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  • Absences and Holidays

    If your child is unwell and unable to attend school, please phone the school office 01252 615428 and leave a message by 9.00 am each day that your child is unwell. Please do not send your child back to school until they are completely recovered.

    If your child is going to be absent from school for any reason, please notify the class teacher or the school office by telephone, letter or personal call.  

    In the event of your child being ill, please phone the school office from 8.15am.

    No child is allowed to leave the school during school time unless a proper request has been received. We prefer you to make dental and routine medical appointments outside school hours whenever possible.

     
    We recommend that family holidays are not taken during term time, unless it is absolutely unavoidable; in which case a holiday form should be obtained from the School Office and returned after completion. Permission must be obtained from the Headteacher to authorise the absence before the holiday is booked.
     
    The following guidance is taken from the Directgov website. Click the logo to go to this web page.

     

    Taking children on holiday during term

    Keeping your children off school during term should be avoided if possible. It is the legal duty of parents and carers to ensure their child’s regular attendance at school.

    Missing school upsets children’s education and may affect their relationships within the school. If you take them on holiday during term-time your child may miss important tests or exams.

    The majority of family holidays taken during term time will be categorised as an unauthorised absence.

    In very exceptional circumstances schools may authorise a family holiday for example when it may be judged to important to the well-being and cohesion of the family, following serious or terminal illness, bereavement, or other traumatic events.

    You should discuss this with the Principal as only the school can permit such an absence. Do not expect your child’s school to agree the absence, as they may have a policy that states all term-time holidays are counted as absences.

  • Access to Records and Documents

    Hampshire records are confidential to the school and the child's parents. Given reasonable notice, parents may view their child's school records and the documents listed below:

    • Policy statements of the School Governors, the Department for Children, Schools and Families and Hampshire Children’s Services.
    • Schemes of work for each year group.
    • Complaints procedures for C of E Aided schools.
    • All published reports relating to the school made by Her Majesty's Inspectors of Schools.
    • Hampshire’s statement on equal opportunities.
    • Minutes of school governors meetings.
  • Accessibility

    Accessibility for visitors at All Saints C. of E. Junior School

    • The reception area is clearly signposted
    • There are two disabled parking spaces near to the main entrance
    • There is a ramp to the main entrance
    • The outer doors open automatically
    • Footpaths are wide, smooth and slip resistant
    • The entry procedure is displayed in large print
    • Safety instructions are displayed in large print
    • The reception desk is split level so as to be easily accessible from a wheel chair
    • Although there is no knee room on the outside of the reception desk, a  clipboard is provided for use by wheel chair users who need a flat surface to write on
    • There is a disabled toilet
    • The fire alarm sounders have a flashing light on them
    • Doors are different in colour to their frames so as to provide contrast for people who are partially sighted
    • Visitors are asked to request assistance on arrival if required
  • Admissions

    Our Admissions policies can be found on the Policies page under the Information tab.

    Click on this link to go to the Admissions Appeals website  https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/admissions/guidance/appeals

    This website details the appeals process for this year and contains the appeals timetable.

  • ASSA - our PTA

    See PTA in this A to Z list

  • Assessment

    At All Saints we use the SOLO taxonomy to assess children's learning. Please see the presentation on the Information menu for more details.

     

  • Behaviour and Discipline

    The staff and the governing body believe that children need their school to be a caring and safe community in which their learning and personal development will be unhindered by improper behaviour on the part of others.

    To establish such a community, the Headteacher, staff and Governing Body have set in place a behaviour policy which is based on a system of rewards and sanctions to be applied consistently and fairly throughout the school.

    It is hoped that through the implementation of this policy and associated procedures, pupils will take responsibility for their own actions and respect the rights of others.

    The Anti Bullying Policy and Behaviour Policy can be found on the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Breakfast and After School Club

    The Breakfast Club and After School Club is run by KOOSA Kids.
    To find out more and book places see their website.   http://www.koosakids.co.uk/

  • Clubs

    We provide a wide range of activities and clubs which are run voluntarily by members of staff and parents or by external providers.

    These activities run during the lunch hour or after school.

    All clubs require a form to be filled in - these can be found at the school office.

  • Complaints

    The Complaints Procedure document can be found on the Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Correspondence

    Letters and reply slips should be sent in via the children to the class teachers. There is no need to queue up at reception! If you wish to speak to your child’s teacher, please phone: 01252 615428 or email: adminoffice@allsaints-fleet.hants.sch.uk to ask for the teacher to contact you. Alternatively you can put a message in your child’s Reading Diary. If you need to see the teacher urgently, please come to the School Office.

