It's Roald Dahl Day - find out how his work links to our shared value of trust. We also have full details this week of our attendance award and merit points. Finally, four Year 6 children are about to find out that they are the Head Children are for this academic year. Exciting!
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.
This video contains the whole presentation to Yr 2 parents/carers to welcome them and their children into our school community. If there are any further questions please contact the School Office by phone or email, or direct message Mr Rhodes using ClassDojo. We look forward to you joining the All Saints family.
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.