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All Saints Church of England Primary School

A United and Caring Community of Learners

School Closure Information

Updated 2nd June 2020.

Like all schools in England, All Saints is now closed to most pupils due to the health emergency caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Parents are requested to listen to their children read every day, and use the resources provided by school via Dojo. 

 
Our Plan for Welcoming Children Back to School
 
As you know, schools are being asked to think about how they might safely increase the number of children attending school from 1st June. We have been working hard to prepare the school to welcome back children, but this involves a great deal of planning, preparation and work with staff. We did not feel we had sufficient time to make sure every thing was ready to increase the number of children attending from June 1st, but we will be gradually increasing the number of children, starting with the oldest children in Years 5 and 6, from Monday June 8th. Following that, we will re-assess the risks with a view to inviting younger children, in Nursery and Reception, into school in the following weeks.
 
In order to find out which families do want their children to come back to school, we have sent text messages containing a link to a short survey to parents of children in Years 5 and 6. It is important you complete this survey, especially if you wish you child to come back to school.
 
We will send out similar surveys via text to parents in Reception, Nursery and Year 1 soon. Please respond to these surveys!
 
We will continue to provide home learning materials to all children and contact every family, by phone, on a regular basis.
 
Remember, it will be entirely up to  you as parents to decide whether or not you allow your child(ren) to attend school when and if it is their time to attend this term. All sanctions for non-attendance, including fines have been waived by the government at this time.
 
You may hear that other schools take a different approach. Of course, every school is different, and at All Saints we will decide on an approach that is appropriate for our children and staff taking into account the availability of staff, the layout of our buildings and size of our classrooms. 
 
Rest assured, we will contact you again as soon as possible when we have a firmer plan.
 
With very best wishes to you and your families at this difficult time.
 
John Davie
Head teacher

Remember: You are entitled to free child care at school if:

  • your child has an EHCP
  • your child has an allocated social worker
  • you are a key worker and you cannot provide any other form of childcare including caring for your child whilst working from home

If you wish to access this child care, please email Mr. Davie: john.davie@allsaints.bradford.sch.uk with your details.

 

 

School Vision

 

At All Saints school we are united through our vision of a welcoming, caring and spiritual community of learners.

Within our walls, we will work together to create a safe and inspiring environment, through which we encourage everyone to grow as learners, building trusting, nurturing and generous relationships, enabling everyone to become the best versions of themselves, as God wants us all to be.

‘a united and caring community of learners’

 

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Attendance for the week of 9th March 2020 – 13th March 2020

  • 92.3%

    Whole school attendance this week

  • 93.2%

    Whole school attendance so far this year

  • 122

    Children have 100% attendance so far this year

  • 1105 days

    Days lost to extended leave

The Top 3 Highest Attendance Awards this week are

  • Spruce

    98.4%
  • Rowan

    98.3%
  • Larch

    98.3%