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  • All the Children Performing Michael Rosen Poetry

    Published 18/04/18

    Starting on World Book Day the children started studying Poetry, in particular Michael Roosen's poetry. This resulted in the children learning about writing their own poetry and also meeting an author. They then all studied by year group a different one of Michael Rosen's Poems, which you can see them all performing.

    At All Saints' we think teaching poetry to children is important for their development. Poetry helps in language development, creative language skills, creativity, writing skills, self-expression, and in the development of natural rhythms. 

    Watch all their Video Performances here

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  • Filip Drabek wins 3rd place in the Merton Primary Schools Swimming Gala Final!

    Published 22/03/18

    He competed in the Year 5 Boys Backstroke and  did extremely well, it was a close run race and he was just pipped at the finishing line into 3rd place. This was part of the Merton Primary Schools Swimming Gala Finals, which took place on Friday March 16th at Morden Park Pool.

    We are all really proud of Filip, he received a medal and certificate.

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  • Seeking an Outstanding Teacher and a EYFS Teaching Assistant Passionate about Nursery!

    Published 14/03/18

    The Governors and Headteacher of All Saints’ CofE Primary School Primary would like to appoint qualified, talented and enthusiastic class teacher, for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 to join our friendly school in South Wimbledon. This is an excellent opportunity to join our vibrant, well-resourced school as we continue our journey forward.

    We are also looking for a EYFS Teaching Assistant for our outstanding Nursery.

    FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THESE GREAT OPPORTUNITIES

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  • Friday 2 March - School is open as usual today, please enter via usual side gate at Haydons Road or via the main gate for Hanover Road.

    Published 01/03/18
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  • Help your children learn their Times Tables at home

    Published 21/02/18

    We held a Parent Workshop this week on how we teach Times Tables at All Saints' Primary School, in order to give parents ideas on how to practice them at home. Please feel free to download the presentation we showed with all the tips below.

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  • Friendship Week and Michael Rosen Tweet!

    Published 08/02/18

    This week is Friendship Week at All Saints' and it was lovely to see year 6 write some spontaneous poetry for fun! One of our Assistant Head Teachers Hannah Clarke tweeted Michael Rosen some of the poetry and the children were very happy to know he had tweeted back his encouragement to them.

    March 1st is World Book Day - This year as part of World Book Day the children will be studying the poetry of Michael Rosen. We will be launching a poetry competition on the day. Children will have 2 weeks of studying different types of poetry by Michael Rosen. The children can write the poem either at home or at school and the winners will be announced the week commencing 19th March. there is a KS1 and a KS2 prize of a signed Michael Rosen poetry book.

    The children will all be performing their poetry during assembly during the 2 weeks and we hope to film it and upload it to the website to share with parents.

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  • Spring Class Newsletters, Clubs and Term Dates

    Published 15/01/18

    In case you missed these important leters from your children's book bags you can download copies below. 

    1. Class Spring Term Newsletters - Download a copy here - NurseryReceptionYear 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6.
    2. A copy of Mr Park's Head Teacher's Spring Newsletter Download here
    3. A copy of the Important Dates for the Spring Term. Download here
    4. There will be some after School Clubs available for your child to join this term on Mondays and Tuesdays Art and Multisport. Book here
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  • Childrens Christmas Shop

    Published 05/12/17

    The annual Christmas shop for children is opening its doors Wednesday 6th December - Friday 8th December.  This is one of the most popular events of the year run by the PTFA (Parent Teacher Family Association) to raise much needed extra funds for the School.

    This year, the children will have ONE OPPORTUNITY to visit the shop with their class, to buy Christmas presents for their family. There will be a variety of gifts ranging from £1 - £5 per item, with the majority around £2.50 each.

    Please note the day your child’s class will visit the shop so you can give them money to buy presents and avoid disappointment. Please put money in a SEALED ENVELOPE with your child’s name on it and include a list of people your child is buying gifts for.

