Visions and Values

If your child is to join us for the first time, we welcome you as parents and look forward to a happy and successful association over the coming years. Confidence in a school comes from knowing and understanding what is happening within it. We hope you will extend your knowledge through contact and discussion with members of staff and myself and take advantage of the occasions for consultation. It is important that mutual understanding and trust should be the basis of our shared responsibility.

All Saints' First School has a friendly, family atmosphere and an open door policy. We aim to be at the heart of the community and to prepare our pupils to become confident and responsible adults. Our staff are committed to providing the best possible education for every individual child and encourage an enthusiastic desire for learning.

Please remember that we are ALWAYS willing to talk to you if you have a question or concern. The end of the school day is probably the best time to catch your class teacher, as obviously we are teaching during the say. If we are teaching, and cannot see you straight away, we will always arrange a time that is mutually convenient.

If you would like to see Mrs Allbutt or one of the office staff, please ring or pop in whenever you can. Again, if we are busy, we will arrange a suitable time as soon as possible.
 

As an integral part of the education system in Leek, All Saints' First School's purpose is to develop our children as independent learners, equipping them with academic and social skills based on their individual needs.

Our vision is to be recognised as a happy and caring school where everyone is inspired to be the best they can be.

At All Saints' First School we will:

  • Put the children at the heart of everything we do
  • Maintain our Christian ethos as a Church school
  • Safeguard and promote the welfare of children
  • Recognise individual needs and provide fair opportunities
  • Be financially sound and legally compliant

We also endeavour to be:

  • Caring – understanding the feelings of others, wanting to help, showing COMPASSION and FORGIVENESS
  • A Community – working in partnership with others, being a family, a FELLOWSHIP.
  • Independent and resilient learners and people. Having ENDURANCE, keeping on trying and not giving up.
  • Confident in our own abilities and willing to try new things, confident in those around us –TRUSTING others.
  • Respectful of each other, ourselves and the world around. Having REVERANCE of what God has created.(the CREATION of His World)
  • Inspiring to each other – giving each other HOPE and encouragement, setting a good example to others
  • Creative and Innovative – using your special gifts to express original ideas and solve problems
  • Supportive Warm, friendly and caring - showing LOVE and FRIENDSHIP towards others, at all times.
  • Inquisitive, curious and keen to understand – showing AWE and WONDER in the world around us.
  • Approachable and willing to listen. Showing that you are willing to go that extra mile to help out others. Being of SERVICE to others.

We are committed to ensuring that every pupil is given the opportunity to achieve their potential and meet the high expectations set for them. We encourage children to take responsibility for their own learning, to be involved as far as possible in their learning journey.

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