At All Saints’ we measure achievements in many different ways. As well as academic success, we value the importance of celebrating the development of all learners at all stages in different ways. We believe that the holistic development of children is essential in equipping them with the tools to be successful in later life and future education. Achievement of all children is of paramount importance to us at All Saints’
Our children’s achievements are celebrated in many ways. Displays in and around school show children’s written work across a wide range of subjects; art and design; photographs of sporting; musical and other achievements. House point charts and sticker charts show how children’s behaviour and attitude to learning are rewarded.
Every week we hold an achievers assembly in which children are given presented with a Head teacher’s award for their achievements that week. Achievements are also celebrated in our weekly newsletters and in the parish magazine.
Cross Country Competition
Huge congratulations to all the children who took part in the cross country competition at Westfield. The whole team did brillianlty and we are very proud of you. Well done to the Y4/5 girls and Y6 boys for getting through to the finals in May and well done to Isabella Hart for winning the year 5 race.
Huge congratulations to the children who took part in the small school’s swimming gala this week. You all swam brilliantly and worked so hard. Your team work and efforts were amazing. You really deserved to pick up the winners trophy at the end of the gala.
Well done all.
We have many talented writers at All Saints’ Primary School.
Click on the links to read the stories or poems by our children.