All Saints C.E. Primary School and Nursery

Knebley Cresent, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV10 7AT

Tel: 02476 382123




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



Dates for your diary

16th June      Years 5 & 6 visit to The National Space Centre

18th June      Non Uniform Day

23rd - 25th June    Year 6 Residential Visit to Frontier Centre

28th June     School Reports go home this week

7th July        Transition Day at Etone

7th 8th 9th July   Year 6 Transition Days at The George Eliot School

8th July        Parent Teacher Consultation calls begin with Year 6

21st July      End of year - children break up for Summer holidays

Here at All Saints Church of England Primary School & Nursery Safeguarding our children is our priority.

Click to visit our Safeguarding page.

We currently have space in our Breakfast Club, open every morning for children in Reception - Year 6 from 7.30am - 8.30am, £2.50 per child

Click on the link to visit the page: 


June Health & Wellbeing update from the School Nursing Team


In this newsletter, we’re raising awareness of rare conditions, diseases and genetic disorders. These conditions can be isolating and are often poorly understood. By increasing understanding and empathy, we can reduce the stigma and ensure we are there for the people in our lives should they ever need support.

    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.

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