    Wednesday 6th December

    Year 2 Delphinus

    Year 1 Tucana

    Year 6 Volantis

    Reception Columba

    Nursery children with their Parent/s

    Thursday 7th December

    Year 1 Chamaeleon

    Year 5 Hydrus

    Year 4 Lynx

    Year 3 Phoenix

    Year 3 Equuleus

    Nursery Children with their parent/s

    Friday 8th December

    Year 2 Centaurus

    Reception Pegasus

    Year 6 Cygnus

    Year 4 Aquila

    Nursery Children with parent/s

    Welcome to Family Christmas Event on Friday after School at 3.20pm  

    On Friday afternoon for the first time ever the Christmas shop will be open to everyone at the Haydons road site. On top of the opportunity to buy some fantastic presents at great prices we will also have other stalls and attractions in the hall including:

    • Christmas Raffle with fantastic prizes including: Wine, Hair Cut and Blow Dry at Vanity Hair & Beauty, 12-month Subscription to Yogaia, Pottery Café Voucher, Professional Photoshoot at Vasko Photography, Miss May’s Cakes, Jewellery by Inspire Rocks, Pamper Kits, Handmade Crochet Unicorn or Dragon by Sarah, Dance Addictions- dance class vouchers etc...
    • Mini Manicures and hair platting
    • Silly Selfie Station
    • Mince pies, ginger bread, cakes and hot drinks available to buy

    Come and join us- entry is free!

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  • Open Day: Wednesday 29th November 9:30 a.m - for parents looking for Nursery or Reception places for September 2018!

    Published 13/11/17

    Due to the huge demand in October at our Open Days, we are putting one more open day this term on Wednesday 29th November 2017.

    Please come and find out what makes All Saints' C of E Primary School special and an environment your child will develop and thrive in. 

    Last year we built a brand new dedicated outside learning area just for our Early Years children.

    Our Nursery and Reception teachers deliver the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum in a fun, exciting manner, where children are nurtured and supported throughout their learning journey.

    Our stimulating indoor and outdoor environment, encourage children to learn through self-initiated exploratory play, together with carefully planned activities, which are tailored towards individual children’s needs and interests. 

    If you want to find out what an average day will look like for child when they join the All Saints' family have a look at;

    If you would like your child to come to Nursery or Reception at All Saints' Primary School, but can't make the open day then please call the school office to arrange another visit.

    Academic Achievements - we were especially pleased with the progress our Year 6 children made in Maths and Writing, putting them in;

    • the top 10% of performing schools in England for the progress they have made in Maths.
    • the top 20% of performing schools in England for the progress they have made in Writing.
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  • All Saints' School Proud to be Selected to attend Beanstalk BookFest!

    Published 30/10/17

    Each year the charity Beanstalk invites its London partner schools to attend Beanstalk BookFest, which is always generously supported by authors and performers who give their time to deliver inspiring talks and interactive sessions for the children. This year, a select group of KS2 children were chosen based on their involvement on the Beanstalk programme and their accomplishments on the Accelerated Reading programme.  The children met Maz Evans, author of Who Let the Gods Out and the sequel Simply the Quest and received a book gift, which was generously provided by the parents of Frances Holland School. Miss Clarke was really proud of with their behaviour and contributions to the interaction session. The children all left inspired and motivated to write their own novels! 

     

     

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  • Gold Award for Sports and Silver Award for Science!

    Published 12/10/17

    Over the last 2 years Miss Colhurst and our teaching staff have been working incredibly hard to ensure that our P.E provision is outstanding. We are delighted and proud to let you know that due to their ongoing hard work All Saints' Primary School has been awarded the Gold Award for P.E! You can find out more about our Sporting Achievements here. Download a copy of the latest Tournament Calender here.

    In addition, they have been working hard on science and we have been awarded the Silver Award for Science! Well done also to Mrs Kent for leading the way on this too! You can find out more about Science at All Saints' Primary School here.

     

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