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: Humility
Theme for this week (24-28 November): ‘Living a humble life’
Congratulations to Mrs Holloway, Mr Connelly and Mr Player and the many other ruunners with links to ASHS for completing the Norwich half marathon at the weekend in the rain.
I received a lovely letter recently from Andy Mash, our Diocesan Director of Education, acknowledging the 2014 exam results and you too can read it by clicking on it to the right of this page. We are very fortunate to be part of the Diocese of Norwich and attribute a large amount of what makes ASHS so special to that partnership.
This week we have the Winter Music concert on Tuesday and Study Skills evening on Thursday for students, parents and carers of Year 11.
Events this week:
• Monday- Peacejam at lunchtime,
• Tuesday- Homework Club at 3.30 in the library (every week), Winter Music Concert 7pm
• Thursday- ‘More 2 Life’ group at lunchtime, Year 11 Study Skills evening 6.30pm
• Thursday 11th December – Year 11 Mock exams start