News rss icon

  • Amazon in the Community

    9th June 2017

    The academy recently received a donation from Amazon of £1000.00 as part their 'Amazon in the Community' programme where the company supports communities in and around where it operates in the UK.

    The money will be used to fund the STEM club programme at the academy ensuring students can take part in even more experiements and innovative science lessons.

    To celebrate the donation, members of the local Amazon team visitied the academy and took part in a forensics class with students from Years 7,8 and 9.

    Amazon

  • Letter to Parents

    26th May 2017

    Please see below the most recent letter to parents.

     

  • Inspiring Automotive Women

    24th May 2017

    A group of Y8 and Y9 female students attended the Inspiring Automotive Women event at the Silverstone Grand Prix circuit yesterday.  It was a fantastic day where they had the opportunity to meet and be inspired by a number of the UK's highest achieving women in the automotive industry.  

  • Ryman National Enterprise Challenge

    9th May 2017

    The academy welcomed the Ryman National Enterprise Challenge into school last week to work with Y10 students. 

    Students were set the challenge of creating a 'Ryman' app which they then had to present to a panel with the winning team going through to represent the academy in the final later in the year.

    Well done to Y10 for some fantastically creative ideas and good luck to the winning team!  

     

  • Auschwitz Visit

    2nd May 2017

    Ross Fairweather and Hannah Coope have been selected as the Lessons from Auschwitz student ambassadors for this year and, as such, on Tuesday 4th April they visited Auschwitz 1 and 2.  They had previously attended an orientation seminar to meet fellow students and gain further information and this was followed up by another seminar following the visit after which they will be organising a presentation that they will be delivering to other students in their collective worship assemblies.

    Both Ross and Hannah

  • Revision Help!

    10th April 2017

    As we enter the Easter holidays, we urge all students and parents to read our 'Exam Top Tips Booklet' (BELOW) providing you with practical strategies, advice and individual tips for each subject area.

    Good luck and use your time wisely!

     

  • Academy Closed

    7th April 2017

    The academy is closed for the Easter break and will re-open at the usual time on Monday 24th April.

    If you have an enquiry please contact via the email addresses below:

    For parental enquiries: parents@theallsaints.net

    For general enquiries:  info@theallsaints.net  

  • Easter Break

    7th April 2017

    The academy closes today for the Easter Break and will re open at the usual time on Monday 24th April.  Please email any enquiries to info@theallsaints.net

     

  • Hard Boiled Egg Competition

    7th April 2017

    Congratulations to Taylor Sammut and Madi Jae Doyle who are the winners of the Humanities Hard Boiled Egg competition for their fabulous depiction of Henry VIII and his wives! 

  • Y11 Business Enterprise Day

    7th April 2017

    Students have been working hard plannnng their Business Enterprise day with a range of events taking place including:

    • Car Washing
    • Easter Card Postal Service
    • Treasure Hunt
    • Hot Drinks stall
    • Pop Up Cake Shop
    • Penalty Shoot Out Competion

    The activities will provide evidence for their coursework and all profits are going to the Cancer Support charity at the Holmes Carr Centre in Rossington.

  • Easter Services

    7th April 2017

    Today all our students attended St Luke's Church for Easter collective worship where each House enjoyed a Rossington version of the quiz game Pointless.

    Our students battled against each other and learnt many interesting Easter facts as part of the quiz.

    Many thanks to Sam Coukham who played our very own Richard Osborne, Lily Rowbotham who had the very difficult job of managing the pointless computer and Chris Davies for playing a beautiful piece of music on his violin.

    Happy Easter!   

  • Y7 Jazzy Jotters!

    31st March 2017

    As part of the academy's ongoing Careers, Education, Information and Guidance (CEIAG) programme Y7 students have been working in small enterprise groups to create Jazzy Jotters.  Students were given a small budget and had to work as a team to plan, design and produce the jotters to the required specification whilst also ensuring that they quality assured all their products.  There were some fantastic designs and some exceptional team work skills demonstrated.

    The winning team made 40 jotters and a profit of

  • We Are the Champions!

    28th March 2017

    The Y10 boys football team played Balby Carr in the final of the Doncaster Schools Cup last might.  After finding themselves 1-0 and 2-1 down they scored late in the game to take a much deserved 3-2 win!  The entire team were outstanding with exceptional performances from:

    Reiss Harrison

    Lloyd Hill

    Ethan Peckett

    Ben Johnson

    The rest of the squad were:

    Owen Bailey

    Alister Dockerty

    Ethan Parker

    Rhys Bush

    Daniel Bagshaw

    Mason Stead

    Joe Swann

    Jacob Green

         

  • James Muir Visit

    10th March 2017

    We were delighted to welcome James Muir, CEO of VW UK, to the academy today to speak to students.  They were thoroughly engaged as he spoke about the Fourth Industial Revolution.  They were mesmerized as he spoke about self diagnosing watches, autonomous cars and biotechnology.  Students left knowing far more about the jobs that may exist in the future and the skills they will need for those jobs.

    Students commented:

    "It was really good to get an idea of what the future might be like..even if it's a bit scar

  • #Nationalpieweek!

    9th March 2017

    Y9 have created some amazingly intricate pastry work in their lesson today to celebrate National Pie Week.

    They look too good to eat!

     

     

  • World Book Day

    3rd March 2017

    Pupils went wild for World Book Day on 2nd March.  During the day pupils from years 7, 8 & 10 took part in workshop activities surrounding the novel by David Weisner 'Flotsam'.  They produced a vast range of pieces of literacy based activities from TV adverts, diary entries, descriptions and poetry.

    During form time, all pupils had the opportunity to guess which teachers were reading in unusual places.  Over the course of the year, teachers had taken covert pictures of themselves reading on beaches, whilst

  • Marvellous March!

    3rd March 2017

    Following the Fabulous February campaign we have launched 'Marvellous March where students can win prizes for good attendance.

    There are lots of chances to win.

    1 x Prize per House for 100% attendance for the half term (individual students) 1 x £20 voucher, 2 x Easter mystery prize.

    2 x Breakfast draws per House- Form attendance monitored for a fortnight, then winners announced the week after.

      

  • Employability Day

    16th February 2017

    RASA held it's third annual Employability day yesterday with all students involved in various activities aimed at preparing them for the world of work.

    Anona Philips, one of the business volunteers, commented: 

    "Students in the main have demonstrated positive attributes i.e. ambition, being courteous and friendly, lots of cheerfulness and extroversion were demonstrated.

    The majority of students today have taken personal responsibility for their own learning through skills such as asking questions and answeri

  • RASA Employability Day

    10th February 2017

    The academy has been working with local business and further education providers ahead of the annual business day next Wednesday.   We're looking forward to welcoming the following companies into the academy to work with all students on a range of areas in order to prepare them for the world of work or further education.

    Company

    Alton Cars

    Amazon

    Apprenticeship & Skills Team - Doncaster Council

    Babington Group

    Club Doncaster

    DCLT

    Department for Work and Pensions

    Engage Training

    Emma Harris (runs a private Nursery)

    Ga

  • New Bishop of Sheffield Visit to RASA

    1st February 2017

    The next Bishop of Sheffield was announced by 10 Downing Street yesterday as the Right Reverend Philip John North and we were delighted that he chose to visit RASA in his new role.  Bishop Philip had a brief tour of the academy and then had tea and biscuits with a number of students who were keen to ask him some very thought provoking questions.