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The All Saints' Day service  is always a lovely occasion with lots of participation from the children on this special day.

We were delighted to welcome the Rev’d Godfrey Butland, Rev’d Adrian Thompson, NISCU worker  Alice Sopezynski and Helen Faulds from the Cockermouth Area Team to our school on Wednesday to take part in our Spirituality day. 


The children experienced different activities in each of the classrooms to deepen their understanding of the Christian faith.  This was an enriching experience for the children with the day culminating in a whole school assembly.


Our thanks go to our visitors and staff for all their hard work in making this such a memorable day.


The Awesome Saints' Club led by members of the Church

All Saints’ CE School Christian Values.


At All Saints’ C of E School we aim to provide all of our pupils with a high quality education within a caring Christian environment where our Christian values of trust, forgiveness, friendship, truthfulness and perseverance, hope, responsibility, thankfulness, justice and peace are embedded. Collective worship and Religious Education are effective in communicating the Christian values and are specifically linked to the half termly worship and SEAL themes. Pupils develop a growing understanding of these Christian values as they progress through the school and this is reflected in and impacts on their behaviour and attitudes to each other, the whole school, the wider community and their daily life.



All the children from our Key Stage 2 were able to take part in a wonderful experience at All Saints' Church enabling them to learn about Pentecost in a stimulating and thought provoking way.  Our thanks to the members of Church who led the groups.



Our choir was delighted to have the honour of opening the September celebrations at All Saints' Church.  This was a lovely occasion.  The choir sang a repertoire of uplifting songs and thoroughly enjoyed singing in the beautiful atmosphere of the wonderful building before helping to plant daffodil bulbs in the Church grounds.

The pupils from All Saints’ School were delighted to have the opportunity to use their artistic talents to create an awesome display of angels in Church.