Welcome from Head Teacher

Christian Vision
 
The Christian Vision for our school underpins and influences everything we do and is as follows:

‘Working Together, Valuing Everyone, Learning for Life’

The biblical basis for this vision is: Luke 10:25-37 The Parable of the Good Samaritan

This parable underpins our ethos of love, respect, acceptance, religious tolerance, attitudes to people who are 'different', compassion, who is a 'neighbour'  (including our global neighbours) and how we should we treat others.

At All Saints’ we live out Christian values, with them being at the heart of everything we do; they shape the way in which we guide our children to become good citizens. We aim to develop ‘aspirational lifelong learning’ within a nurturing environment where everyone is valued and respected.



 
Welcome to our website; we hope it will help keep you fully informed about what is going on at All Saints' Church of England Junior School.

In May 2018, Ofsted graded All Saints' as a 'GOOD' school overall, with an 'OUTSTANDING' grading for Personal Development, Behaviour and Welfare.

We were pleased that the inspection recognised many of the key strengths of school, particulary the work we carry out to support and nurture your children:

'The school's work to promote pupils' personal development and welfare is outstanding. The school has established a strong positive ethos that pupils are proud of and that is reflected in their positive attitudes in school.
Relationships between all adults and pupils are outstanding.
The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. At all times in the school day, pupils conduct themselves in an exemplary manner. Pupils' movement from classroom to classroom, between lessons and outdoors is a pleasure to see.
Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a strength of the school and embedded throughout the curriculum. The quality of singing is exceptional and very moving.
Pupils' attitudes to learning are exceptional. Pupils have a strong desire to learn and show great resilience when challenged."
 
These Ofsted observations  follow the findings of our SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) inspection in February 2016, which graded All Saints' as an OUTSTANDING church school (see the Church school section of this website for further information).

Our federation with Emscote Infant school  enables the two schools to work together very closely, developing good relationships with parents while greatly improving the smooth transition of pupils between the two schools.  

We see ourselves as a team and every member is valued for the contributions they make. You are or will be part of that community and we very much look forward to working in partnership with you.

Yours sincerely,
 
Mrs Sandra Sutherland   
Associate Headteacher