All Saints C.E. Primary School and Nursery

Knebley Cresent, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV10 7AT

Tel: 02476 382123

 

 

Headteacher

Mrs S Kaminski-Gaze

Welcome to our school

 

Welcome to our school website. We hope you enjoy looking around it. We aim to give you an insight into our school as well as update parents and carers on events and activities.

 

Working together with you, we can ensure a full, enjoyable and successful education.

 

  

Quick Links

 

We have Nursery places available.

We take children from the term after their 3rd birthday. 

It is never too early to put their name down for a nursery place, this can be done at the school office as young as a few weeks old.

Click on the nursery tab  at the top of the page for more information and to see all the exciting things that happen in nursery.

Everyone is welcome to come and look around. Come and meet our highly qualified and experienced Nursery staff, bring your child along too. Talk to our Nursery team while your child explores some of the amazing activities that our Nursery has to offer.

 

To enquire about a nursery place for your child, contact the school office.

Tel  024763123 or

email: 

 

Dates for your diary

4th March     World Book Day dress up as favourite book character

Have a look at our photos or children home learning and in school, dressed as their favourite character.

8th March     Phased return of ALL children to school begins this week

8th March     Years 5 & 6 return at 8.45am Years 3 & 4 return at 8.55am

10th March    Years 1 & 2 return at 8.55am

11th March    Reception return

15th March    Extra Curricular clubs return this week -

                      Netball, Football, Multi Skills and Street Dance

8th June       Reception and Year 6 Height & Weight assessment

    Rapid lateral flow testing for households and bubbles of school pupils and staff

The following people in England will have access to regular rapid lateral flow testing made available to them as schools reopen:

  • secondary school pupils

  • primary and secondary school staff

  • households, childcare and support bubbles of primary and secondary-age pupils

  • households, childcare and support bubbles of primary and secondary staff

 Primary school pupils will not be asked to test at this time.

The Highwayman

Year 5 and 6 children, at home and at school, have been reading the poem ‘The Highwayman’ by Alfred Noyes. They then wrote narrative stories based upon the poem.

The children in Years 5 & 6 learning at home have been reading a book about superheroes. One of their tasks was to write a poem about somebody that they see as a hero. One of these poems is written by a Year 6 pupil about her mum. The other is written by a Year 5 pupil about Captain Sir Tom Moore.

Click on the buttons to read the poems.

Children's Mental Health Week

Children's Mental Health Week is taking place on 1-7 February 2021. This year's theme is 'Express Yourself'.

Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts or ideas through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film and doing activities that make you feel good.

An important part of this theme is that expressing yourself doesn't mean that you're the best at something. It's all about finding a way to show other people who you are and how you feel.  It's about showing how you see the world and finding a ways to 'express' yourself which feels good to you. Expressing yourself in a way that's unique to you is a great way to improve mental wellbeing.

Visit the Website                                                     for more activities and resources to use at home such as 'draw your feelings' and the 'squiggle game'

Share Your Scarf Week

1st -5th February is Share your Scarf week - part of Children's Mental Health Week.

We're providing extra SCARF at home resources to promote children's mental health.

These are simple activities for each day of the week-helping children build skills and strategies to keep mentally well by celebrating the SCARF values: SAFETY, CARING, ACHIEVEMENT, RESILIENCE and FRIENDSHIP.

The theme for Children's Mental Health Week is Express Yourself! Being creative in any way -art, music, cooking, gardening, for example is proven to boost mental health.

Finding a few minutes each day - or even each week - to do something creative, is as important as daily exercise.

Here are some simple, creative activities that don't need a lot of equipment. Children can do these alone, or with help from someone at home.  The activities reinforce the SCARF values and provide valuable additional PSHE activities for children at home - or in school.

How to access the special Share your SCARF week resources at home...

1. copy the following link: SCARF at home special edition - share your scarf week

2. NB - No sign in or password is required.

3. This link will take parents to a quick overview page with links to activities for each day of Share Your Scarf week - children's mental health week, which looks like this:

 

      Lockdown Laptop Donations

The county went into National Lockdown on 5th January 2021. After hearing an article on BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire we registered with, amongst others, a company called The Speedy Bear who donate devices to schools. They have very kindly donated devices, which we have gratefully received.

        “We think that the company who has donated these laptops for our school is

         very thoughtful and generous. They will help us with our learning. We want to

         say thank you very much for your kindness”. - Children

   “It’s really comforting that in these difficult times, people do still care and

   community spirt is still around”. - Mrs Kaminski-Gaze, Headteacher

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Click on the picture bar to see all the exciting things happening in school.