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  • Wimbledon Junior Tennis Inititative!

    Published 17/10/19

    Children in Nursery through to year 2 were very lucky to take part in a tennis session run by Hannah and Mark from the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative. The Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative is a community tennis initiative run by the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) offering Merton primary schools free Tennis coaching. The children really enjoyed themselves. Flyers with more information on how your children can become more involved in Tennis have been sent home.


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  • Harvest Festival Celebrations

    Published 30/09/19

    The children have enjoyed learning about Harvest Festival this week. They have created some lovely harvest artwork to celebrate and brought in decorated shoe boxes with their food donations for the local food bank too. The children always enjoy getting involved in this celebration.

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  • Year 6’s Africa Art Exhibition!

    Published 09/07/19

    We are very proud of year 6, whose Africa Art Project formed part of a wider exhibition in London on ‘The Sights and Sounds of Africa’

    This term Miss Akwa has been teaching Year 6 Art and they have been studying Africa putting together an amazing portfolio of their work which was showcased at this exhibition.

    They have been taught about a range of techniques as well as painting and drawing including; Using African wax prints known as Ankara to make colourful baseball caps. They learnt about making mosaics and used this technique to recreate the colourful flags of Ghana, Senegal, Togo, Uganda, Tanzania and Malawi. They also learnt about quilling, the art of folding paper to create colourful maps of Africa.

    We have created an album of the artwork at the exhibition for you all to see.


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  • PTFA Summer Fair 2019!

    Published 28/06/19

    This years PTFA Summer Fair was opened by MP Siobhain McDonagh and food was a highlight with a selection of foods from around the world to try. The entrepreneur’s corner was also a new thing this year, that was well received.  All the usual stalls were there including; the plant tombola, hook a duck, photo booth, bouncy castles, coconut shire and beat the goalie were also there. We are pleased to say the PTFA raised over £3,000 in profit too.

    Please have a look at all the photos from the day here

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  • Year 5 Residential Trip

    Published 08/05/19

    Year 5 did their annual residential trip away to Brooklands last week! The children all had a brilliant time, the activities included archery, crate stacking, water rollers, climbing wall, body zorbs,and a disco.

    They were all thoroughly tired and happy when they got back on Friday. Please view all the photos here

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  • Outstanding Effort by Year 3 and 4's at Tag Rugby!

    Published 08/05/19

    Children from years 3 and 4 participated in a Tag Rugby Festival . We can confidently say that every child who attended had so much fun and hopefully this has sparked more of an interest in rugby within these children. As you can see from the photos they were all very much involved and their efforts were outstanding! Great job years 3 and 4!



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  • Year 4 sing at The Royal Albert Hall

    Published 25/03/19

    The year 4 children really enjoyed being invited to sing at the 9th Prom Praise for schools 2019 project at the Royal Albert Hall. It was a fantastic opportunity and they all felt proud to be chosen for this once in a lifetime opportunity! We have uploaded an album of photos from the event here.

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  • The Bishop of Kingston opens the new quiet garden

    Published 21/03/19

    ​​The children ambassadors along with Mrs Filsell and Mrs Worsley attended the opening of The Quiet Garden at All Saints' Church on Wednesday 20th March. The Bishop of Kingston was there to officially open the area.

    The children also planted some plants.

    You can see all the photos here

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  • All Saints' Celebrates World Book Day 2019!

    Published 07/03/19

    World Book Day 2019. At All Saints’ we enjoy celebrating World Book Day and encouraging our children to read and discover new books!

    The children and staff made an amazing effort at dressing up as a book character today. The winning costumes from Hannover Road and Haydon’s Road are below as well as all the staff photos and photos of all the children’s fabulous costumes. 


    The winners from Hanover Road

    The Staff photos below

    More photos of the children below



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  • Pat Stewart proudly celebrates 30 years working at all Saints’

    Published 05/03/19

    On Thursday 28th February we celebrated a very special occasion. Pat Stewart, who works in the Hanover Road office has been with the school for a grand total of 30 years! Pat started off volunteering at All Saints' in the nursery before becoming a staff member in 1989 as a Lunchtime supervisor. After her children were in full time school, Pat completed an Open university course to become a teaching assistant and over the years has worked with thousands of children, including some of our current parents! Pat has been involved in many aspects of All Saints' life including learning support, SEN, producing school plays, residential trips, wrap around care, being a part of the FAST programme for families and much more. In recent years Pat has moved into a new role in the school office where she gives support and advice to families, pupils and staff alike. Pat is a highly valued member of the All Saints' family and although she is due to retire in a few years time, no one here is ready to see her go so we can only hope she remains with us for as long as possible!

    Congratulations again Pat for your 30 years of service and thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to our All Saints' family. 



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  • Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative comes to All Saints’!

    Published 05/03/19

    In week 1, we had Mark from the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative come out to our school and offer a free workshop for every child in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. All of the children loved the experience and practising their hand-eye coordination, they couldn't stop smiling and laughing! If you would like to know more about what the WJTI can offer your child, a brochure went home in their school bags providing further information. 

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