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If you have a child due to start school in September 2018, then please give us a call to arrange a time to be shown around our lovely school! We don’t offer open days, but prefer to give you a personal tour, so please email or give us a call! 

I 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!

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

 

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School Council Update

The School Council met last Wednesday & discussed their ideas for the next Merit Treat to be held on the first Friday back after half term. Having had loads of ideas, they decided on their top three for the winning merit team to vote on to find their preferred option. Also under discussion was what they wanted the school to do to celebrate Children in Need Day (Friday 17th November). They’ve decided to go for dressing in Rainbow colours for 50p. Finally, they gave their ideas on what to spend the £2,500 donated by the Church Burgesses & decided to go for resources for the Forest School. From the youngest to the oldest – the children are doing a great job & we’re very proud of them!

 

Image result for British Schools’ Score  Orienteering ChampionshipsTeam TASS Orienteering Championships 

A massive well done to all of our children who took part in the British Schools’ Score  Orienteering Championships at  Rother Valley Country Park on Saturday (14th October). Team TASS was made up of Megan Hill,  Jessica Fields, George Brown, Jacob Parr, Hugo Deeks, Jesse Johnson plus Aron & Henry King. Thank you to Mrs Hill (mum of Megan, Y5) for organising this event.

 

 

Image result for bun sale clip artY4 Boys’ Bun Sale  

Well done to our Y4 Boys: Oliver Mather-Stott, Thomas Davies, Henry Clarke & Ethon Hodgkins who held their Bun Sale last Friday in aid of Sheffield’s Children’s Hospital. They raised a fantastic £123.20. Thank you to everyone who donated cakes & money to this fantastic cause! Very well done boys!

 

 

Image result for pharaoh clipartThe History Van is in Y4

The Y4s are in for a real treat tomorrow (Tuesday) when they will be having a special visit to their class from the History Van! The day is called ‘Burrying the Pharaoh’ & will include activities will focus on: mummification, being a tomb robber, taking part in the Battle of Kadesh & Egyptian dancing! We’re sure that they’ll have a fantastic time & have plenty to tell their mummies (& daddies) when they get home!

 

 

 Image result for Wild ReadY2 & Y6 Wild Reads in the Woodland Workshop

It’s the first of our Wild Reads today (16.10.17 at 3:00pm) where the Y2s have invited in a special adult to accompany them to our Woodland Workshop to read their favourite book around the campfire. Plus, on Thursday (19.10.17) it’s the turn of the Y6s! All year groups to have an opportunity to come for a Wild Read with parents & carers, so look out for an invite throughout the year.

 

 

Image result for harvest celebration 2017Harvest Celebration

Don’t forget that our Harvest Celebration is next week, on MONDAY 23rd October at All Saints Church, Totley. We will be setting off at 9:10 for a 9:30am start—so please come along!  Remember that this year, we would ask that any donations that parents & carers would like to make take the form of monetary gifts as opposed to tinned & dried food. Any money collected will go to the Cathedral Archer Project. Gifts can be sent via your child on the day of the Harvest to the school office & we will also be collecting money in a bucket at the back of the church. Thank you & we look forward to seeing you!

 

 

Image result for Parents’ EveningsParents’ Evenings NEXT WEEK!

We look forward to seeing you at the Parents’ Evenings NEXT WEEK on Monday 23rd & Thursday 26th (please note that FS2 evenings are on Wednesday 25th & Thursday 26th).

 

 

Image result for Spelling BeeSpelling Bee!

After half term, we will be launching a ‘Spelling Bee’ competition across school to raise the profile of spelling as well as learn the key skills needed to be able to spell words successfully. Letters will be going out this Friday (20.10.17) to give plenty of time for children to learn a list of spellings both at school and at home over the holidays to prepare for the competition.  Unlike the American style of Spelling Bee, we have re-designed things so that everyone has a chance at success at their own level with children competing in groups & with words adapted to be challenging, but not impossible. Each group will have a winner (with prizes) & all participants will receive a certificate. We’re sure that the Spelling Bee will be enjoyable for everyone & will serve to get our children enthused! Please look out for the letters & lists at the end of this week & then encourage your child to get buzzy for the Spelling Bee! Thank you!

 

Related imageThis week’s Lunch Menu is:

Week 2

 

 

Image result for Unicef Rights of the ChildThis week’s Unicef Rights of the Child is Article 19:

All children should be protected from violence, abuse & neglect. 

 

 

Still to Come

  • Parent Prayer meeting, Mondays, 9:00-9:15am every week – all welcome.
  • Library open Monday after school until 4:15pm – all welcome.
  • Y4 Swimming Lessons every Thursday until January
  • Y4 Egyptian Day: 17.10.17
  • Y6 Wild Read, 3:00pm: 19.10.17
  • Harvest Service at All Saints Church, 9:30am: 23.10.17
  • Parents’ Evening, 3:00-5:30pm, 23.10.17 & 26.10.17 for all year groups and 25.10.17 & 26.10.17 for FS2
  • School Council Meeting: 25.10.17
  • Last day before half term: 27.10.17
  • Half term: 30.10.17—3.11.17
  • Return to school: 6.11.17
  • Maths Parent Workshops w/b: 6.11.17
  • Mrs Bly Bread Making with Y5: 7.11.17
  • Remembrance Assembly: 10.11.17
  • Merit Treat: 10.11.17

 

 

 

 

 

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. 23OctChurch Service at All Saints
  2. 23OctParents' Evening (1 of 2 but not FS2)
  3. 25OctParents' Evenings 1 of 2 for FS2 only
  4. 26OctParents' Evening (2 of 2 for all classes)
  5. 10NovRemembrance Day assembly






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