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All Saints' Church of England Primary School

All Saints' C of E Primary School

Our School

'Aiming for excellence, through working together in a Christian Environment'

Welcome to All Saints' Church of England Primary School. This year we are proudly celebrating 125 years of providing an excellent education to the children of South Wimbledon and the surrounding areas.

Our unique school, spread across two campuses, has an ethos built around our core values of respect, trust and pride. We value and celebrate diversity and enjoy close links with our local church. We have a diverse school community with staff and families from all faiths and backgrounds. Our inclusive and nurturing ethos, provides every child with the opportunity for academic, creative and sporting success. This works in tandem with our commitment to developing every aspect of the child, creating aspirational, confident and caring citizens of the future.

Our high expectations for every pupil, have consistently achieved strong academic results, where progress, opportunity and challenge is the foundation for every pupil’s curriculum. Our staff team is dedicated to providing a safe, calm and purposeful school environment, offering a wealth of outdoor space and the latest technology in our bight, modern classrooms.

As a school, we continue on our journey forward into the next 125 years, our next school-wide initiative begins in earnest in September, as we work together to become a UNICEF Rights Respecting School.

For prospective parents, we hope this website will give you an overview of our school. For current parents, we hope you will find useful information, as well as keeping you up to date with school life.

We hold open days throughout the year, where myself or one of my Assistant Headteachers will take time to show you around, where you can see our ethos and values alive in every part of the school.

Come and visit us and experience what it's like to be part of the All Saints' family.

I look forward to welcoming you.                                      

Andrew Park

Headteacher