All Saints CEVA
Primary School & Nursery


Christmas Fair Tombola Donations

We are looking for donations for the tombola stall which we’ll be running at the Christmas Fair on the 27th November. It can be something in your cupboards, a book you no longer read, an unwanted gift – they all help.

There is a box in reception for you to leave them in and for those children that come via the bus we’ll be having a box in school for them to leave them in.

Thanks for all your help

The Friends

Budding engineers of the future!

Last week 8 children took an exciting trip to the International Aviation Academy in Norwich to take part in an engineering competition.
Over the term children in years 1 and 4 have been making vehicles during their DT lessons. The children had different design briefs and the most successful cars within each class were invited to compete against other schools.
We were so excited when they returned to learn that Kensley and his partner Ethel had won! Huge congratulations to them and a big well done to all the children who competed!

Stay and Read in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

Parents and carers are all welcome to join us in classrooms to share books with Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children between 8.30 and 8.45 every Friday morning.
Please use our outside classroom doors anytime from 8.30. We look forward to seeing you!

A plea for tubes!

Please could Year 1 have any cardboard tubes that you are about to pop into your recycling bin?
We need as many as possible for a whole school activity next week.
Many thanks
Mrs Cairns

Inspiring future book worms!

Opening up the world of books is a gift that will forever give back and there is something very special about sitting with a child and listening to them read. For those of us with older children it is a time that we can quickly forget.

The library is now run with a small team of volunteers, today we were lucky to have two of us, one to run the library and one to support individual reading with Year 1.

The moment a child finishes a book, a page or even just remembers a word is wonderful to be involved in. Supporting reading as a volunteer is a vital role, one that I know has a direct effect on children’s education. 

I look forward to spending more time both in the library and supporting reading – if you fancy joining our little team, even for just a couple of hours a week please come and say hi or contact the office.

Alison Woodward Mum, Volunteer, Governor Currently reading The Keeper of Lost Things by Ruth Hogan