All Saints Academy, Cheltenham

All Saints Academy, Cheltenham

All Saints Academy, Cheltenham

基本資料 | Information

All Saints' Academy is in Cheltenham, England.

The Academy is a church school, for all faiths and none, in cooperation with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Clifton and the Church of England Diocese of Gloucester. Construction started in April 2010. The Academy opened in September 2011. The project is expected to cost nearly £25 million with £2 million on IT equipment. The school replaced Kingsmead and (Christ College which opened as recently as 2007 as the county's first joint Roman Catholic and Church of England school).

Christ College had used the premises formerly occupied by St Benedict's from 1962 to 2007 (was a Catholic state secondary School in Cheltenham) but the opportunity of having a newly built school on the site of Kingsmead School formerly occupied by Arle School from 1959 to 1995 (kingsmead was closing due to falling numbers) and turning the school into an Academy justified making a fresh start with a new name. The school has room to educate 1150 students aged 11–18 and the school's specialisms will be science and sport.

All Saints' Academy was rated Good but requires improvement after an Ofsted inspection in late 2014-2018

In May 2010, an Anglo-Saxon settlement was discovered on the site.

制服介紹 | Uniform Intro

校園 | Campus