All Saints is a small rural primary school where a love of learning is promoted within a safe and happy environment and in which every person matters. Christian values and spirituality are at the heart of all aspects of school life.
We believe that working in partnership with parents, carers, governors, and our local parish community is critical to ensuring our success. A family atmosphere is fostered within which children feel confident to express their individuality, their talents and know that success in any aspect of their lives will be rewarded and celebrated. We are passionate that the school flourishes by providing a positive and stimulating learning environment created by caring and dedicated staff, which results in excellent progress for all our learners.
‘Pupils are encouraged and supported extremely well in striving to be the best they can and their achievements are celebrated within the whole school community’ SIAMS 2014
‘Parents and governors are very positive about the school’s teaching and care provision, describing the school as a welcoming family where their ideas and concerns are always listened to and considered.’ SIAMS 2014
Why not pay us a visit to experience the welcoming ethos of our school? Discover for yourself how our confident and inquisitive children are challenged and nurtured as they develop learning skills enabling them to achieve their best. Be reassured that your child is very important and that, alongside their education, ensuring their welfare and safety is our priority.
‘Pupils are very courteous, respectful and highly co-operative. They behave very well across the school at all times.’ Ofsted November 2014
‘Behaviour is outstanding both in lessons and outside of the classrooms. Pupils with special educational needs make especially good progress due to the care taken by the school in addressing their individual needs.’ SIAMS 2014
It is our vision that the children who leave All Saints are happy, successful, articulate, aspirational and empathetic young people, eager for the next stage of learning and ready to make a valued contribution to society.
I look forward to meeting you,
Anne Crumpler - Head Teacher
‘Teachers have high expectations of pupils. Pupils of different abilities, including the most able are given well pitched work that challenges them appropriately. This ensures that pupils learn well in the school’s mixed year classes.’ Ofsted November 2014