Love to Learn, Together with the Lord
At All Saints’ we seek to deliver an enriched curriculum. We are fortunate to have the services of a sports coach who delivers a range of after-school sporting activities. We look to give children the opportunity to extend their experience and develop their skills and talents in a variety of activities both in and out of school time.
There are a wide range of extra -curricular clubs available for the young people of All Saints’ for example Football, Homework club, Singing, Cookery, Indian Food Cookery, Hockey, Reading, Inter school quiz, Hi 5’s , Basketball to name just a few. In addition there is a disco each term (at least), for the children to enjoy. A range of food is sold – any profits are used to help to finance school trips and outings.
Working in association with Greggs the Bakers, the school is able to offer a free breakfast to those children who want it. In line with the Healthy Schools Policy children can choose cereal, wholemeal bread, yoghurt, croissants, breakfast bars, fruit – on special occasions a warm breakfast may be served.
After the children have finished their breakfast, they can choose to play outside, build or draw inside, or to go in the computer room and complete homework or play educational games. Coding on PurpleMash is very popular at the moment.
Clubs for Summer 2 half term
Monday – Homework, KS2 Athletics Club
Tuesday –Homework, Hob Nobs, KS2 Kwik Cricket Club
Wednesday – Homework, Y4/5/6 Mini Tennis Club, Y2/3 Challenge Club,
Thursday – Homework, Hob Nobs, Y2/3 Rounders Club, Y4/5/6 Rounders Club, Y4/5 Challenge Club
Friday – Homework