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17th January 2024

Dear parents and carers,

As this is my first letter of the New Year, I would like to begin by extending my warming wishes to all for a safe, happy, and successful 2024. The coming months promise much for Stepney All Saints students and as we throw ourselves back into school life and embrace our vision: “We will achieve excellence and inspire generations the All Saints Way”, we can expect excellent progress and great achievements. We have a busy half term ahead of us and a number of key events in our school calendar fast approaching.

Parental contact details:

A reminder to all parents/carers to ensure that you continue to update the school every time that there is a change to your contact details. This includes home address, email address and contact numbers. Please email with your child’s full name and form group and your name, relationship to the child and updated contact details.

Enrichment activities

A reminder that all students in Years 7, 8 and 9 take part in enrichment activities at Stepney All Saints. We want our students to excel in all aspects of their school life and attendance at enrichment activities is a key element.  We are monitoring attendance and this will be reflected in students’ reports at Academic Review Day. Well done to those students who received awards at the end of term for their outstanding contribution to enrichment. An updated list of afterschool and lunchtime clubs is available to view HERE.

Parents’ Evenings

Parent’s evenings are essential because they give you an opportunity to meet your child’s teachers, discuss what your child is doing at school and how they are getting on. When school and parents work together, children do better.

Before a parents’ evening, please look through the grades reported on EduLink and read through your child’s work noting whether tasks are being completed. It is also a good idea to remind yourself of any previous school reports to identify areas of progress or concern. Chat to your child to find out how they feel lessons are going in each subject.

Some useful questions to ask at parents’ evenings include:

Our teachers have a wealth of knowledge and experience, so ask for their guidance and suggestions on how to help your child to do their best. Good teaching means identifying areas for improvement and achieving target grades.

Key Dates and Events

This is also a busy time with a number of dates in diary for the coming weeks as follows:

The full set of term dates for the academic year are available on our website,

To remain up-to-date on what is happening in school, click HERE for our latest news articles and follow us on Facebook and Twitter @StepneyAS for a wealth of content from students and staff.

As always, thank you for your continued support. Please do get in touch if there is any aspect of our provision that you would like to discuss.

Yours sincerely,

Paul Woods