All Hallows Catholic School
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|Motto||Testimonium Perhibere Veritati (Bear witness to the truth)|
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All Hallows Catholic School is a mixed, voluntary-aided comprehensive secondary school and Sixth Form in Weybourne, Surrey, England. The school offers many courses including A-level. Examination results are outstanding, with a 99% pass rate at A-level in 2009. GCSE results have also advanced significantly to 80% A*-C grade passes. The five A*-C pass rate, including English and Mathematics, rose to 72% in 2009.
Between 2010 and 2011, the school completed a major extension providing two new classrooms and a new science laboratory, and refurbished three other classrooms. There are also enhanced staff facilities and a completely redesigned reception area.
The school opened in 1961 through the initiative of Canon Daniel O'Hanlon, and recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Celebrations included a Mass to which former staff and students were invited.
In 2011 a Jubilee Memorial Garden was completed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the school. There are now plans for the construction of a new Sixth Form Centre.
Extra curricular activities
Extra curricular activities include a number of sports such as football, rugby, tennis, fitness, cricket, netball, rounders (in summer) and swimming but also stretch as far as fencing and self-defence classes. There are also numerous musical activities such as Cantamus (Girl's choir), Boy's choir, Chamber Choir, Folk Band, String Orchestra, Senior Strings, Modern Jazz Quartet, Big Band and Rock Experience. It also is the location of "Violins Together", "Cellos Together" and "Voices Together", which are groups open to all nearby schools.
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