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  • All Saints' Remembrance Service and Artwork

    Published 09/11/18

    This week the children have learnt about Remembrance and why we wear a poppy as a symbol of Remembrance and hope, and to remember and honour the fallen solders and those who have sacrificed themselves to secure and protect our freedom. The children created artwork to show what they had learnt, which has been proudly displayed in All Saints' Church for our Remembrance Church Services this week. 

    Please view the photograph gallery of all their artwork here. A couple of examples are below.

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  • All Saints' at the Football Tournament

    Published 19/10/18

    On Thursday 11th October, 18 children from years 3 and 4 represented All Saints' at the Football Tournament at Wimbledon Chase. They were divided into two teams and played a number of schools, based on a rotation roster. The children had such a great day and were extremely well behaved. Julie and Miss Ghassibe were super proud of their efforts, sportsmanship and positive attitudes on the day! Well done to you all!

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  • Circus Skills Workshop

    Published 19/10/18

    On Friday 12th October, we had visitors from 'Perform' host an assembly for Years 1 - 3. It was a circus theme and they encouraged the children to spark their imagination through drama. As you can see from the photos, the children had a lot of fun! If your child is interested in attending their workshops, you can find more information on the pamphlets which were sent home. Here is an album of some of the classes enjoying the workshop!

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  • Roald Dahl Day - celebrated by Year 2

    Published 01/10/18

    Year 2 celebrated completing our study of George's Marvellous Medicine by dressing up as our favourite Roald Dahl character! We invited our parents and carers into our classrooms to show them the wonderful stories we wrote. Our end goal was to re create the famous story 'George's Marvellous Medicine' by including our own ideas and following the skills we have been learning throughout English, since the start of Year 2. As you can see by the pictures, the children had a lot of fun dressing up and also showing off their fabulous pieces of writing!

    Thank you to all of the families for taking part in this experience and for your on-going support. We loved having you visit and we are so proud of the children's efforts and enthusiasm so far this year!

    Please look at our Photo album of all the photos we took here

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  • Macmillan Coffee Morning hosted by All Saints' Church

    Published 21/09/18

    Many of our staff, family and friends that make up our wonderful All Saints' community have been 
    affected by cancer in some way.  With this in mind, you are all invited and more than welcome to attend the Macmillan Coffee Morning hosted by All Saints' Church on Friday 28th September from 8:40-12 Noon. 
    Your support at this morning event would be appreciated, to help raise money for this 
    worthwhile cause. 

    Where: All Saints' Church, All Saints Road, Wimbledon SW19 1BU

    Date: Friday 28th September 2018

    Time: 8:40 a.m - 12:00 a.m

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  • Nearly £4400 profit raised at the Summer Fair.

    Published 18/07/18

    Thank you to everyone who came and supported the All Saints' School Fair and spent money or donated something for the Fair. Your support is really appreciated and this money raised will go towards the brand new playground sports equipment for both School sites.

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  • Summer Fair Saturday 23rd June 12pm - 3pm

    Published 06/06/18

    This year the Summer Fair is at Haydons Road Site. Money raised will help to buy Sports equipment for the playground.

    SUMMER FAIR DONATIONS AND RAFFLE TICKET SALES

    Parents please check your child's book bag for 2 letters on how you can help at the Fair or make donations and for Raffle Tickets to sell for the Fair. View letters here

    RAFFLE TICKETS
    2 books of 5 tickets to sell at £1 a ticket.
    The back of the Raffle ticket letter shows nearly 30 prizes to be won!
    Please return money and stubbs (with name of ticket purchaser on it) to the school and any tickets you are not selling by Friday 22nd June so we can sell them at the Fair!
     
    IMPORTANT DATES FOR THE FAIR SATURDAY 23rd JUNE
    • Friday 15th June Bottle or Sweets donation Mufti Day -there will be an optional non-uniform day for the children in exchange of a donation of sweets or a bottle for the bottle tombola; this can be bubbly, wine or soft drinks (as long as they are unopened please).  
    • Wednesday 20th June onwards Donations of toys, books, unwanted gifts etc... for 'Pat's Tat & Denny's Delight' always a popular choice with the children!
    • Friday 22nd or day of Fair Cake Donations for the Cake Stall bought or homemade! 