  • Curriculum

    At All Saints, the national curriculum is taught through a cross-curricular approach. We are passionate about learning through first-hand experience as this helps to ensure that each child engages in their learning and gains a rich variety of skills, knowledge and understanding.

    To this end, children have the opportunity to take part in regular school visits and benefit from a range of visitors to school.

    The curriculum overviews can be found on the Year Group pages in the Learning drop down menu.

  • Cycling to School

    To ensure our children’s safety all children who cycle to school must have completed their Cycling Proficiency Test and be wearing a cycle helmet unless accompanied by a supervising adult. Please be aware that the school cannot accept any responsibility for cycles or scooters left on the school site.

  • Dinners and Snacks

    School dinners and picnic bags are prepared and cooked on the premises and are of a high standard offering a variety of choice.

    Every morning at registration, the day’s menu choice is announced and each child books their choice between a hot meat meal, a hot vegetarian meal or a picnic bag. They are then issued with a colour coordinated disc to collect their meal. Before they eat, children are encouraged to wash their hands with antibacterial gel.

    Children arriving late to school have to book their meal at the School Office.

    The menus are available on  the Hampshire website - click here to open the schools menu page. 

    Special diets are catered for; please write to Mrs Hughes with your child’s requests/needs.

    A picnic bag consists of a filled roll, a cake or biscuit, a drink and a piece of fruit. The menu can be found in the Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

    Provision is also made for children to eat packed lunches in the hall under supervision or outside in good weather.

    The cost of a school dinner is £2.15 per day.  Dinners can be paid for by the week or half term. Please pay on Monday either on line at www.scopay.com  or by cash or cheque (payable to HCC), in a sealed envelope labelled ‘Dinner Money’ with the child’s name and class.

     If your child is ill or is on a school trip, the money you have paid is carried over to the next week/half term.

     

    Break Times

    Children may bring a piece of fruit to eat during the morning break.

    Healthy snacks are also available to buy from the kitchen at break time ranging from 25p to 50p.

    For example:

    Bread roll, garlic bread, sticky bun, fresh fruit, raisins, pizza slice, chocolate milk cartoon, poured out milk (150mls) and poured out juice (150mls).

  • Educational Visits

    We regard our educational visits as a vital part of your child's education, as they often form an integral part of the work being undertaken by the children at school.
    Year 4 and Year 6 have the opportunity to go on residential visits, which enable them to spend some time away from home and learn from a different environment. The existence of these activities in the curriculum does, however, depend upon parents willingness to help bear the cost, as we may only ask for voluntary contributions.
    We cannot demand payment, nor can a child be excluded from an activity, but if insufficient parents contribute, the trips cannot take place.

    Go to Payments in this A - Z list to find out how to pay.

    Our Insurance certificate for school journeys can be found in the Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Equalities

    Our Employment Equality Policy and Schools Equality Policy can be found in the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Governors

    The school has a board of fourteen governors. They meet frequently throughout the year to carry out their duties.

    There is a Governor's page under the Information tab with more information.

     

  • Homework

    All children are members of the school library and may take library books home in a clean bag. At All Saints we believe that regular reading at home is extremely important to every child.

    All classes will be set homework on a regular basis. This is usually connected to their topic. Children are also required to practise their multiplication tables and spellings at home weekly. Each child has a homework diary, which parents are asked to sign regularly. Additional homework projects are available for children in all Year Groups if parents wish their children to take part.

    We hope parents will help and support their children with this homework. The main purpose of homework is to enhance the children's learning and, in the long term, help them become used to the discipline of homework in preparation for secondary school.

    Individual hobbies and interests are obviously very important to children’s development and these naturally complement and enrich the individual's experience in school.

    Our Homework Policy can be found on the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Home School Contract


    At the beginning of every school year, every pupil receives a Home School Contract to read, sign, take home for their parents to read and sign and then return to school.

    Our Home School Contract can be found on the Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Illness, Medicines and Accident Procedure

    Our school has a medical room and trained first-aiders are able to deal with minor problems. In the event of a more serious accident or illness, you will be contacted immediately, so please ensure we have a contact number at which you can be reached in case of emergency. Please indicate on the admission form any special condition relevant to your child so that Individual Health Care Plans can be put in place for their care in school..

