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At All Saints’ School, we have an exciting curriculum which helps children understand their place in the world, encourages them to make a positive difference by being change-makers and promotes oracy and high achievement.



All families receive a class newsletter that details what their children will be learning in each half term: The children will have dedicated blocks of time for subjects such as History, Geography, Science and Art etc.

The staff have all been working very hard together to plan engaging and relevant learning opportunities to inspire curiosity, promote oracy and empower our children to be change-makers.

The daily timetable includes a reading session at 9am and a worship assembly at the end of the day (except Fridays, when assembly is at 9.10). This is to ensure a focused and structured approach to reading, promoting curiosity and oracy skills, as well as the love of reading. The worship session at the end of the day helps children reflect on their faith and place in the world.

At the end of each term, there is a project week often linking to the United Nations ‘Sustainable Development Targets’ with the intention of empowering our young people.


We want our children to be knowledgeable young people, with a strong moral compass who can make a difference in the world:

Head: Informed and curious; able to find things out.

Heart: Having a strong sense of right and wrong; good values.

Hands: Be courageous and willing to be a change-maker.


The following document shows which subjects are being taught in each year group at any given time. If you would like to find out more about our curriculum then please visit the class information pages of this website or arrange for a tour of the school by contacting the office.

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