All Saints CEVA
Primary School & Nursery


Gressenhall Trip – Reception & Year 1

We are all very excited about our upcoming trip to Gressenhall on Tuesday 16th July.
Please ensure that you have returned the consent form along with payment if you have not already done so. Also please don’t forget that if you would like to order a packed lunch for your child from the school kitchen this must be pre ordered using the slip sent home with your child. The children have a choice of either a ham sandwich or a cheese sandwich.
Your child will need to wear school uniform on the day – dressed appropriately for the weather. If it rains a waterproof coat and wellies will be needed. If it is hot a named sun hat and sunscreen will need to be applied before the trip in the morning. A named water bottle must be provided in all instances please.
Children DO NOT need any money for the trip. We will be back before the end of the school day.
We are really looking forward to to our summer trip , it promises to be an enjoyable day.


What a show the children put on both Tuesday and Wednesday evening! The children really raised the roof with their spectacular performance .
The play was based on the classic tale Oliver but with a modern day plot given the Stibbard touch!
We were treated to some fantastic songs sung with real gusto and some very brave solos which mesmerised the audience.
It was heartwarming to see all of the children put their all into the show. There were some brilliantly timed one liners and gags which really got the audience laughing out loud. The children were a credit to the school and to the Y5 and Y6 teachers and staff who have worked tirelessly to produce such a spectacular show. Hopefully some children may even be inspired to pursue a career in the arts.
All of the children should be tremendously proud of themselves; from the superb actors and actresses who acted their socks off, to the expert stage hands who ensured each scene was smoothly dealt with and of course the amazing musical/IT directors to really did make sure the show went on!
You were all amazing and ensured Olivia was a huge triumph!
Now the fat lady really has left the building!
Follow the link to view the photo album Olivia Production 2019

Reading Cafe – RECEPTION, YEAR 1 & YEAR 2

A reminder that you are warmly invited to join us for our popular Reading Cafe on MONDAY 1st JULY BETWEEN 9am and 10am.
All parents,carers and younger siblings are welcome to join us for an hour of storytelling and related craft activities.
We very much look forward to seeing you!
We would really value any of your unwanted junk for this event. We need cardboard boxes and tubes for the craft activities on the day.
If you can help please send junk in to school with your child . Thank you !
STAY AND READ SESSIONSan exciting new event coming to Reception, Y1 & Y2!
Join us every Friday morning to relax and read with your child in their classroom before registration and assembly.
You are invited into Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 between 8:30am and 8:45am to share a book together . We hope to see you there!
Thank you for your continued support- Foundation and KS1 team.

Sun Safety in Reception

Now the weather is (hopefully!) warming up please can we ask that your child has a sun hat, drinks bottle (water only please!) and wearing sunscreen which has been applied before arrival to school in the morning.
Children may bring in their own sunscreen to reapply during the school day. We ask that your child is able to apply this to themselves. The ‘roller’ type sunscreens have been recommended to us and are particularly good for smaller hands – thank you very much to Millie’s mum for the recommendation.
In the days ahead we will be spending lots of time outside practising for our upcoming sports day next week. Therefore the above is really important.
Thank you for your support with this.
Reception Team.

Reception Make Sushi

This morning has been a very exciting morning in Reception class. Our topic this term has been ‘Japan,’ We have enjoyed a lovely visit from Toby’s parents , Maurice and Tomika , who very kindly came in to make sushi with the children.
Tomika and Maurice gave a demonstration to the whole class showing us how to make the sushi first of all. They used seaweed, which Maurice told the children was called ‘nori’ in Japanese. We next used specially made sticky sushi rice that had rice wine vinegar added to it . The children had to get messy here and use their fingers to spread out the sticky rice on to the nori. Lastly we added some cucumber strips. Maurice and Tomika explained to the children that you can use all sorts of different ingredients in sushi making ; fish, vegetables and eggs were just a few. The children then split into smaller groups to work with Toby’s parents making their very own sushi. The children were so engrossed when it came to rolling the sushi in the special rolling mat. All of the children liked touching the sticky rice which got absolutely everywhere! The finishing touch was cutting the sushi rolls with Tomika’s special Japanese knife which Maurice explained was extremely sharp to cut the sushi.
We have had a splendid morning with Tomika and Maurice. They have provided the children with a wonderful experience which we are very grateful to them both for. Parents and carers, if you are lucky enough , you may get to sample some of the sushi your child has made . We cannnot promise though as many children devoured theirs straight after making!

Reception – Future artists in the making!

Yesterday morning the children arrived with a flurry of excitement in readiness for our trip to Martin Kinnear’s Art School located at Tattersett Business Park. Upon arrival the children and adults were warmly met where refreshments of squash, crisps and an array of biscuits was kindly laid on for us. This caused huge delight amongst the children and we hadn’t even began our art journey yet!
While the children sat happily we met Martin along with his fantastic team at the Art School who made us feel so welcome throughout our visit.
Once biscuits and crisps were munched the children made their way into the huge art studio . The children gathered to sit round the art bench where we were all shown a short Clip about Vincent Van Gough . After this we met Bryony, a resident artist at the school, who told the children she wanted to be an artist at the tender age of just four. Instantly the children were engaged !
Bryony demonstrated to the children how to mix colours and how she could paint anything that popped into her imagination. In this instance it was a space planet and stars that she splattered all over the canvas. The children loved the way Bryony encouraged them to really let go and just have fun. This was Martin’s emphasis throughout the morning – art should be fun!
The children were then let lose to go and find their very own easel and blank canvas where they could choose their own colours in preparation to create their masterpieces.
The children began and were absolutely engrossed. It was lovely to watch them all . We saw many different painting techniques; splattering, sponging , letting paints drip! The children knew no boundaries !
When all masterpieces were complete and our artists were happy with their work, the children were treated to an exhibition of their artwork. Each child received a certificate for their art before the grand finale of watching Martin create his own version of Van  Gogh’s famous  sunflowers. Martin is obviously a talent and a pleasure to see him in action.
The children and staff had a thoroughly fantastic visit to the Art School and would like to say a heartfelt thank you to Martin and his fantastic team. The children have been inspired!