    If prescribed medication is required during the school day, please complete a consent form and leave the item in the correct dosage with the School Office (not the class teacher), clearly marked with the child's name and the time it should be administered. Children must not carry medicine around with them during the day, except for inhalers for asthma. Medical inspections (with parents present) are carried out by the school nurse for selected children each term.

     

    Our Administration of Medicines Policy can be found on the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Inclusion

    A number of children experience some form of learning barrier during their school life. Children may have a variety of Special Educational Needs and we are committed to a programme of early identification.

     Once needs are identified, they are recorded in the SEN register and children having special needs, with or without statements, will be supported in a number of ways.

    They may be taught individually, within small groups or supported within the class by a Teaching Assistant. We also take recommendations from a number of specialists who advise the school. We firmly believe that every child should have the opportunity to reach his/her potential and will make every effort to provide appropriate support for individuals.

    Our Special Educational Needs Policy and Inclusion Policy can be found on the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • INSET Days 2017 - 2018

    Friday 20th October 2017

    Monday 30th October 2017

    Friday 9th February 2018

    Friday 25th May 2018

    Monday 23rd July 2018

  • Instrumental Information

    We have a thriving musical curriculum at All Saints and we aim to give all children who would like to, the opportunity to play a musical instrument.

    We employ peripatetic instrumental music teachers who visit the school on a weekly basis to teach the children brass, woodwind, keyboard, guitars, string and percussion instruments.

    Parents are required to make a financial contribution towards the cost of these lessons, although families who are eligible for FSM may be entitled to support under our Charging and Remissions policy.

    Where a place is not immediately available, children will be placed on a waiting list.

    From September the cost is £66.00 per term.

    The timetable is:

    • Monday - Brass and Woodwind
    • Tuesday - Cello and Violin
    • Thursday - Percussion, keyboard and singing
    • Friday - Guitar 

     

    Go to Payments in this A - Z list to find out how to pay.

  • Internet Safety

    We have a list of helpful websites on the Information and Reports page under the Information drop down menu.

  • Letters from School

    The Weekly Bulletin is produced on Fridays and sent home via Parent Mail. It contains a wealth of information about what's happened that week, forth coming events, clubs and a message from our Head Teacher etc. Current and previous Weekly Bulletins can be found on the Letters page on the News and Events drop down menu.


    At the end of each term the 'All Saints Newspaper' is issued and contains reports by children and staff about events from that term as well as some examples of work.
    Additional letters are sent home or via Parent Mail and can be found on the Letters page on the News and Events drop down menu
    .

    If you would like to join Parent Mail to receive letters by email please contact the School Office on 01252 615428, email
    admin@allsaints-fleet.hants.sch.uk or in person.

  • Library

    Reading is an important part of life at our school and children are all actively encouraged to take part in the school reading challenges where certificates are awarded for every 15 books read.  In Upper School, we have the popular individual and team reading challenges where the children complete a variety of tasks all associated with reading.

     At All Saints, we are extremely fortunate to have a large library of over 10 000 books for the children to enjoy.  Our non-fiction section encompasses all the books the children will need for their topic work in school from Romans to Tudors and beyond, but the selection does not stop there.  From Guinness World Record books to books about every kind of sport and hobby and autobiographies about people who shape our world today, there is something for everyone.

     We are especially proud of our fiction books at All Saints. These are reviewed on a regular basis to ensure that in addition to traditional literature, we stock the latest popular fiction. The children play a large part in selecting new books for our library and we always welcome their suggestions and recommendations.  We also hold book fairs each year in the Autumn and Summer Terms to give children and parents alike the opportunity to buy books from a range of current fiction and non-fiction titles.

     In addition to our wide range of fiction, and within the fiction library, we have four further sections: 

    • Picture Books and Graphic Novels: these range from simple introductory stories to more complex texts enjoyed by children throughout the school
    • Pale Blue Readers: these are shorter texts, often accompanied by illustrations that provide a stepping stone between infants and juniors for our Year 3 pupils.  Not exclusively for Year 3s, these books are read by children across the years.
    • Year 6 Books: we recognise the need to prepare our Year 6 children for senior school and provide a selection of more challenging texts that will help with this transition. As some of these texts do deal with current issues, you are most welcome to visit the library to view the books and advise us if you do not wish your child to read them.
    • Plays and Puzzles: tremendously popular with all children, we have a variety of play scripts designed for junior aged children and ad-hoc performances take place in the library on a regular basis.  Puzzle Adventure books are also a popular resource and available to borrow from the library.

