Headteacher's Message

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to New Longton All Saints’ school website. The staff and children have tried to create a user friendly website that will give you an informative snapshot of life at our brilliant school whether you are a current parent, a child at our school or a prospective parent looking for the right school for your child. Every day is an Open Day for us, so if you are thinking of booking a visit, please ring the School Office and we will be happy to arrange a tour for you. You can also find out about our school from the School Prospectus.

To find out what is happening in each class, please click on the Children tab at the top of the page.

We upload weekly newsletters to our  keep you informed of current school matters and the main school policies are available for downloading from our Policy Page.

New Longton All Saints’ is a great Church of England primary school which serves the local community of New Longton. Children enjoy being here and they are at the centre of everything we do. We are proud of our children and staff and we are committed to providing the best quality care that we can – that’s “the All Saints’ Way“.

We were graded as ‘Good’ overall by OFSTED in May 2015 with our Early Years Foundation Stage team achieving ‘Outstanding’.

Children’s well-being is at the centre of our approach here and we pride ourselves in our family ethos. Our curriculum is broad, varied and personalised to the needs of our pupils needs and that of our local community, ensuring that it is relevant and up to date. We seek to add enriching experiences for children that invoke a love for learning that lasts beyond their time here, affording children opportunity to experience a range of activities such as: lead initiatives, perform at whole school events, undertake residential trips, hold positions of responsibility, access a wide range of clubs and experiences and develop into well-rounded and responsible citizens.

Our attainment is excellent at each key stage and is above National averages (more information can be found on the Results page of the website). We provide a creative, broad and varied curriculum, productions, a variety of clubs, educational visits and visitors. Our Worship Warriors, School Council and Eco Council give the pupils an important voice within school. As a Church of England Primary School, we are very proud of our links with All Saints’ Church and other churches in our community and we try to provide children with a range of services in church celebrating our Christian festivals.

From September 2018, we will have 212 children on roll in single-aged classes. Over the last few years, we have had extensive building work to improve our learning environment. Our latest project was the renovation of our Junior Library and our Confidence Room. Before that, we have remodelled our hall, installing air conditioning as well as a fresh coat of paint and had our Early Years’ area landscaped for our Year Reception children.  They love the tarmac area, natural grass area and trees and artificial grass when it’s wet! Our very active PTFA (Parents, Teachers & Friends Association) has paid for an outdoor prayer space, new library books, a willow ‘Mouse House’ and all the markings in the outdoor area which the children enjoy playing in.

I hope you enjoy visiting our website and if you need any extra information or would like a tour of the school, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our fantastic team via the details in the footer of this page.

Best wishes,

James Maloney

Headteacher

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2018 - 19

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Our Vision

Within the Christian ethos of our Church school, and being at the heart of the community, our vision is to challenge and inspire our children to be happy, to develop a passion for learning and to give them a firm foundation for life.

Our Mission

Together, following Jesus’ teaching, we aim to develop mutual respect and responsibility to all members of our school community. Through effective teaching and by expecting the highest of standards, we value each other’s achievements and create a safe, caring environment in which the whole child is nurtured.

Our Values

  • love
  • forgiveness
  • respect
  • honesty
  • hope
  • trust
  • joy
  • patience
  • kindness

SATs Week Timetable

Published 8th May 2018

SATs Week Timetable

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World Book Day 2018

Published 13th March 2018

A busy day celebrating reading.

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Lego day!

Published 30th January 2018

A day of Lego with Leyland Trucks.

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