Welcome to All Saints Marsh C of E Academy

Our school has been serving the community here since 1873, with the building originally being used as a church. We are in the parish of Wolborough and very much value our links with the local church of St Paul’s, and the Diocese of Exeter.

Attendance - this is very important to us at All Saints Marsh! Please help us to achieve this year's target of 98% attendance!

We asked all our children, parents/carers, staff and governors to think about which Christian values made All Saints Marsh so special. We all agreed that love is the most important of all, and to remember this it is placed in the palm of our 'values hand'. The other five Christian values chosen were Peace, Hope, Friendship. Trust and Compassion.

Please feel free to make an appointment to come and have a look around! We are looking forward to meeting you and your child. 

SIAMS Inspection

We are absolutely delighted with the report from our recent SIAMS inspection. The Inspector graded us good in three areas and outstanding in the fourth! The covering letter and report can also be found in the Newsletters page.

 

Welcome to our new schools

We are pleased to announce that All Saints' Thurlestone Church of England Academy, West Alvington Church of England Academy and Charleton Church of England Academy joined the Learning Academy Partnership Trust  on 1 April 2017.

Collectively Empowering Excellence for the benefit of all of our children.

 

Latest Ofsted Report (March 2014)

SIAS Report - (Feb 2011)

Devon County Council's Local Offer gives information on support and services that are available for children and young people who have special educational needs in Devon across education, health and social care services.