December 16, 2014 in Front Page News by Mr A BILLINGS


Students at All Hallows dazzled the Ofsted inspectors when they remarked the College ‘is as perfect as it can be’ during their recent visit to the Voluntary Academy in Macclesfield. Inspectors were equally inspired by the Catholic College ethos and awarded the highest possible grade of ‘Outstanding’ in all areas including the Sixth Form. This is the second time the College has received an ‘Outstanding’ result and the Inspectors congratulated the Principal and all the staff for achieving such an impressive outcome and flourishing, even when expectations have never been higher.

The innovative College was praised for the quality of teaching and learning which allowed their students to ‘make rapid progress in a wide range of subjects.’  The Principal, Mr Billings, senior and middle leaders, teachers and governors are said to provide outstanding leadership not just through a ‘relentless focus on improving teaching’ but also ‘the personal development of students,’ where each individual is valued and nurtured.

All Hallows students’ attitude to learning and behaviour is ‘Outstanding’ and students are ‘keen to do as well as they can.’ The faith and values of the college play a ‘major part in students feeling well prepared for the next phase of education and life in modern Britain.’

Mr Billings, the Principal said, ‘We couldn’t be more pleased.  I am so proud of everyone.  We are always striving to be the best we can and it is wonderful to have such public recognition.’ Jacqui Feely, Chair of Governors said, ‘the Governors are over the moon with the result and the report which captures the excellence and extent of the care for young people which is at the heart of All Hallows. This is a well-deserved result achieved by the whole team working together each and every day.’

Read the full Ofsted Report here! – PDF

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Whitsun, Trinity and Michaelmas Term Reviews 2014

December 17, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows


Newsletter 19 December 2014

December 12, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows


Important letters from the Principal

December 10, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows

Please see the following link to read the 2 letters sent home on Wednesday 10 December 2014 from the Principal.
Click here to view the letter – PDF


China Blog November 2014

December 1, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows

Leeow tza leah. That’s my phonetic spelling of the most useful word that I have learnt during this trip to China that Mr Diamond and I have been lucky enough to go on, to work on an exchange partnership with our partner school in Xi’an, no 85 middle school, along with 5 other teachers from primary schools in Cheshire. – Click here to view the Blog! – ‘China blog 2014 – Miss Easter and Mr Diamond


Consultation for Admission Policy 2016

December 1, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows

All Hallows Catholic College are consulting on the Admissions Policy for September 2016/17 below and our Supplementary Information Form below during the period of 1 December 2014 – 9 February 2015.- Click Here to view PDF


Anti Bullying Video 2014

November 28, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows


College Assessments/ Internal Exams

November 25, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows

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New Mailing System

November 18, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows

We have moved to a new mailing system to distribute the weekly newsletter and other news to parents and other All Hallows community members.  We have migrated over the existing addresses into the new system, however if you weren’t on our mailing list you can now subscribe.  The newsletter is sent out weekly and you will occasionally also be notified of any important letters and events we have sent out.

PARENTS AS PARTNERS: This newsletter, together with this website is a primary means of communication between home and College and therefore we strongly urge all parents to check they are subscribed to the newsletter. Although there is a facility to unsubscribe, we would hope that parents would not choose this option whilst your child is in our care.


Year 9 BTEC Remembrance Dance Video 2014

November 11, 2014 in Front Page News by All Hallows

Click here to see the Year 9 BTEC Remembrance Dance Video 2014




Principal’s Blog – Ubuntu

October 5, 2014 in Front Page News by Mr A BILLINGS

Let’s reflect on Ubuntu

Do you remember my assembly at the start of the new academic year?

Do you remember the meaning behind this photograph?Ubuntu

I introduced you to the word ‘Ubuntu’ and we’ve since named a part of our dining room ‘Ubuntu’ as a reminder of what we can share when we sit down and talk to each together.

Ubuntu is a South African (Nguni Bantu) term roughly translating to “human kindness.” It is an idea which literally means “human-ness,” and is often translated as “humanity towards others,” but it is often used in a more philosophical sense to mean “the belief in a universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity”.

According to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Ubuntu speaks of the very essence of being human. We say “Hey, so-and-so has ubuntu.” It means you are generous, you are hospitable, you are friendly and caring and compassionate. You share what you have. It is to say, “My humanity is caught up, is inextricably bound up, in yours.” We belong in a bundle of life. We say, “A person is a person through other persons.” A person with ubuntu is open and available to others, affirming of others, does not feel threatened that others are able and good, for he or she has a proper self-assurance that comes from knowing that he or she belongs in a greater whole and is diminished when others are humiliated or diminished, when others are tortured or oppressed, or treated as if they were less than who they are.” Archbishop Desmund Tutu.

I thought it would be good to share our ideas on Ubuntu. Here are some questions, just for starters. Share what you think of Ubuntu as way of understanding life.

Do you have ubuntu? Do you know someone who has good ubuntu?

Is ubuntu a way of explaining what we mean by ‘having honourable purpose’?