"Students make rapid progress from their various starting points and achieve outstandingly well."
"Students' behaviour around the academy is faultless. Attendance rates are high and punctuality exemplary."
"Students' moral, social and cultural development is promoted exceptionally well. Students' development of self-confidence is well-supported."
"All teachers enjoy strong relationships with their students and this inspires high levels of trust, confidence and commitment. Students are unreservedly proud of their school."
"Attainment in many subjects, especially English, Maths, Science and RE is significantly above national averages."
"Students have a wide range of opportunities to engage in high quality extra-curricular activities, trips and visits."
"The Sixth Form is Outstanding. Students achieve well and make excellent progress. They are ambitious, determined and highly confident young adults."
Appointment cards have been issued to students to make appoint,ments on your behalf with the teachers you wish to speak to.
Eleven of our Ashcroft students were selected to attend the Annual FABulous book award on Tuesday which was held at the Wandsworth Professional Development Centre in Tooting. They joined six other local Secondary schools to hear the announcement of the Winner of the Best Teenage Fiction Book for 2017.
It has been an eventful week with a variety of events taking place for students across all year groups.
Obviously our duckings have taken centre stage and Duckwatch has acclaimed much following through our internal and external links - they are almost as famous as Justin Beiber or Beyonce!
Students have enjoyed all the activities which have brought another dimension of science into the classroom, a little bit different to lessons and in some respects amusing scientific facts.
Year 9 parents meet with subject teachers to discuss their son/daughter's progress.
Students will find out about a vast array of different science-based jobs and careers, some of which they could enter straight from school and others that require a University degree. Students will present a project that they have done in school or science club
Revision Conference for Government & Politics students to help them aspire to higher grade. The conference will be held at the Emmanual Centre, SW1