A number of children were selected to take part in The Primary Panathlon Competition which took place at Riddlesdwon Collegiate on Monday 12th November. The children had an amazing time taking part in lots of different activities such as football, basketball scoring points for their team. We are very proud of all that took part,…
Our Year six children recently embarked on an amazing team building Residential Trip to Carroty Wood. Carroty Wood residential centre is situated just outside Tonbridge, Kent in the heart of the Garden of England. The activity centre is enclosed in 58 acres of mature woodland with plenty of natural habitat and wildlife for groups and families…
Year 4 Tigers and Year 5 Pandas gave a fantastic Samba Drumming performance to parents and children on 15th October. They have been working with Beat Goes On this term and learning how to play some complicated samba beats and rhythms using traditional samba instruments such as snare and surdo drums, tamborims, agogo bells and ganzas. It…
On Wednesday the 3rd of October 2018, All Saints had their MASS HARVEST REFLECTIVE SERVICE. Children received Communion, whiles others happily received blessings from Father Leonard the Priest of All Saints Church. We took a few pictures on the day, which can be seen in the gallery below. Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view.
Today we celebrated the Harvest festival at All Saints Church, led by Father Leonard. The children sang and gave thanks. All donations will go to Manna Day Centre. We took some pictures of the service, which can be seen in the gallery below. Please click on the thumbnails below for a larger view.
Year 6 had a first good nights of sleep. Historical learning at Corfe Castle, Sea life knowledge at the Oceanarium and sunning themselves on the beach. Everyone is enjoying this amazing trip. We took a few pictures, which can be seen in the gallery below. Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view.
Dear Parents, All Saints Primary School will be celebrating St George’s Day on Monday 23rd April 2018. On this day, children are permitted to wear anything red and white or any clothes relating to St George. We look forward to seeing you all on Monday!
We will be celebrating World Book Day on Friday 9th March. Please encourage your child to dress as a book character and bring in their 3D books and a book for ‘Book Swap’.
Our Year 1 Children enjoyed a day of dressing up, jousting, juggling, archery and Medieval dancing to continue their themed learning.
Year 6 went to the Imperial War Museum this week which ties in with their learning of ‘Rebuilding Britain after World War II.’ The children were enthralled with the exhibitions and the tours and interested and surprised to see how people in Britain lived during those difficult times.