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Thank you for taking the time to visit the Stepney All Saints School website. I am delighted to be the Head teacher of our fabulous school.

It is an absolute honour and privilege to lead such a skilled and committed group of teachers and support staff, all of whom share a phenomenal commitment to the achievement and wellbeing of our students.

Mr Paul Woods, Head Teacher

“I am overwhelmed by what the school has done for my child.”


“Tower Hamlets is a better place because of this school.”

Sir Ian McKellen, World Renowned Actor

“Teachers’ enthusiasm and commitment for every pupil to succeed is infectious, creating a highly positive classroom learning environment.”

Ofsted Report, 2015

“There is a high level of support, both pastoral and academic throughout KS3 & KS4 helping to enhance confidence and progress.”


Stepney All Saints School is an Outstanding Church School

SIAMS Inspection, May 2018

“Pupils are provided with opportunities to explore freely and learn about issues that affect their lives, both now and in the future. These include personal, health and social education, the equality group, debating society and faith groups.”

Ofsted Report, 2015

“What a pleasure to meet such thoughtful and enterprising students. Their interest in how to deal with the problems of the world is a joy.”

Dame Barbara Stocking, President of Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University

Notices & Letters

  • SASS Radio Show 24

    Tune in to the latest SASS Radio Show here – 

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  • Drama Trip to The Donmar Theatre to see Mary Seacole

    Year 10 students from the Mary Seacole House and the Year 10 GCSE Drama students went to the Donmar Theatre to see the production ‘Mary’s Seacole’ which celebrates the tremendous life and work of Mary Seacole. Crossing centuries and continents,  the production examines not just the life of Britain’s second most famous nurse, but it […]

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  • Drama Trip to The Old Vic Theatre

    GCSE Year 10 Drama students went to see the production of The 47th at the Old Vic Theatre in Waterloo as a part of the schools project. The production, a political satire set in 2024 – we see Donald Trump running again to be president with disastrous consequences. The Year 10 really enjoyed the the Mike Bartlett ‘s production.  […]

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