“Schools should produce young people with ideas and dreams, with a vision of what they want to achieve in life, who have a strong sense of service, of care and compassion for those in need, and above all a love of life.”
Although not written by a parent, but by the late Cardinal Basil Hume, these words may well sum up what many a parent would want from their child’s school.
As a parent myself, I know only too well the importance of choosing the right school for your child. We all want our children to be part of a school that will challenge them academically, whatever their ability and support them emotionally, whatever their needs. Who better to judge how well we live up to this ideal than one of our mums who wrote this about All Saints?
"You listen to them, you show happiness and joy in their achievements, you get upset when they are upset, you wipe their tears, you make them smile – you are like another mum/dad to each and every child in your care".
We are proud of our school, our children and their achievements. At All Saints, innovative teaching in a ‘state of the art ’ building go hand in hand with an emphasis on traditional values, including good manners, smart appearance and a clear understanding of right and wrong. We believe that childhood is something really precious, worth protecting that is why we give Safeguarding and Child Protection top priority.
We are proud too of our profession. As educators, we regard it as a great privilege to work with children in their formative years. It is also an enormous responsibility. That is why we appoint the very best staff to work here.
We hope our website will give you a flavour of what we are about. But there is nothing like seeing for yourself, so we invite you to come and visit by appointment, at any time. It will be my pleasure to introduce you to our school.
I look forward to meeting you
"Each one of you is a child of God" - Pope Francis
A Catholic learning community that aspires to excel, celebrates achievement and values the uniqueness of everyone.