I have had the honour of leading All Saints Church of England Primary School since 2009. As well as building an amazing team of adults who support our children so well, I have seen the school transform and establish itself within our amazing new buildings,
I aspire to ensure that our children learn and grow in a safe and supportive environment, where they are valued and achieve. By greeting the children every morning on the school gate and constantly visiting classrooms through the day, I aim to create a school community where the children feel valued and aspire to behave well, achieving their best.
As head teacher, I always love to work in class with the children, sharing my high expectations and passion for learning. As a school staff, we invest a lot of time and energy in developing an engaging living curriculum that links to our local context. I want to unlock a love of life-long learning for every pupil, support their curiosity and creativity, whilst experiencing joy in their school life.
With our strong Christian foundation, we explore and aim to develop individual spirituality. Supporting this is a line from the bible.
Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.
Through our curriculum, focussed sessions and collective worship, we strive to support the wellbeing of every child. We send confident children to secondary school who know their place within our school community.
I hope you take the time to explore our website. If you have any questions, please do get in contact.
Our school is very passionate about our vision as a Church of England Primary School:
As a small and mighty school,
we aim to inspire curiosity and confidence to learn and grow in body, mind and spirit.
Supported by our Christian foundation,
we strive to provide a nurturing environment that promotes
joy, creativity and a lifetime love of learning.
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All Saints Church was founded in 1860 and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2010. In 1870 the Church, together with the Diocese of Bath and Wells, built All Saints School.
In those days it started as a Sunday School, but quickly developed into an Infants and Primary school serving this community. The school has been supported by the church ever since.
Across the Diocese, we have some 33,000 children currently in church schools. The added value that the ethos and heritage of church schools contributes has been strongly recognised by different Governments over the years and many parents rightly see them as healthy and good schools.Find out more
The school has developed its own curriculum based on the National Curriculum, local curriculum and the Bath and Wells Diocese Religious Education syllabus. Our curriculum links to our locality, helping provide real experiences relating to the children’s interests and needs which we deliver through a themed approach. This better enables a child to make links between areas of learning and more deeply engage with content.Find out more
Clevedon Learning Trust
All Saints Church of England Primary School is part of the Clevedon Learning Trust; a Multi Academy Trust formed on 1st January 2015. The Trust is made up from school clusters in the Clevedon and Bridgwater localities.
As a Trust we understand the value of a school-led education system and our role in partnerships with other schools. Our principles are based on our collective responsibility to children in ours and the wider community. The Trust was formed with a shared vision to provide and support high-quality inclusive education that is student-focused and achieves excellent outcomes. The Clevedon Learning Trust is able to provide an inspiring and coherent education from age 4 to age 18.Find out more