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2020 Visits

We would love to show you our school so you can see what makes All Saints a special place for your child to grow, but sadly we can't.

So we have filled this page with lots of information, photos and films for you to get a feel of why we love it here.

We've made our own films so you can see us on an average day and get a feel for our friendly team and All Saints family.

Come and find your place to shine.


 

A Tour of our school with Mrs Brunton

Click on the pictures below to open up films in YouTube.

We are delighted that you are considering All Saints CE VA Junior, for the next part of your child’s journey. 

All Saints is a special place to grow, with the widest opportunities on offer for every child.  It is a happy place to learn – based in one building - with a strong family feel.  

All Saints….

  •  Fosters curiosity 
  •  Provides a rich childhood
  •  Develops each child’s character
  •  Provides a sense of belonging in a warm and engaging setting
  •  Achieves the highest standards

In May 2019 we were given the top grading – Excellent for our most recent Section 48 inspection.

  •  Pupils’ character development is exceptional. They are developing into courageous advocates for social justice.
  •  The school takes pupil well-being extremely seriously and bases its approach on research.
  •  The school’s broad and engaging curriculum prepares pupils very well for their future lives in society as life-long learners who believe in themselves, whatever their talent.
  •  …pupils achieve very well and thrive in their learning…

We are a Lead Hub School for the National Whole Education schools network who at their very heart have a commitment to a Whole Education to grow the Whole Child.  We are also a Teaching Centre for Mathematics Mastery  and are working with the Department for Education to host the Shanghai teachers in February.  

I am in the very fortunate position to be both the Headteacher of All Saints and a parent here.  My own daughter has flourished - growing into a kind, independent young woman who has also made excellent progress during her time here. 

I do hope you come to visit us on one of our Open evenings/mornings – we’d love to tell you all about why we love All Saints.  

Mrs Tracey Brunton

Headteacher

You will probably have lots of questions. 

Click here to check out our

A to Z of Useful Information page.


 


Click on a photo to see a film clip of this area in our school (opens a film in YouTube) or be taken to another page on our website (opens in a new page)

    Entrance to school

    Gambian Garden (film)

    Playing (film)

    Allotments (film)      

    Children's Kitchen (link to Cooking page)

    Big Playground (film)                 

          

         Year 6 (film)

    Library (link to Library page)

    Reading Garden (link to Reading page)

                                                                                                                                         

    Year 3 Classrooms (film)

    Outside learning (film)

    Small Playground (film)

    Hall

    ICT Suite

                                                                                                   Orchard (film)

                                                                                                                                      

     


    Curriculum

    At All Saints, we use the practice of project based learning.  Each of our projects, best known as our ‘leaning adventures’ is underpinned by a driving question and include memorable experiences as well as statutory skills and content. 

    Our learning adventures are launched through an exciting hook event and culminate in a celebration of learning – often involving a community audience. Central to our end outcomes is a focus on beautiful learning, high quality, rich outcomes and community involvement. 

    Click on a picture below to enlarge to see the Year 3 Learning Adventures.


     

    We love 2020A bit about us for Year 2 Parents

    Floor plan of our school

    plan of school no classnames
  • Do you use a reading shceme?

    We assess reading at the start of the Autumn term and give them appropriate levels of books to choose. This may be part of a reading scheme or from a wider selection of books from the school library.

  • Is there a Year 3 reading list?

    Yes, our English page under the Curriculum tab has lots of information about reading. Click here to go there.

  • Will Year 3 be able to have music lessons?

    Yes - spaces are allocated for Year 3.

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