At All Saints we want learning to be fun!

We want our children to develop an enthusiasm for learning, and provide a stimulating environment in which to do so.  Our curriculum themes, devised through discussion with pupils, are designed to make learning exciting; creative lessons, off-site trips and numerous extra-curricular activities all ensure the ‘WOW!’ factor is very much a part of life at All Saints.

In keeping with our Church of England status, we value everyone in our community as an individual.  During their time with us children are encouraged to become more independent, learning to take responsibility for their actions and developing an inner confidence that will stay with them when they move onto secondary school and beyond.

Relationships within the school are founded on the Christian values of respect, forgiveness and care for everyone in our rich and diverse community.  We want everyone to achieve their very best – and have fun doing so!

We hope that this website will provide you with lots of information about our school.  However, if you want to know more about All Saints why not come and see the school at work.  You can meet the headteacher and take a tour of the school to see what life at All Saints is like.

Latest News

  • 28 November 2014
    Pupils from the All Saints Choir once again entertained members of St Mark's Methodist Church at the opening of the Church's Christmas Bazaar. The children sang beautifully and were a credit to our school.
  • 27 November 2014
    Many thanks for the donations of chocolates this morning. They will be used on the Chocolate Tombola at the Christmas Bazaar. Congratulations to 6M who made the longest line! (Special mention to 3S - by far the smallest class in the school - with a very close third place!)
  • 27 November 2014
    Well done everyone. We managed to raise 378.07 last Friday! Particular mention to 4H whose collection was an impressive 60.82!
  • 27 November 2014
    Over the past few weeks the children have been researching soldiers who fought in WW1, learning about each individuals story, and making a poppy in remembrance of that soldier. On Tuesday morning everyone in the school planted their poppy, to make our own river of red, before joining together for the two minute silence at 11 oclock. It was a very moving experience, made more so when we reflected on how sparce our 300 poppies looked compared to those at the Tower of London. It made us realise just how many soldiers lost their lives in the Great War.

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