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I am very proud to be the Head Girl of All Saints’ C of E Primary School.

I really love coming to our wonderful school and have done ever since I was in Reception! 

Everyone is kind and supportive and we all work together as a TEAM.

Teachers set up challenging, exciting lessons on a wide range of interesting subjects.  I especially like learning in History and improving my art techniques.

In Year 6, we take our leadership responsibilities seriously and love helping our Reception buddies to settle in, play, sit in Collective Worship and most of all to have a great time!

One thing we all look forward to is when Daisy Duck comes, she makes her nest in a plant pot in our courtyard and then we all look after her and her chicks that hatch until they are ready to head out to the big, wild world down the road in the canal. 

We have the opportunity to join a varied range of extra- curricular school clubs such as; cross-country, coding and ukulele.  We also take part in many competitions with other schools across Stockport.  Our football team recently won a huge trophy that is now proudly on display in school!  We have a vibrant school choir (50+ children) and in KS2 we even get to learn to play the keyboard.  Our teachers really encourage us to take part in many activities and represent our school in the best possible way to achieve personal goals.

As a school, we try hard to follow our Christian Values.  Each half term we focus on a Christian value.  These include; Curiosity, Respect, Kindness, Courageous Determination and Joyfulness.  We have a wonderful relationship with All Saints’ Church and enjoy a fantastic Church week at our beautiful Church every year.  As well, we visit Church for many special festivals including; Harvest, Christmas, Easter and also our Y6 Leavers Service.  We spend time focusing on RE and Worldviews which is important to us in our Church school.

We love to celebrate special times and achievements at All Saints’ and all classes work together to achieve pom- poms which result in a class based treat.  We also enjoy moving our name up on our All Saints’ Way chart and receiving special stickers.  Community is important to us too and in Year 5, we visited an elderly lunch club to chat and give them some company as part of our Archbishop of York Trust community challenge. 

We have so many joyful occasions to look forward to, many of which are organized by our wonderful PTA!

There are opportunities galore and lots of fun to be had here at All Saints’ C of E Primary school so come and explore…!


I enjoy being a pupil at All Saints’ C of E Primary School.  The teachers, teaching assistants, office staff and lunchtime staff are all so kind and approachable if you need help.

At All Saints’, the teachers make lessons fun and ensure that the whole class feels included.  As a school, we celebrate diversity and focus on international events such as Black History month to help us learn about respect.   

My favourite subject is Geography, I have a special skill in remembering every country’s flag.  Each term we have a ‘Retention Champion’ and win a badge for our memory skills.  I also particularly enjoy Science, Art and PE.

One of favourite things about All Saints’ is getting involved in sporting competitions, where everyone gets a chance to take part and works as a team.  There is; Cross Country, Netball and Football events to name a few. I’ve been lucky enough to take part in a couple of football tournaments and have my fingers crossed I can go on the Manchester City trip this year- yes we even get to go to amazing places like that! Our Sports Leaders work hard for us to have lots of fun too.  One of the memorable moments for me was our Fun Mudder Sports Day last year which was just brilliant!

If sports isn’t your thing, don’t worry, we have lots of other special events like; Young Voices and other Musical Showcases, Maths competitions, coding club and our Easter Eggstravanza to get creative (I was lucky enough to be a winner in Year 1!).  We try to invite visitors into school to inspire our curiosity such as the Bug Man who was fantastic!

In addition, we get to go on special whole school trips such as to Chester Zoo.  In Year 4, we had the best time in Castleton on a residential taking part in lots of outdoor activities such as caving and obstacle courses.  We supported each other as a class during this trip to take risks and even though I was very nervous in the caves, I did it with courageous determination!

Year 6 is a very special year, we have lots of roles and responsibilities as leaders including looking after our Reception Buddies to learn the All Saints’ Way.

You will love coming to All Saints’ C of E Primary School as there is so, so much to enjoy!


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