
Have a good break and we look forward to returning on Monday 3rd November.
Events this week:
• Monday- Gifted and Talented drama workshop for cluster children with Mr Pearson at ASHS
• Thursday- INSET day- school closed to students
• Friday - Start of half term holiday
• Thursday 6th November- Careers Fair at ASHS for Years 9,10 and 11
• Thursday 13th November- Year 11 History trip to London
• Thursday 20th November- Year 11 Parents Evening
• Tuesday 25th November- Winter music concert