All Saints Church of England Primary School

All Saints Church of EnglandPrimary School


Virtual tour of the school

Our school is set in the beautiful Swiss style valley, with close links with All Saints Church, with whom we share a number of spaces, including the Church hall and Glebe field.

How to access home learning if a pupil is self isolating

If your child is self-isolating, please follow lessons available on Oak Academy, (selecting the relevant year group), 

How to use Oak Academy.

  • Click the Link- it will take to you to the main page.
  • Now select the 'Schedule' button in the top right corner.
  • This will display the various year groups.
  • Select the year group your child is in.
  • You will then see the lessons for this day and the option to select a day from the whole week.
  • If the lesson is referenced as part 2, I would recommend to do part 1 first.
  • Record your work in your home Learning Book. 

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Our School

We are a primary academy within the Clevedon Learning Trust.

We are most proud of the achievements of our pupils, the commitment and professionalism of our staff and the partnerships we have with our parents and local community.

IN 2016 we were very   fortunate that North Somerset Council  funded the construction of 4 new classrooms, the purchase of Saxby cottage and the redevelopment of Victorian building. This has been supported by the neighbours, All Saints Church and the Diocese of Bath and Wells.

We believe that school is where learning is explored, confidence developed resulting in a desire to develop and grow.

Within school our children develop a strong learning community, where positive relationships are developed. Children are valued and nurtured, whilst being challenged educationally, within a supportive environment. We also promote creativity through ensuring a love of learning, where children immerse themselves in their work. 

We have high expectations and work to bring out the best of every child personally, socially and academically. We are a small school who develop confident learners that are able to take their skills forward into secondary education.

Although a small school, pupils leave us with confidence and drive, which is reflected in their successes through secondary school. Children regularly take part in whole school performances and presentations from reception on wards.  

Should you have any further questions about our school, please contact the school and I will be pleased to discuss them with you.

Kind regards
Mr. Stephen Webber