The Academy has reopened to scholars.
We have now welcomed back all year groups.
Attendance: It is expected that all scholars attend school. If scholars feel ill, we normally ask that they come to school. However, under these circumstances, scholars are reminded not to attend school if they or someone in their household has any of the following symptoms:
• a high temperature
• a new, continuous cough
• a loss of, or change to, their sense of smell or taste
If your child displays any of these symptoms they should stay at home and get a test via the NHS website Here. Parents should report any absence to school in the normal way by calling reception on 020 7450 5959.
You MUST contact us and tell us if they have these symptoms. If you or your child are anxious for any reason – please talk to your Pastoral Director.
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To all who are a part of the AASA Community - Welcome to 2020-2021.
From Monday 7th September we will be welcoming our scholars back to School. Please make sure you have read the letter below with all the information you need to know.
Essential Information for September 2020
Welcome from our Principal, Ms Lucy Frame
I am delighted to welcome you to Ark All Saints Academy.
We aim for all scholars to leave Ark All Saints Academy equipped with the skills necessary for success at university or to pursue a career of their choice. There are no excuses; we wish nothing less for our scholars than we would for our own children.
Ark All Saints Academy opened in September 2013 welcoming its first cohort of scholars. Our academy offers excellent opportunities for local children and we moved into our wonderful new building in January 2014.
Our values and ethos are based in Christian principles and whilst we welcome people of all faith and none, we expect all scholars to respect each other's faith.