     It is our aim to encourage the use of the library at all times making it a welcoming and friendly environment in which to read, meet and work.  During the summer, children are able to take books outside and enjoy reading in the Reading garden and our growing library of CD books is available to all children each lunchtime where they are able to meet in groups to listen to a favourite story.

     Whether to read, browse, work or meet, our library is open to all and we look forward to your visit.

  • Mobile Phones

    Children are not permitted to have mobile phones with them in school.

  • Money and Valuables

    Children should hand in any money to their class teacher on arrival in the morning, in a sealed envelope marked with the child's name, class, subject of the payment and the amount. Please endeavour to send the correct amount.

    We discourage children from bringing valuable items into school but where this is necessary, e.g. musical instruments, please make sure your personal insurance policy will cover any loss or damage at school.

  • OFSTED Reports

    The Ofsted and Diocese reports can be found Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

    The Ofsted report can also be found on the Ofsted website.  Click here to go there.

  • Open Days for New Parents
    • To Be Announced

     

    You are invited to meet in the School Hall.  Mrs Brunton, the Headteacher, will give a short talk about what our school offers. Then there will be a tour of the school.  

  • Parents Helping in School

    Help in School

    The education of your child can be enriched and supported by parents who come and assist in school and we welcome parental help at All Saints.

    There are many ways that parents (and other family members) can become involved, including, supporting ASSA who raise funds for us, attending our Parent’s Forum or by helping in school. Parents and others currently help with reading, maths, art, class visits, the library, recorder groups, costumes for productions, displays, photocopying and in many other ways.

    Under present regulations all parent helpers will be required to have a CRB (Criminal Record Bureau) check before working in school. We are always delighted to hear from parents/family members who are willing to gain CRB clearance and to spend any time helping in school. If you are able to do this, please contact your child’s class teacher.

     
    Liaison

    We aim to establish a partnership with each family, because we see the education of children as a joint process. All parents are welcome in our school and you should feel able to contact the school at any reasonable time, either by coming in person, (preferably by appointment), or by telephone, email or letter.

    When your child has been admitted to our school, you are required to complete a form giving details of your full address, home telephone number, work numbers and also the name and telephone number of a friend in case we cannot contact you in an emergency. Please let the school know of any changes to these details so that our records can be kept up to date.

    During the year there are parents' evenings and an open day, which give you a chance to see your child's work and progress. Should you or your child's teacher have cause for concern, an appointment can be made to discuss the matter.

     

    Safeguarding

     The staff and governors of All Saints C. of E. Junior School consider it to be the right of all children to lead their lives in safety and be protected from abuse. Therefore we seek to safeguard and promote the welfare of all our pupils through a range of measures which support a culture of safeguarding.

  • Pastoral Care

    Christian values permeate everything the school does which enables all learners to flourish as confident, self-assured young people.

  • Payments

    All payments can be made on line at www.scopay.com. We also accept payments by cheque or cash. Cheques should be made payable as follows:

    School day trips            -         All Saints Junior School Fund

    Book Fair                     -          All Saints Junior School Fund

    Cooking lessons           -          H.C.C.

    Music lessons               -          H.C.C.

    School meals                -          H.C.C.

    Year 6 residential trip (PGL)     -   H.C.C.

    Purchase of curriculum items (Revision guides/scripts) - H.C.C.

    When payments are made on line, if you are paying for items to HCC and All Saints Junior School together, you can do so, however, you will be asked to check out twice with your payment details. This is because some money is going to Hampshire County Council (HCC) and some money is going to the school (All Saints Junior School).

    Click here to open the Tucasi website to pay online.

    Any problems, please contact the school office.

  • PE and PE Premium

    Physical Education at All Saints aims to promote a healthy active lifestyle, aesthetic movement and the development of positive attitudes through a range of safe and enjoyable physical activities.

    Children are taught: games, including football, cricket, netball, rounders and rugby, gymnastics, dance, athletics, outdoor adventurous activities and swimming.

    For PE uniform information see the Uniform section.

    For information about how we spend our PE Premium can be found in the Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Performance of our School
  • PTA - ASSA

    We are very fortunate to have a very active PTA known as ASSA (All Saints School Association).

    They organise many events such as a Christmas and Summer Fair, Discos, Family Bingo Nights, a Quiz Night, Mothers' and Fathers' Day Sales etc.

    The money raised goes towards theatre groups, author visits and projects such as the ICT Suite and Round House.

    Go to our ASSA page under the Information tab to find out more and see photos of their events and what the money has been spent on.

    There is more information available on their website. Click here to go to it.

