Posted in General

Odd Socks Day

Our class has been all at odds today, literally. We have celebrated being different with our very odd Socks. Bullying behaviour and how to deal with it was discussed by Y6 today with great interest. The children were fully engaged in our discussion and all felt that everyone should be treated with equal respect. We are all different and yet all equal. Let’s love our differences!

Can you tell who is who from our photos???

Posted in Year 6 Messages

Can you help Y6?

When we return after the half term break, Year 6 will be researching the names on Stibbard’s War Memorial as part of our history topic. We don’t want to give too much away at the moment but …

If over half term, you are visiting Hunstanton could you please take a photo of 11 James Street PE36 5HE (the former Police Station) or if you happen to be in Cowbridge in Mid Glamorgan (we’d like an image of the War Memorial).

If you can help, please send your image in to school preferably by email.

Thank you.

Posted in Reception Messages, School Events, Year 1 Messages, Year 2 Messages, Year 3 Messages, Year 4 Messages, Year 5 Messages, Year 6 Messages

School Clothing Bank

One of our themes for Values Week is ‘Community’ and at All Saints we are fortunate to have a community clothing bank that raises vital funds for our school and the Salvation Army and also reduces waste going to landfill.

During the community session, each child will be given a Recycle With Michael bag to bring home that can be filled with any unwanted clothes or shoes and then returned to All Saints on any day the school is open.

If your child comes to school by bus, to save you making a special journey to school, Richards have kindly agreed to transport the bags on the morning school run. A member of staff will be available when the buses arrive at school to take any filled bags.