All Saints' C of E Primary School

Headteacher: Mrs M Robinson | Phone: 01943 607 852 | Email :

Our Christian Values:

Hopeful school through honesty, forgiveness and trust; Achieving school through resilience, respect and ambition; Nurturing school through care, compassion and friendships; Developing school through wisdom, faith and fun; Sharing school through kindness, celebration and love

Curriculum Statement

At All Saints’ Church of England Primary School, our enriched curriculum enables all children to thrive as individuals and deepen their curiosity as global citizens. By learning hand in hand together with God, every child is recognised as a unique learner. We celebrate and welcome diversity within our school family.

Through our school values:

Hopeful learners through honesty, forgiveness and trust
Achieving learners through resilience, respect and ambition
Nurturing learners through care, compassion and friendships
Developing learners through wisdom, faith and fun
Sharing learners through kindness, celebration and love

…we provide the children with the essential skills and knowledge to be aspirational, successful and resilient learners.

Children leave All Saints’ with a strong sense of belonging, with confidence for today and beyond.

Early Years (Age 0 – 5 – i.e. applicable to reception classes at All Saints’)

Learning and development covers the seven key areas of learning within the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), which are:

  • personal, social and emotional development
  • communication and language
  • physical development
  • literacy
  • mathematics
  • understanding the world
  • expressive arts and design

Key Stage 1 and 2 (Age 5 – 11)

 Key Stage 1Key Stage 2
Age5 - 77 - 11
Year groups1 - 23 - 6
Core Subjects
Foundation Subjects
Art and Designxx
Design and Technologyxx
Physical Educationxx

For more information about the national curriculum, please visit:

New National Curriculum 2014: Guide for Parents

PSHE Education Programme (Key Stages 1-2)  and New Spiral Curriculum

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