On Tuesday the 14th of April 2015, the whole of yr3/4 set of on the trip to London. The trip started our topic of MEGASTRUCTURES! As we entered London we were all amazed by the colossal, magnificent buildings such as the Gherkin, the Shard and many more. St. Paul’s...Read More
Yr5 and Yr2 enjoyed A fantastic day at Central Park School in Newham yesterday. Our Y2’s went on a bus journey, on the DLR and on the underground. Yr5’s enjoyed a food tasting session, sampling some delicious Chinese food, before venturing out into the local area to ask the...Read More
We qualified for the final!! Well done...Read More
Please come along to our meeting on Thursday 16th April to find out more about our exciting plans for the new outdoor learning area. It starts at 7pm in the school hall. We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible. Thank you Mrs...Read More
We have just published the Spring Term 2015 Governors’ newsletter. Please take a look to find out what we have been doing recently. Click here for a direct link to the Spring Term 2015 newsletter. We hope you find this interesting and informative, please do let us know if...Read More
We are delighted to have received our Church School Inspection Report and to have been judged as OUTSTANDING! We have always been extremely proud of our school and we pride ourselves on the popularity and good reputation that All Saints’ enjoys. As a school that strives for...Read More
Ofsted report, November 2012
‘Every Child Shines’
Our welcoming Christian School is a special place. Children are nurtured to become aspirational and responsible individuals, seizing opportunities to use their God-given talents and abilities to make a positive contribution to the world.
All Saints’ Primary is a school where every child really is allowed to shine. We pride ourselves on the enthusiasm, skill and commitment of our dedicated team. The school has a long relationship of care and achievement based on an historic association with the Parish Church of All Saints’.