The last of this term: Mr Rhodes considers the fable of the Oak and the Reed.
An extra assembly from Mr Rhodes for this week, with some important news for everyone.
What lessons can Anansi the spider give us regarding endurance?
Are we as fair as we can be? What does fairness look like? How does this all link to endurance? Find out in today's assembly!
Year 3 present a COVID-19 friendly version of their 2020 nativity. Traditionally, Year 3 presents their nativity at All Saints church for both the school community and parents to share. Unfortunately, the pandemic has meant that we could not use the church but, instead, the Year 3 team have filmed what they would have presented and here is the result for everyone to enjoy. Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen: Miss Matthews, Miss Thandi and Mr Thomas, together with Mrs Klinker and Mrs Sawle.
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.
As we are about to embark on the Easter break, Fr Jeremy explains the story that lies at the heart of Christian belief. March 2021
Courtesy of Fr Jeremy and his team.
Lesson Objectives: I can create a detailed summary of the Princess and the Pea traditional tale. I can summarise a traditional tale. I know what a traditional tale is.
This live session looked at whether we should trust or check different scenarios on the internet. It was largely discussion based with pupils listening to each others opinions with lots of interactive parts.
This is the first live maths session and the second on our maths unit of measuring. Today we focussed on metres and aimed to predict whether objects were greater than or less than a metre. Pupils completed activities throughout the video and then were able to apply their measuring knowledge after the session also.
This was the first of our circle time activities where children brought a book with them and shared it with the class. It was the first time that pupils have been able to see each other in a live session since December. Mr Thomas ended the circle time with a reflective poem and also informed about future live sessions.
This is the full video of the presentation. CAUTION: on a few occasions people at home are heard talking over the speaker and, at one point, the language appears inappropriate. Consequently, parents are strongly advised not to share this with their children.
The full presentation made to Year 2 parents, briefing them on how the school will handle the transition into All Saints and Year 3.