What do people say about us?

 Parents say...

“The school generates a positive approach to learning in a mutually respectful environment where all feel valued.”



“All Saints provides a caring, friendly, professional commitment to learning.”




“Our son’s progress is a credit to the school and teachers. We are over the moon with his achievements. He has enjoyed his time at All Saints and will always have great memories.”           



“We are very happy with the way the school delivers the curriculum and places importance on the education of the whole child, not just academic progress.”   



“Parents are fully involved in the life of the school. The school communicates      well and provides quality information”      





“My child has been inspired by the learning themes”  

“Good, safe surroundings. Good interaction between headteacher, teachers and children. Definite improvement in support learning tools available. My child really enjoys school, learning, surroundings, friends and teachers - a real credit to all the teachers and leadership at the school.”



“My son always comes out of school happy having had a brilliant day. We love the Christian Ethos and the range of activities the children do.”



“Thank you for all the effort from all the teachers during our daughter’s years at All Saints. She has enjoyed her time here.  We endeavour to ‘Seek God in all we do’ as a family and you have played a great part in making it possible”


Staff say...

“Creativity pervades the school.”




“There is a very strong and consistent focus on Christian values. The school's mission statement 'Seeking God in all we do', underpins every aspect of its work, so that all members of the community are valued, cared for and supported”


“Pupils learn in a happy calm, friendly atmosphere.”



“Pupils have extremely positive attitudes to learning... They gain confidence in a nurturing environment with high expectations and, as a result, are well prepared academically and socially for their next steps in education .”



 Ofsted says...

(OfSTED Inspection Report November 2019)

“Leaders are ambitious for pupils and want them to achieve the very best. The school’s strong Christian ethos and vision of ‘Seeking God in all we do’ is at the centre of all learning..”                                                                              

“Learning encourages pupils’ creativity, so      that school develops the ‘whole person’.”                                                                              

“Teachers work hard to make their lessons interesting, so that pupils want to learn.  Pupils enjoy lessons and say learning is fun. Teachers make learning as practical as possible. Teachers focus on ‘doing’ rather than listening.”


“Pupils achieve well in reading, writing and mathematics.”



“Pupils at All Saints feel happy and safe. From Reception, pupils’ personal development is a priority. The school goes above and beyond to help, so that all pupils do well.”                                                                                                                         


"The content of the subjects that pupils study has been carefully considered. Pupils get a good all-round experience of the different subjects..”



“Leaders prioritise reading and this is evident in older pupils’ love of books.”





Pupils of all ages have very positive attitudes to their learning.”




‘Pupils are given opportunities to find things out for themselves. Learning outdoors provides occasions for pupils to apply skills practically.’  



“Work is set at the right level for pupils of differing abilities. Extra help is given to those pupils who find learning more difficult.”


“Pupils of all ages have very positive attitudes to their learning. Misbehaviour is rare because lessons are interesting and pupils want to learn.”      

 SIAMS says... 

(Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools - October 2016)

“Biblical values are the foundation of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural education.

They lead to a captivating curriculum which lights the imagination of staff and children

and contributes to high achievement.”


“Memorable experiences in worship and Religious Education enable children to explore their own faith and the faith of others.”

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