  • Pupil Premium

    Allocation 2016/17:   £75,980

    Provision:-

    • Head Teacher, Deputy Head and specialist Teaching Assistants to lead writing intervention groups targeted at children in Year6, specifically High Attainers
    • Specialist, dedicated after-school support provided in Maths
    • Deputy Head with designated role as Pupil Premium Champion to ensure good social, emotional and academic provision for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium
    • Regular release time for each Year Group Leader to monitor the progress of and ensure provision for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium
    • Employment of English specialist teacher as Year 4 Leader to develop whole-school practice
    • 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified and experienced teachers, including Deputy Head and SENCo
    • Additional 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified, experienced teachers and teaching assistants provided in designated, fully - resourced setting
    • Extra TA support in class
    • Subsidies for school trips including the Isle of Wight residential visit
    • Subsidies for music tuition
    • Subsidies for extra-curricular activities
    • Books provided for children eligible for FSM
    • Additional Educational Psychologist support
    • Subscription to Third Space online tutoring 
    • Counselling for vulnerable children

    Allocation 2015/16: £75,020

    (Breakdown:  Deprivation Funding - £67,320, Service Children Funding - £3,900, Post Looked After Children Funding - £3,800)

     Provision:-

    • Deputy Head with designated role as Pupil Premium Champion to ensure good social, emotional and academic provision for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium
    • Regular release time for each Year Group Leader to monitor the progress of and ensure provision for pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium
    • 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified and experienced teachers, including Deputy Head and SENCo
    • Additional 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified, experienced teachers and teaching assistants provided in designated, fully - resourced setting
    • Extra TA support in class
    • Subsidies for school trips including the Isle of Wight residential visit
    • Subsidies for music tuition
    • Subsidies for extra-curricular activities
    • Books provided for children eligible for FSM
    • Additional Educational Psychologist support
    • Subscription to Third Space online tutoring 
    • Counselling for vulnerable children

     

    Impact:-

    SATs Results :

    Maths – 67% of children achieved Age Expected Standard

    Reading - 73% of children achieved Age Expected Standard

    SPAG – 60% of children achieved Age Expected Standard

    Writing - 80% of children achieved Age Expected Standard

    Children eligible for Pupil Premium were included in trips and extra-curricular activities that their parents would not otherwise have been able to afford – Minstead, Isle of Wight, music lessons, after-school clubs, etc.

    Children in receipt of Pupil Premium had access to a wide range of holistic and academic support in the Quiet Room. 

    Vulnerable children who were eligible for Pupil Premium had access to ELSA support which their parents felt was helpful for them.

    A number of children with challenging behaviour were better integrated in class.

    Particularly effective interventions included:- Weekly Maths Base group, 1:1 writing and spelling support, 1:1 reading support.


    Allocation for 2014 -15 - £62,100

    Provision:-

    • 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified and experienced teachers
    • Additional 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified, experienced teachers and teaching assistants provided in designated, fully - resourced setting
    • Extra TA support in class
    • Training for an additional Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA)
    • Nurture group training
    • Subsidies for school trips including the Isle of Wight residential visit
    • Subsidies for music tuition
    • Subsidies for extra-curricular activities
    • Books provided for children eligible for FSM
    • Additional Educational Psychologist support
    • Subscription to Third Space online tutoring 
    • Counselling for vulnerable children

     

    Impact:-

    • SATs Results :
    • Maths – 85% of children in receipt of PP made at least 2 Levels progress, 85% of children achieved Level 4 or above
    • Reading - 92% of children in receipt of PP made at least 2 Levels progress, 77% achieved Level 4 or above  
    • Writing - 77% of children in receipt of PP achieved Level 4 or above in SPAG
    • Children eligible for Pupil Premium were included in trips and extra-curricular activities that their parents would not otherwise have been able to afford – Minstead, Isle of Wight, etc.
    • Children in receipt of Pupil Premium had access to a wide range of holistic and academic support in the Quiet Room. 
    • Vulnerable children who were eligible for Pupil Premium had access to ELSA support which their parents felt was helpful for them.
    • A number of children with challenging behaviour were better integrated in class.
    • Particularly effective interventions included:- Weekly Maths Base group, 1:1 writing and spelling support, 1:1 reading support.

