We are committed in school to developing our practice and evidencing the fantastic work that goes on. The learning awards we have been awarded or are working towards are highlighted here.
Our Artsmark journey evidences the vast range of Arts and Music that we take part in at All Saints. From choirs to rock bands, from theatre visits to poetry in forest school, we want to offer an outlet for creativity wherever we can. We use our Arts Hub as a centre for a range of creative activities.
We are an inclusive school and have high expectations for every child. Our new SEND facility exemplifies this and we are committed to supporting every child make progress against their own targets.
With our free after school clubs, free sports clubs and healthy school lunches, we want to model healthy lifestyles to our children at every opportunity. Every year, our Health and Wellbeing week incorporates a range of visitors, activities and visits so we can grow healthy and happy citizens for the future.
We have achieved our Primary Science Quality Mark as an acknowledgement of how important science is in the modern world. We are committed to excellence in science teaching and learning. Children are engaging with great science in and outside the classroom, developing positive attitudes and securing scientific understanding and skills.
We are a Forest School with a dedicated Forest School Leader and every child takes part, from nursery to Year 6. Being outdoors and working as a team has huge benefits to us all and we like to invite parents to take part as well.
The Rainbow Flag Award is a national quality assurance framework for primary schools, secondary schools, SEND schools and colleges. The award focuses on positive LGBT+, (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, plus other related identities), inclusion and visibility.
The Rainbow Flag Award encourages a whole school approach to LGBT+ inclusion, as well as developing strategies to effectively challenge and combat LGBTphobic bullying.
We are School Games GOLD School! We aim to compete wherever possible and involve all children in representing the school. The School Games Mark acknowledges schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. Participating in this process allows us to continually evaluate our PE provision and develop an action plan for future progress. 90% of children on our SEND register represented the school in 2021/22 and over 70% of Key Stage 2.
Thrive promotes children’s and young people’s positive mental health by helping adults know how to be supportive and know what to do in response to their differing and sometimes distressed behaviour. We run this intervention in school to support children who may be going through a difficult period in their lives.
The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) works with schools in the UK to create safe and inspiring places to learn, where children are respected, their talents are nurtured and they are able to thrive. Our Rights Respecting Schools Award embeds these values in daily school life and gives children the best chance to lead happy, healthy lives and to be responsible, active citizens.