- Our Church School
- Inclusion and Safeguarding
I am exceptionally proud to be the headteacher of Clifton All Saints Academy
and to work with such a dedicated and talented staff team who go above and beyond to give
our children and families the very best education and school experience.
The school was founded in 1807 to provide education to the 'principles and practices of the Church of England'.
We are proud of our links with the church and our deeply Christian ethos.
When staff and children talk about our school they often compare life at All Saints Academy as being part of a
family. As a small school we are in a position to know our children and families well and cater to their individual
needs. Through a broad and balanced curriculum we ensure that children reach their full potentials and
through Christian teachings develop a strong sense of right and wrong.
Please get in touch if you would like to arrange a tour. I look forward to welcoming you to Clifton All Saints
Academy and showing you our school in action.
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