    Allocation 2013/14: £43,626

    This being spent on:

    • 1:1 and small group tuition from qualified and experienced teachers.
    • Extra TA support in class
    • Employment of additional Emotional Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA)
    • Subsidies for school trips including the Isle of Wight residential visit
    • Subsidies for music tuition
    • Subsidies for extra-curricular activities
    • Books provided for children eligible for FSM
    • Additional Educational Psychologist support
    • Training for Wave 3 Maths interventions
    • Subscription to KnowMaths online tutoring
    • Employment of athletics coach

     

    Impact – Year 6 SATs results:

    Maths - 100% of children receiving Pupil Premium achieved Level 4 and made at least two Levels progress.

    Reading – 100% of children receiving Pupil Premium achieved Level 4 and made at least two Levels progress.

    Writing – 100% 0f children receiving Pupil Premium achieved Level 5 in the SATs test.

     

    Other Impact:

    Children with challenging behaviour who at times were not fully integrated into the classroom are now successfully integrated for the majority of lessons

    School trips and extra-curricular activities are accessible to all children

    Music tuition is available to all children

    Children who in previous years have not been able to access end of term and year tests have done so this year

    Positive and ongoing impact on the well-being and confidence of children through ELSA


     
    Allocation 2012/13: £20,800
     This is being spent on:

    •  1:1 and small group tuition from a qualified teacher
    •  1:1 TA support in class
    •  Training for a second Emotional  Literacy Support Assistant (ELSA)
    •  Subsidies for school trips including the Isle of Wight residential
    •  Subsidies for music tuition
    •  Subsidies for extra-curricular activities
    •  Books for children eligible for FSM

     

    Impact – Test results:

    Average progress in Maths academic year 2012/13 for children on FSM 3.9 points

    Average progress in Reading academic year 2012/13 for children on FSM 4.7 points

     

     Other Impact:

    Children with challenging behaviour who at times were not fully integrated into the classroom are now successfully integrated for the majority of lessons

    School trips and extra-curricular activities are accessible to all children

    Children who in previous years have not been able to access end of term and year tests have done so this year

  • Policies

    Our policies can be found on the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Reading Lists

    We have compiled a reading book list for each year group. They have been compiled by our teaching teams and is designed to complement our curriculum while challenging and engaging pupils. Our School library stock many of these books but not all.

    The list, with descriptions, can be found under the Curriculum tab - click on a year and select English on the drop down menu.

  • Religious Education

    We regard Religious Education as very important in the life of our school. Every child is expected to adopt a Christian attitude which encourages a happy and caring atmosphere. The discovery of a living faith in God can be a source of tremendous comfort and security in a world where moral and spiritual values are constantly changing.

     The syllabus is set by the Diocese of Guildford and has much in common with the current Hampshire agreed syllabus. The clergy of Fleet and Church Crookham visit the school regularly to take assemblies and to lead special services. Parents have the right to request their child's withdrawal from acts of Religious Education.

  • Safeguarding

    At All Saints we are fully committed to our children’s safety in school.

    •  All visitors and parents must come into school by the main entrance only. Please sign in and take a Visitors’ Badge.
    •  Side gates and doors will be locked from 8:50 am each morning.
    •  Children leaving for appointments during the school must be signed out at reception by an adult.
    •  All volunteer helpers in school must hold a current DBS certificate.
    •  All children in after-school clubs should be collected from either the back playground if they have attended an inside activity or the gate by 6KH if they have attended an outside activity.
    •  Please do not park in the disabled bay unless you are authorised to do so.
    •  If your child has been absent from school due to illness, please ensure that they are fully recovered before sending them back to school.
  • SATs Results

    Our SATs results can be found Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu.

  • School Day

    Morning session: 8.45am to 12noon

    Afternoon session: 1.00pm to 3.15pm

     

    Children must not arrive at school before 8.30am unless they are attending the Breakfast Club. 

    The school gates and school office open at 8:30 am and school starts at 8:45 am. Please drop children off at the gates to walk in by themselves. This helps to develop their independence and there are always staff on duty around the school site.

    Children are permitted into their classroom to work quietly if they so wish.

    School finishes at 3:15 pm and all children should be collected at the school gate at this time unless they are attending an after school club or are booked into Koosa Kids. If parents are collecting siblings from another school, their children may wait in 6KH until 3.30. We are unable to supervise children beyond this time.

     

  • SEND Information

    The SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities)  Information Report can be found Information and Reports page in the Information drop down menu. Click here to go to the Hampshire Local Offer webpage.

  • Sex Education, PSHE and Citizenship

    We believe that the children’s social, emotional and spiritual development is key to a successful education and therefore, PHSE and Citizenship permeate our curriculum. Through these vital areas, we aim to help our children grow in confidence, form lasting friendships, reject any form of bullying and learn about healthy lifestyles.

