ACADEMY

LIFE

OUR
VISION & VALUES

At All Saints National Academy, we have a future vision of allowing all of our pupils to unlock their true potential and shine. Within the nurturing ethos that will be woven through each and every classroom, children will be given the opportunity to flourish whilst learning in a fun and creative rich environment. Our staff team have created a vision and set of values that seeks to develop the whole child and provides them with skills that will allow them to function as exemplary citizens of Bloxwich and beyond. 

 

Our Academy community consulted in the Summer 2019 and decided on the following core values.

  • God

  • Dignity & Respect

  • Community

  • Hope & Aspiration

  • Wisdom 

  • Resilience 

In the Autumn Term we consulted again with all our community to identify

three words that symbolise our academy. This consultation has informed our

Worship Council who in collaboration with our Trust Christian Distinctiveness

Advisor have created our new vision statement.

"We are a safe, considerate and caring family who have fun together.

We are determined to persevere in order to achieve our best.

We respect all in our community, working as a team to support each other to grow in confidence.

With faith in our hearts we achieve and succeed"

The wordle below shows the responses that we received.

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LOCAL
ACADEMY
COMMITTEE

Hilary Hastings MBE - Chair (contacted via St Chads Trust 01543 622433)

Hilary has spent most of her career in Education including being manager of a Children's Centre. She is also Chair of Governors at another Walsall school. Hilary was awarded an MBE for services to Education. She joined our Governing body in September 2017, bringing with her a wealth of experience.

John Moore

John is an appointed Community Governor. He has 2 children who attend/ed All Saints National Academy. He has been actively involved in the SIAMS inspection and the development of worship throughout school. He is developing his role alongside very experienced Governors.

Helen Steel

Helen is Director of Finance for St Chad's Academies Trust. Her successful career in education support spans 13 years. As Head of Financial Management Helen had responsibility for budget setting, financial reporting and policies.

Jodie Bentley

Jodie is the staff representative. She has been a member of the staff team for the past three academic years and was voted by the ASNA team. 

Nicky Evans

Following a successful ballot Nicky was appointed as a Parent Governor from September 2021. She has a son and daughter who both attend the academy and regularly volunteers supporting children by listening to them read and preparing resources.

 

Governor Position Available

If you would like to find out more information regarding our Local Academies please click here to go to the St Chad's website.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Local Academy, please contact the Academy via postbox@asna.walsall.sch.uk

MEET
THE
STAFF

Executive Leadership Team

Mrs Cockshott— Executive Principal, Curriculum.

Mrs Skidmore — Head of School, Teaching and Learning, Curriculum, Attendance, DSL

Mrs Bagley — Assistant Principal, English & Key Stage 2 Lead

Mrs Meers — Assistant Principal, Inclusion, Early Years and KS1 Lead 

Pastoral Team

Miss Clarke — SENCO

Mrs Bassi — Safeguarding Officer

Miss Sims -  Teaching Assistant - Pupil Well-Being & Mental Health Support 

Administration Team

Mrs Beck - Academy Business Manager 

Mrs Smith — Office Administrator

Miss Plimmer — Office Administrator

Caretaker 

Mr Brazier

Sports Coach & Pastoral Support

Mr Norton

Early Years and KS1 led by Mrs Meers

Reception - Miss Merrett & Mrs Meers - Teachers,  Mrs Noakes & Mrs Wright - Teaching Assistants

Y1RG — Miss Gibson & Miss Robbins - Teachers,  Mrs Stott Teaching Assistant & Miss Sims 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Y2LA — Mrs Woolvin - Teacher & Mrs Reynolds - Teaching Assistant

Key Stage 2 led by Mrs Bagley

Y3JB —Mrs Bentley Teacher , Mrs Baker Teaching Assistant, Miss Horney 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Y3/4CJ — -Mrs Jackson Teacher & Mrs Wastell - Teaching Assistant, 

Y4SJ— Mrs Jones - Teacher, Mrs Kaur & Mrs Mellors (am) Teaching Assistants. Mrs Jones 1:1 Support

Y5CD — Miss Dean  - Teacher, Mr Willdig Teaching Assistant, Mrs Lees 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Y5VL- Miss Lally- Teacher & Mr Willdig Teaching Assistant

Y6JB — Mrs Bagley  - Teacher & Mrs Casewell Teaching Assistant, Mrs Pearson 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Y6 JC  Miss Clarke Teacher & Mrs Casewell Teaching Assistant

Additional Cover Teachers - Mrs Beechey and Mrs Durrington

Lunchtime Team

Mrs Hinks - Senior Supervisor

Mrs Humpage (EYFS)

Mrs Barley (KS1)

Mrs Dooley (KS1)

Mrs Fletcher (KS2)

Mrs Mcleod (KS2)

Miss Evans (KS2)

Mrs Bradbury (KS2)

The Zone - Before and After School Club

Mrs Hinks, Mrs McLeod & Miss Evans

Subject Leaders

English                                 Mrs Bagley

Maths                                   Miss Dean

RE & Worship                   Miss Gibson

Science                                 Mrs Jones

Art                                        Mrs Bentley

Music                                   Mrs Skidmore in conjunction with Rockit Music Specialist Provision

DT                                        Mrs Jackson

Computing                        Mrs Bagley & Miss Gibson

History                                Miss Clarke

Geography                          Mrs Beechey

MFL                                     Miss Lally

PE                                         Mr Norton and Mrs Cockshott

PSHE/RSE     Mrs Meers

 
 
CHRISTIAN
DISTINCTIVENESS

As a Church of England setting we are proud of our connections with our academy sponsors St Chad's Trust and the Diocese of Lichfield. RE and Collective Worship are placed highly within our curriculum and embrace our academy values. We follow the Diocese of Lichfield Christian Distinctiveness syllabus and the Understanding Christianity content material. 

The additional faiths that we have selected to study within the academy are:-

* Christianity

*  Judaism

*  Islam

Whilst our pupils will learn about these faiths in greater detail, we do acknowledge the culture abd celebrations of other faiths across the year.

SIAMS Report
Church Of England Vision For Education
The Local Agreed Syllabi
Our Key Values
Our Worship Timetable
Our Long Term RE Plan 2021/22