Class 6.2 help us understand why Rosa Parks is an important figure in Black History.
The first of our class assemblies falling within Black History Month. The focus here is on musicians of African and Caribbean heritage.
This is a recording of the Open Morning we held on 16.11.2020 for prospective parents. It comprises a presentation by Mr Rhodes, the Headteacher, a short video which introduces parents to the school, our wonderful children and their work and closes with a Q&A session. Once you've had the opportunity to watch this through and have further questions, please contact us via the School Office. Our plan is that, once the lockdown ends on 2nd December, we will be re-opening the school to COVID-friendly tours.
Mr Rhodes and the Senior Leadership Team present a short video about our wonderful school and the work we do here.
Complete with technical glitches - and a final goodbye to a fantastic group of children. Wishing them and their families every happiness in the future, knowing they'll take a little bit of All Saints with them for the years to come. Keep safe; stay happy; be kind.
A box of Kleenex may be needed while viewing. Other tissue brands are available.
Includes action scenes for people of a nervous disposition.
Fr Jeremy leads us through the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul, which falls at the end of June and usually coincides with our CommUNITY Celebration Day. While the coronavirus might have stopped the CommUNITY Day celebrations, it has not stopped Fr Jeremy. Take a few minutes to listen to and consider his words.
Fr Jeremy talks through the colours of the Christian seasons and what they symbolise.
In March 2020, the world was hit by the coronavirus pandemic. Social gatherings were prohibited, schools were closed as were places of worship. While we could not undertake our usual Easter celebration, as performed by Year 4, Fr Jeremy was still able to leave us a message for the Easter season.
Have a biome tour of the coastal seas and high seas (oceans). Discover the wildlife species and the problems they face due to human activity. Think about how we can play a role in creating a more sustainable future through our own actions locally.
Have a biome tour of the grasslands, also known as: prairies, steppes, meadows, savanna or pampas. Grasslands support huge numbers of grazing animals, many of which are constantly on the move travelling long distances to graze on fresh grass. As the world population has grown more grasslands have converted to farmland causing conflicts for the wildlife. Discover sustainable farming methods and how we can help through our own actions locally.