    The school governors have decided that, as part of the broader spectrum of personal and social education, sex education will be included within a carefully planned health education programme. Our approach is to help children to understand ‘growing up’ and we teach sex education in the context of family life and moral values. Parents will be informed and invited to view any educational videos before they are shown to the children.

  • Term Dates

    2017 - 2018

     

    Autumn Term

    Monday 4th September to Thursday 21st December

    Half Term Monday 23rd October to Friday 27th October

     

    Spring Term

    Thursday 4th January to Thursday 29th March

    Half Term Monday 12th February to Friday 16th February

     

    Summer Term

    Monday 16th April to Friday 20th July

    Half Term Monday 28th May to Friday 1st June

     

    INSET Days : Sept 16th, October 21st, Jan 3rd, Feb 17th and May 26th

     

    Term Dates for Hampshire schools can also be found on the Hampshire website. Click here to go there.

  • Transfer to Secondary School

    The majority of children at All Saints will continue their education at either Calthorpe Park or Court Moor School. Close links are maintained with these schools, thereby helping the children to make a smooth transition.

    Prior to the transfer of children to the secondary stage, parents of all children concerned will receive a booklet prepared by the Assistant County Education Officer, outlining the provisions for secondary education in the area.

    Should you be undecided on the choice of school for your child, the Headteacher would be happy to discuss the options open to you.

    Click on a name to go to that school's website...

     

    Local Hampshire maintained schools:

    Calthorpe Park Secondary School  

    Court Moor Secondary School

    Robert May’s school

    Cove Secondary

     

    Local Independent schools:

    Farnborough Hill

    St Nicholas School

    Salesian College

    Lord Wandsworth College

  • Travelling to School

    Children are encouraged to walk to school, but should they be brought by car, you are requested to park safely and be careful not to block the driveways of private houses. In particular you must not park at the crossroads of Lea Wood Road, Merivale, The Lea or on the approach road to the school gates.

    We need to ensure the children's safety and because parking space is limited within the school grounds, we request that parents do not bring their cars on to the school site, especially at the beginning and end of the school day.

    Cycling Safety training is available for Year 6 children at various times of the year.

    Our Travel Plan Policy can be found on the Policies page in the Information drop down menu.

  • Uniform

    Please ensure that all items are clearly named.

     

    Our school uniform can be purchased from Brenda’s Schoolwear from their shop in Camberley -

    130 Frimley Road, Camberley, GU15 2QN Telephone 01276 469697

    or online at Brenda's website -  Click here to go there

    or email steve@brendas.co.uk

     

    Girls:

    Black flat school shoes,

    white socks,

    red school sweatshirt or red V-neck jumper or cardigan,

    grey knee-length skirt or grey uniform style trousers,

    white blouse,

    school tie.

    In the summer term the girls may wear red/white checked or striped dresses with a red cardigan. Alternatively, they may wear an All Saints polo shirt without a tie, and a grey skirt or trousers.

     

    Boys:

    Black flat school shoes,

    grey socks,

    red school sweatshirt or red V-neck pullover,

    grey trousers or shorts,

    white shirt and

    school tie.

     In the summer term, boys may wear an All Saints polo shirt without a tie, and grey trousers or shorts.

     

    PE/Games wear

    On entry to the school, every child is made a member of one of the six houses: Romans (blue), Vikings (green), Saxons (yellow), Normans (red). The colour of the sports T-shirt will be the child's house colour. Children will also need a pair of plain black shorts, a pair of plimsolls or trainers, a track suit in winter and a soft PE bag in which to keep their kit, which should remain in school except during holidays.

     

    Art and Craft overall

    An art and craft overall is necessary and can be made from an old shirt with sleeves cut down and elasticated at the cuff.

     

    Jewellery

    Jewellery is not permitted except for one pair of small stud earrings which must be removed before PE.

     

    Hair

    Children whose hair is shoulder length or longer must keep it tied back at all times. This applies equally to boys and girls.

  • Useful Addresses

    Diocesan Director of Education
    Education Centre,
    The Cathedral, Guildford, 
    Surrey GU2 5UP
    Tel: 01483 450423

     

     Hampshire Children’s Services
    The Castle, Winchester,
    Hampshire, S023 8UG
    Tel: 01962 846452

     

    Children’s Services Local Office
    Birch House, Barley Way,
    Ancells Farm Business Park,
    Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 2YB
    Tel: 01252 812333

  • Useful Websites

    Here are some links to web pages that may be useful for you.

