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School Games Gold Award 2017-2018






World Book Day - 1st March 2018


We had lots of wonderful book characters in school on Thursday including several Harry Potters, Gangsta Grannys and even a polar bear! It was fabulous to see so many creative costumes despite the inclement weather. Well done everyone!



Healthy Living Roadshow - January 2018


We were lucky to have the Healthy Living Roadshow come to deliver a wonderful and interactive roadshow about the importance of being and staying healthy. It was a fantastic show where the children learned all about the different food groups in a really entertaining way. Peppered throughout the show were relevant magic tricks and plenty of great opportunities for all the children to be engaged.









Young Voices 2018


The choir had an amazing time taking part in the Young Voices concert at the Birmingham Genting Arena.  We were privileged to be part of the Young Voices choir which is made up of nearly 6000 children!


We performed alongside the very talented Natalie Williams, The M4GNETS, Alfie Sheard and Urban Stride.


A huge thank you to the children in the choir for all their hard work and fabulous performance and to the choir parents for their support.  It was an unforgettable evening and we are already looking forward to Young Voices 2019!




Christmas Jumper Day


We all put on our Christmas Jumpers and enjoyed a festive lunch on Wednesday 20th December.


The school raised an impressive £167.11 for Save the Children.








Snowy Days


We really enjoyed being able to play in the snow on the school field.







All Saints' Church Christmas Fayre


Some members of the Federation choir sang at the Church Fayre on Saturday 2nd December.




Children also played their instruments in the entrance hall as people arrived at the Fayre.




Year 3 Eco guardians have been having fun growing plants for Warwick Train Station.   







Stem Ambassadors


In recognition of All Saints' committment to increasing pupils' awareness of STEM subjects and offering after-school activities such as Imagineering Club we have been awarded with a STEM Ambassadors certificate.






Eco Silver Award


All Saints' have been awarded the Eco Silver award this term.  The Eco-Committee are tasked with ensuring that the whole school are aware of the Eco-Schools programme and providing a link between pupils, teachers, governors and the whole school community. By involving the wider community, the Eco-Committee will be helping even more people to get involved with caring for the environment.



Den Day for Save the Children


Den Day was on Friday 16th June.  Schools across the UK built dens whilst learning about the importance of shelter and raising money to safe lives.  The children had a fabulous day building dens on the school field.  Thank you to everyone who donated materials for the event.  We raised a total of £173.50 for Save the Children.






Green Fingers


Over the last month we have been growing plants in school to plant in our tub at Warwick Train Station. On Friday 9th June they were ready for planting.  Please go and take a look at our handy work.






War of the Roses - Warwick Castle


All Saints' School were very excited to be invited to visit Warwick Castle on Wednesday 3rd May to take part in the filming of their TV advertisement to promote their new show, Wars of the Roses.  We were also given the opportunity to see the trebuchet in action, watch the Birds of Prey demonstration and explore the castle.


Filming the Advertisement






Watching the Trebuchet



Exploring the Castle










BAE Roadshow visits All Saints'


The BAE Roadshow Team tours schools in UK to inspire young people to take an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.  The presentation explored the world of drones, the technology behind them and their many uses. They also explored computing and control systems that today's modern technology is built around.


The children enjoyed an exciting afternoon that included camera drones flying around the school hall and magic tricks. The final part of the afternoon featured a very special robot called MIA. Students were given the chance to pitch their wits against the robot who was definitely the star of the show!





Mother's Day Afternoon Tea


Mums and carers were treated to a lovely afternoon tea with their children to celebrate Mother's day.









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