Learning Aims

At All Saints, we believe that all children are entitled to high quality teaching and learning experiences so that they can flourish and achieve to the highest standard.


We aim to:

Encourage children to become independent and creative thinkers so that they become confident to share their ideas, thoughts and questions.


Develop a child’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development so that they can fully understand their role within a modern Britain.


British values (democracy, rule of law, mutual respect, tolerance and freedom of speech are promoted in all that we do alongside our core Christian values (forgiveness, love and compassion). Collective worship and PSHE lessons contribute widely to ensure a child is prepared for their future life in a modern Britain.


Make learning fun, meaningful and challenging for all children, including those with special educational needs.


Develop a range of teaching methods giving children opportunities to work independently, as a class and part of a group.


Have high expectations of all children by matching work appropriately.


Have a broad and balanced curriculum with opportunities to develop knowledge and skills across a range of subjects and make appropriate links.


Support children to take responsibility in their learning, take on board feedback from the teacher and work on their next steps and targets.


Help to make all children feel special as a child of God, a member of the school community and develop their self-esteem to see a purpose in the world.


Curriculum statement

Assessment statement