    Hampshire School Dinners

    Hampshire Dinner Menus

    Hampshire School holidays

    On Line Payments for more information go to the Payments section in FAQ

    Education City

    DB Primary

    Local Secondary Schools

    Ofsted

    Koosa Kids

    Brenda's School Wear
     

  • Values

    At All Saints, we have six ‘Olympic Legacy’ values. These were chosen by staff and pupils in the summer term of 2012 after we had done some work on the Olympic and Paralympic values.

     They are:  Love  Joy   Excellence  Perseverance  Community  Equality

    We aim to live our values in our everyday lives and in our Monday assemblies we celebrate children who have demonstrated the values. Our Guardian Angels, who are peer mentors, are the Guardians of the Values and help others to show them throughout the school day. Our curriculum has been designed with our values in mind.

    See our Values page on the tab menu.

     

    Steps to Awesomeness

    Our steps to awesomeness programme fits in with our school values. It is a wellbeing programme designed to help children grow in confidence, self-esteem, self-efficacy and happiness!

    The eight steps are: Kindness   Appreciation   Positivity   Courage    Goals    Exercise    Participation    Service

    It is based on research into what makes us happy and takes the form of a booklet which children complete at bronze, silver and gold levels. Once they have competed the steps, they receive an ‘awesome’ badge to wear on their uniform.

     

    British Values

    The Department for Education states that there is a need:

    “To create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs”.

    The Department for Education defines British Values as follows:

    •Respect for democracy and support or participation in the democratic process

    •Respect for the basis on which the law is made and applies in England

    •Support for equality of opportunity for all

    •Support and respect for the liberties of all within the law

    •Respect for and tolerance of different faiths and religious and other beliefs

     

    All Saints we believe that we reflect British values in all that we do.  Through the curriculum and a whole range and variety of extra-curricular activities and events, we encourage our children to be creative, unique, hardworking, open-minded and independent individuals, respectful of themselves and of others in our school, our local community, the UK community and the wider world.

     

    We actively prepare children for life in modern Britain in the following ways:

    Democracy

    All children are encouraged to explore and express their views on a variety of topics through the curriculum.  We have a school council which is consulted on meaningful issues for the school and children’s views are regularly sought through pupil conferencing and surveys.

    The principle of democracy is explored in the curriculum as well as during assemblies and special days.  Issues such as the Scottish referendum and the general election are discussed in assemblies as well as in class.

    Rule of Law

    School rules and expectations are clear. There are charters in each classroom which children discuss and sign up to. The discussions help children to understand that rules are there to govern and protect us and that everyone has a responsibility to abide by them. If the rules are broken, the traffic light system for behaviour management is used. This is clearly displayed in all classrooms.

    Children enjoy visits from authorities such as the Police, Fire Service, Safer Hart team etc. to help reinforce the that living under the rule of law is essential for their own wellbeing and safety.

    Individual Liberty

    Within school, pupils are actively encouraged, and given the freedom to make choices, knowing that they are in a safe and supportive environment. There are a range of extra-curricular clubs and opportunities which children are actively encouraged to try through our Steps to Awesomeness programme.

    ‘I Can’ projects in class, Steps to Awesomeness, e-safety teaching, PSHE lessons, the school values and assemblies based on Christian values are all examples of how children are supported to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence.

    Through our use of the RRR agenda, children are encouraged to know, understand and exercise their rights and personal freedoms and to respect those of others.

    Vulnerable pupils are protected and stereotypes challenged.  A strong anti-bullying culture is embedded in the school and any form of bullying is challenged and addressed.  The school governing body is taking an active role in this.

    Mutual Respect and Tolerance of Those with Different Faiths and Beliefs

    All Saints is a Christian school for children of all faiths and none.

    Equality and community are two of our core values. Children understand that our local, national and global communities are made up of people with a range of beliefs and ways of life. This diversity is something we celebrate.

    We are a Right Respecting School and children know and understand that they are expected to show respect to everyone, adults and children.

    We have a link with Latymer All Saints School in London which promotes children’s understanding of diversity within the UK.

    Our Learning Through Friendship project linking us with a school in The Gambia helps children to acquire a deep understanding of, and respect for, other cultures and ways of life.

    Children also learn about different faiths and cultures through the curriculum. Members of different denominations faiths, philosophies or religions are invited to school to share their knowledge and enhance learning within assemblies and in class.