All Saints School Vision & Values
BUILD RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS
PROVIDE EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY
CREATE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT
ARE CHILD CENTRED
HAVE HIGH EXPECTATIONS
ARE FRIENDLY & FUN
SHOW A PASSION FOR LEARNING
ARE A CARING CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY
ENJOY GOING TO SCHOOL
Our Christian values underpin all aspects of our school life promoting an environment of tolerance, acceptance and understanding. We promote an ethos of respect and empathy, where diversity is valued and celebrated – both within school and the wider world.
To encourage a love of learning we celebrate perseverance, resilience and risk taking, ensuring children welcome challenge and are not frightened to make mistakes. Children are praised for hard work, determination and for having a positive attitude.
All Saints prides itself on creating a supportive, friendly and safe environment. As a one-form entry school, strong relationships are built that help all staff to respond to the needs of the children.
Through strong governor support, detailed planning, regular monitoring and peer reviews, we ensure that high quality creative teaching is a key priority.
It is our aim for all children to leave All Saints as independent learners with self-belief, a respect for others and a strong grounding for future success.
The school was founded in the 1850's by the Church of England as part of Hockerill Teachers' Training College. The separate boys' and girls' schools were closed down in the early 1960's when the new combined school was built on its present site in Parsonage Lane.
All Saints is a one-form entry school. There are seven classrooms in the main school plus a purpose built nursery unit. The school is fortunate to have a large main hall, dining hall, library, smaller purpose built teaching rooms and an extensive playing field.
In May 2014, a full Ofsted Inspection was carried out and the school received a very good report. A copy of the report can be found on our website. We were very pleased with the outcome of the inspection. The report acknowledged not only the very good academic results but states that the school provides outstanding care for its pupils.
Parents are very welcome to visit the school and should ring the school office to arrange an appointment.