     

     

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  • £588 Raised by the PTFA Bake Sale and Mufti Day

    Published 25/05/18

    £338 was raised by the Bake sale on Friday after school last week and another £250 from the Mufti Day. £100 of the money will be donated to St Raphael's Hospice.

    We want to thank all the parents for supporting this event and their generosity and to all the parents who made and bought such amazing cakes to sell. The money raised will be used to support this years Summer Fair on Saturday 23rd June 12 - 3pm at the Haydons Road site. 

     

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  • Sign up for After School Activities Clubs

    Published 02/05/18

    Time is running out to sign up for the Summer Term After School Activities Clubs!

    1. Science Club for Years 1-3 - Full - waiting List in place
    2. Gardening Club available for Years 1- 6

      Run by our Early Years leader Mrs Mlinaric, each week in Gardening Club we will be working together to dig over a vegetable patch and planting a selection of different vegetables. We will be sowing giant sunflowers and having a sunflower competition to see whose grows the tallest. We will planting lots of flowers such as lavender to attract bees and making our own bird feeders. By the end of the club we will be able to identify different gardening equipment and will know how it is used. We will be able to identify some weeds and vegetables and hopefully, in a few months we will be able to try our produce!' 

    3. Messy play a really fun club for Reception children. This club offers children the chance to learn through sensory play, explore different textures and develop creative learning skills all whilst having a great time! Each week they will have fun learning with bubbles, water, paints, cornflour, foam and much more!The children will wear aprons for this club, although you may want to send in an old oversized tshirt too as the name suggests, things can get very messy!

    4. Dodgeball Yr 4,5,6 This club will be run by our P.E. Coordinator Miss Colhurst.​ Dodegball is one of the most popular sports out there! Its fast paced game, a great workout and teaches fantastic hand eye coordination. The aim of the game is to eliminate all players from the opposing team by hitting them with a soft ball below the shoulders whilst trying to avoid being hit yourself! It is a really fun and inclusive game for any child who may not have done a sports club before but wants to give it a go.

    5. Football club Years 4,5,6

    6. Sports club Years 1,2,3 - Each week the children will play a variety of fun sports games to test their hand eye coordination, ball skills and general fitness. Over the weeks the children will cover a range of sports from tennis to athletics.

    7. Art club Years 4,5,6 This term we are giving KS2 a chance to join our fantastic art club run by school art teacher Mr Osborn. For all your little Matisses, Van Goghs, and Picassos out there, This is a perfect after school class for your child to explore their creativity!  The children will look at different artists and the tools and techniques they used. Each week the children will expand on skills they are learning in school using different materials to produce pieces of art.

     

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  • Another Day another Author Inspires Children at All Saints'!

    Published 25/04/18

    As part of our focus on writing this year, we have invited different authors into the School to encourage the children to be the best writers they can.

    Today we had a visit from the published children's author E R Reilly, ‘Now this is what I love, school reading days. I do love writing the books, but for me the greatest buzz is to stand up in front of a group half full of children and take them on a journey of excitement.’

    E.R. Reilly inspired the children with top tips on writing stories; discussions about his books; reading sections from his best sellers and providing the children with the opportunity to ask him questions.

    Here are some of the questions the children asked him and his answers.

    ‘ What inspired you to be a writer?’  ‘Children’

    'What one piece of advice would you give to children to help them improve their writing?’ ‘Write every day to build up your stamina.’

    ‘Which authors inspired you?’ ‘Jacqueline Wilson and David Williams’

    Writing challenges were also shared with the children, which will be set as homework this week.

    All children were fully engaged and on the edge of their seats to find out what happens at the end of his books… unfortunately, they will have to read his books to know that! Children should look out for copies of these books in our libraries- coming soon!

    For more information about E R Reilly and his books visit his own website 

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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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