Outstanding_Colour_SchoolI am delighted to welcome you to the Totley All Saints website which should give you a flavour of all the amazing things that our children experience at our school!

TASS is extremely special & is well loved by its children, staff & parents! We seek to provide a top quality education, an extremely caring atmosphere & one where children can fully thrive & reach their full & amazing potential as a child of God. Please check out our Vision Statement for all that we’re aiming to achieve.  

Please click to find just 10 Reasons to choose TASS for your child (there are actually many more)!

Thankfully, our children think that our school is amazing too & the School Council came up with their own way of recording this called: How Cool is our School

OFSTED agreed with what we think & graded us as OUTSTANDING in 5 out of 5 areas!

If you would like to come & have a look to see what TASS can offer your child through a place at our school, then please give us a call – we look forward to hearing from you! 

Karole Sargent 

(Proud to be) Head teacher


Diocese of Sheffield Multi Academy Trust (DSAT)

TASS is currently in the process of consultation regarding the decision to join the Diocese of Sheffield Multi Academy Trust (DSAT).

The Governing Body feels that joining DSAT will give the school many opportunities to work in formal partnership with other diocesan schools in Sheffield as well as wider in South Yorkshire.  We hope to become part of DSAT by the end of this academic year & look forward to new opportunities, moving from strength to strength as well as continuing to provide the very best education & experience for our children.

For more information, please click on the Information Leaflet for Parents re. Conversion.

Please contact the Headteacher if you have any comments or questions.


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Good Sleep!Image result for Healthy Minds sheffield

World Sleep Day was last Friday ( 15.3.19) and, as part of our Healthy Minds focus, we would like to remind parents that issues with sleep can be a source of mental ill health for children & can be a surprisingly common factor when it comes to difficulties with overall well-being. Sleep is particularly important for children because it is during sleep that growth hormones are released, the immune system is strengthened, memory & concentration functions are increased & emotional well-being is restored.  A relaxing bedtime routine is one important way to help your child get a good night’s sleep & doing the same relaxing things (in the same order and at the same time each night) helps to promote good sleep. Things like: a warm bath before bed, keeping lights dim (to encourage your child’s body to produce the sleep hormone, melatonin) plus reading a story together, all serve to aid good quality sleep. The amount of sleep your child needs changes as they get older with the recommendation of between 10-12 hours per night at primary school age. Tablets, smartphones, TVs and other electronic gadgets can affect how easily children get to sleep & it is recommended that a child’s bedroom at night should be a screen-free zone & that they should not use them for at least an hour before bedtime. If your child is having problems with sleep, then it may be worth speaking to your GP or health visitor. You can also gain more information on this (as well as other ways to improve your child’s mental health) on our Mental Wellbeing webpage under the ‘For Parents’ menu.


Image result for water aidDress in Blue for the Loo

It’s World Water Day this Friday (22.3.19) & our Global Neighbours are asking everyone to — ‘Dress in Blue for the Loo’ for 50p. All money raised will go to Water Aid  which aims to provides clean water and toilets to communities around the world.


Image result for Maths QuizY6 at the SHU Maths Quiz

Mrs Brown (Deputy Head & Y6 teacher) has entered two teams of six for the Sheffield Hallam University Primary Maths Quiz this Saturday (23.3.19) This is a great opportunity to visit one of Sheffield’s Universities and have some great Maths too! We wish them all the best!


Attendance Matters!

As you know, we uphold the attendance and punctuality of your child as being absolutely crucial to their individual success & achievement. This is backed up by extensive research which shows that regular attendance and good punctuality are crucial factors in pupils achieving their full potential. With this in mind, please refer to our Attendance Policy as well as the Sheffield City Council Term Time Leave Policy  (available under the policies section of our website) which lays out that time out of school (including all holidays) should only be taken for exceptional circumstances. Please also note the following table which shows how time off school can mount up as well as what the risks to your child’s overall achievement & development are.  Thank you.


Image result for Totley all saints governorsFull Governors’ Meeting

It’s our Full Governors’ Meeting this evening at 6:30pm (18.3.19) & under discussion will be all aspects of school life. If you would like to find out more about our governors & what they do, then please see the display in the school entrance as well as visit our School Governors web page on our website.


Image result for Sheffield Children's Hospital CharityGo Mrs Everitt!

In September this year, Gabriella Everitt, mum of Isaac (Y3), and Joel (FS2) is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania for The Sheffield Children’s Hospital Charity. As part of her fundraising, she would like to invite you to a CAKE & COFFEE MORNING on Saturday 23rd March from 10am-12noon, at Totley Rise Methodist Church. Donations can also be made online at justgiving.com/gabriella-everitt. Thank you!



Image result for lunch wrist bandsThis Week’s Menu is:

Week 2


Image result for RRS ArticleThis Week’s RRS Article is No. 13:

Children have the right to find out things and share what they think with others.



  • Parent Prayer meeting, Mondays, 9:00-9:15am every week – all welcome.
  • Y6 Mathematician Revision Club each morning, 8:20 to 8:50am.
  • Library open on Mondays afterschool
  • Full Governors’ Meeting, 6:30pm: 18.3.19
  • FS2 Visit to Whirlow Hall Farm: 20.3.19
  • TASS School Council: 21.3.19
  • Mike Warren Assembly: 21.3.19
  • World Water Day—’Dress in Blue for the Loo’: 22.3.19
  • Y6 Team at SHU Maths Quiz: 23.3.19
  • Parents’ Evening 1 of 2: 25.3.19
  • Halle Concert Visit: 26.3.19
  • TASS Merit Treat: 26.3.19
  • Y2 Visit The Mosque: 27.3.19
  • Parents’ Evening 2 of 2: 28.3.19
  • Y4 Bun Sale in aid of the Red Cross; 29.3.19
  • Break up for Half term: Friday 29th March 2019
  • Return to school: Monday 15th April 2019
  • Y5 Residential to The Oaks: 15-17.4.19
  • World Health Day Assembly: 17.4.19
  • Church Service at All Saints Church, 9:30am: 18.4.19
  • PTA Fun-d Raiser Easter Egg Craft Competition: 18.4.19
  • TASS CREW Council: 18.4.19
  • STEM Cub begins: 18.4.19
  • Easter Weekend—Good Friday: 19.4.19 & Bank Holiday Monday: 22.4.19

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Our Vision
At Totley All Saints Church of England Primary School, we aim to be an exceptional school with Christian values at the very heart of the community. We are committed to providing a caring environment where every child can thrive & is supported to achieve their unique & amazing potential as a child of God.
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Latest Events

  1. 25MarParents' Evening 1 of 2
  2. 28MarParents' Evening 2 of 2
  3. 20MayGovernors' Meeting
  4. 11JunNew to FS2 Parents' Meeting
  5. 11JulFS2 Parent Workshop 1 of 3


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