At All Saints Voluntary Aided Catholic Primary School our school life is based on Christian Values. We recognise and respond to the needs of the whole child and develop each child’s potential as an individual, with staff who have high expectations and who encourage children to become independent, resilient, and well-motivated individuals.
We develop happy, fulfilled, well-educated and confident children in a secure, caring, disciplined environment with our Faith as the focus of our actions. We place great emphasis on forming each child to become a valuable member of the school community. Discipline and moral values are based on the Christian message. Children are taught to care for each other and mutual respect is paramount.
Many visitors to the school comment on the warm welcome they receive and the politeness of our pupils.
Our school covenant of ‘learning together in a caring, sharing, loving environment’ is always evident and is central to the development of each pupil and to affirming the importance of every pupil’s dignity and worth.
Education is a partnership between home, school and parish so we positively encourage and promote the participation of parents in the learning process and in the life of our school. Parents are welcome partners in the education of their child and in the development of our school family.
We offer a range of extra-curricular activities, which include the opportunity to learn a musical instrument, sing in the choir, participate in a range of sporting activities and contribute to the local community.
All Saints School is a Roman Catholic School, and welcomes children who are both Catholic or of other faiths or no faith. We are happy to provide an opportunity for prospective parents to visit our school and experience for themselves the calm, welcoming Christian ethos and work ethics and show them the facilities that All Saints can offer their child.
The Governing Body are keen to foster all aspects of school life and are particularly interested in the maintaining of high standards of work and personal behaviour set in the context of our Catholic Faith.
Mrs J. K. Jones BEd. (Hons.) NPQH (Headteacher)
Mrs J. Lewis (Chair of Governors)