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  • Volunteer Police Cadet Recruitment

    20th March 2018

    South Yorkshire Police Volunteer Cadet Recruitment details are now available on

    You need to be 15 years of age by 31 August 2018 and no older than 17 years of age by 31 March 2019

    Applications will be accepted from 1 April until 30 April 2018. Forms available online from 1 April. 

    Interviews from Tuesday  29 May 2018  9:00 – 17:00 to Friday 1 June 2018  9:00 – 17:00

    lternative interview dates may be available on request

    Induction P

  • World Autism Week

    19th March 2018

    Students will be learning more about how it feels to be autistic in form learning time this week ahead of World Autism Week.

    The information they will be looking at is on the PDF at the bottom of this page and the link to the video with more detail is below:

  • Young Achiever of the Year!

    19th March 2018

    Congratulations to Archie Atkins Sloan who has won the Disability Sport Yorkshire Young Achiever of the Year Award.

    He was in the same category as people who won gold medals at the World Para Championships last summer.

    The citation about him reads 'This cricketer is an important member of the Yorkshire Terriers team, the first name on the team sheet.  As a cricketer in the mould of Bairstow (Jonny and David).  He has gone beyond dispability sport and also plays adult cricket for Haxey Cricket Club in the Lin

  • Regional Mock Trial

    19th March 2018

    11 Y8 and Y9 students attended the Regional Mock trials competition to represent the academy at the weekend and performed fantastically well with the judges having nothing but good praise.  A particular well done to Sam Wilkinson in Y9 who was told by the judges that if he was old enough he would have been offered a job working as an Usher at Sheffield Magistrates Court.

    Well done to the following students:   

    Chase Simpson

    Chloe Robertson

    Jack Edwards

    Emma Stewart

    Danika Horn

    Bailey Kidd

    Elyse Taylor Huby

    Sam Wil

  • Doncaster Youth Voice Summit

    19th March 2018

    On Friday afternoon six of our student council representatives attended the Doncaster Youth Voice Summit to represent RASA.  The afternoon was hugely succesful and allowed our students to put forward ideas and also take on board other ideas to help further students education at RASA and across Doncaster.

    The students behaviour and enthusiasm was excellent and they represented the academy supperbly.

    We look forward to hearing more about their findings.


  • Y11 Revision Sessions

    14th March 2018

    Please see below the Y11 revision sessions that are planned in the lead up to the summer exams.


  • Vote for RASA!!

    8th March 2018

    Y7 have been designing posters for a competition to win an all expenses paid trip to Spain and we are delighted that Kaitlin Sim's poster has made it through to the final 5 shortlist for our region. 

    The 5 schools who have made it to the shortlist have been uploaded to the Ultimate School Trip website  The vote will be open until Friday at 6pm.

    Please make sure you vote, and ask your friends and family to vote as well for this fantastic opportunity for a group of o

  • School Closed-Friday 2nd March

    2nd March 2018

    We have taken the decision to close the academy again today.  Stay safe on the roads everyone. 

  • Academy Closed

    1st March 2018

    The academy is closed today due to the weather. Please check the website and Twitter on updates on tomorrow. Stay safe and warm everyone! 

  • We Are Open!

    28th February 2018

    The academy is currently open.  Please continue to check the website or twitter for updates.   

  • Netball Champions

    22nd February 2018

    Congratulations to our Year 10 Netball team  who went to the Doncaster Netball tournament held at Hayfield and WON!! This means they are the Year 10 Doncaster Netball Champions. They have worked really hard towards this achievement and have been a solid, consistent team since year 7!! They were unbeaten in their 5 games, winning 4 and drawing in the 5th.

    GK - Jessica Radcliffe

    GD - Macy Senior

    WD - Lucy Pashley/Eve Little

    C -

  • Top of the League!

    29th January 2018

    The DfE league tables have been released and place Rossington All Saints Academy 1st out of 55 similar schools nationally for the second time.  

    Following the recent Ofsted judgement of good; students and staff are pleased with the recent announcement from the Department for Education indicating the latest performance league table where Rossington All Saints Academy is ranked 1st when compared to 55 similar schools nationally and is the top performing school in Doncaster for the second year running.


  • Doncaster Book Awards Poetry Competition

    26th January 2018

    Kian Adams in Y7 has written a beautiful poem to enter into the Doncaster Book Awards Poetry Competition:


    Gazing Into the Deep Blue Skys

    I'll gaze and gaze at the Deep Blue Skies until I lie asleep,

    In the fields I lay, not making a peep

    Now the stars are twinkling in the distance.

    An owl is singing through the trees.

    Bees are buzzing through the forest flowers, pollenating through the breeze.


    I'll gaze and gaze upon the morning sun,.

    As the birds awake for a brand- new day.

    Floating through the new warm breeze o

  • Y11 Exam Support

    24th January 2018

    Please see below the powerpoint that was shown at the Y11 Pie and Pea evening with some key exam dates and revision guidance.

    Please don't hesitate to contact the academy if you have any questions.

  • Burrows 'Search for a Star'

    19th January 2018

    Today our Year 11 students had an assembly with Burrows motor company. They learnt about a new and exciting apprenticeship programme “Search for a Star”. The programme is aimed at young individuals who are looking to kick start their career within the motor industry. Students along with their parents and guardians were invited to the fun open evenings at local dealerships to give the students access to the insights of the different areas of Burrows which will include a tour of the workshop, speeches from st

  • Pie and Pea Night

    8th January 2018

    If you are the parent/carer of a Y11 student please join us on Tuesday 23rd January for our Pie and Pea Evening.  The evening is an opportunity for you to find out more about the support that is available for all Y11's in the lead up to their summer exams.

    If you would like to book a place please ring the academy reception on 01302 868414 or email

    We look forward to seeing you at the event.

  • Merry Christmas

    22nd December 2017

    On behalf of the students, staff and governors at the academy we'd like to wish you a peaceful Christmas and a happy new year!  

  • Christmas Arrangements

    14th December 2017

    We will be maintaining our normal curriculum arrangements up to Wednesday 20th December,  on Thursday 21st December students will attend church services at St Luke's church in Rossington during lessons 1 and 2.  They will then return to their usual lessons for the remainder of the day.

    Friday 22nd December is Christmas jumper day where students can wear a Christmas jumper with their usual academy trousers or skirt and make a £1.00 contribution in support of Save the Children.  The senior leadership team wil

  • Prison Me No Way

    13th December 2017

    Y11's were involved in the Prison Me No Way step up day to day and took part in some interesting and thought provoking sessions delivered by the PMNW team. They also had the opportunity to see what an actual prison cell was like!


  • Medicine- Not Just About Medics

    13th December 2017

    Students at the academy had the opportunity to visit the University of Leeds as part of a STEM day 'Medicine- not just about Medics'.  They had the opportunity to explore how teams of scientists, engineers and mathematicians work alongside medical doctors, helping them understand the spread of disease, discover better treatments and cures and develop technology to aid more accurate diagnosis. 

    Students attended 3 sessions. Session 1 was on current research into the use of bubbles to deliver drugs to targete