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!

Image result for rights respecting schoolTASS 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! We also want to ensure that the Rights of the Child (as detailed in the UN Convention) are at the forefront of all that we do so 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


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Well done Team TASS!

Our athletes competed at the city finals last Thursday (21st June) & did an amazing job! The team was made up of: Megan Hill,   Jessica Fields, Guy Eckersley, Samuel Giles, Alex Radbourne-Harris & Daniel Eames. All competed superbly with Megan Hill finishing in 3rd place in the Long Jump & Daniel Eames managing to finish 4th in the 600m. Well done to everyone for doing us proud & thank you so much to all of the parents / carers who came along — plus Miss Saunders, Mr Johnson & Mrs Bell!


Image result for olympic ringsTASS Mini—Olympics

Our TASS Mini-Olympics will be taking place today at 1:45pm (Monday 25th June). All parents / carers are welcome to come along & can enjoy ice creams sold by the PTA Fun-d Raisers (please don’t buy ice cream for children during the event—please wait until the end of the school day).  The event will finish at around 3:00pm & parents are welcome to stay for the final count up of scores & announcement of the winning teams. Please note that children will then need to go back to classrooms to get changed, etc. & parents / carers will need to move onto the front yards to pick up children at the usual times & from the usual places. Thank you!


 Image result for Pirates of the Curry BeanTASS Superstars Present…

Our TASS Superstars will be performing in our giant production of ‘Pirates of the Curry Bean’ on Monday 16th (2:00pm) & Tuesday 17th July (2:00pm & 6:30pm). Tickets are on sale now from the school office. Get yours now!


Related imageY6 Graduation

We will be holding a Y6 Leavers Graduation Ceremony & Reception on the last afternoon (Friday 20th July). Y6 parents have been invited to the event at 2:00pm for the graduation including a special presentation. This will then be followed by non-alcoholic drinks plus a variety of nibbles before the children leave us for the very last time!


Image result for Wrap, Splat & Wear a HatWrap, Splat & Wear a Hat!

As we continue to enjoy the season of hot sunshine days, then we need to remember a few things in terms of the safety of our children. Firstly, it would be helpful if parents / carers who don’t already supply their children with a bottle of drinking water could do so. As a healthy school, we encourage all of our children to drink water both in & out of class in order to keep hydrated, stay well & be ready for learning. Bottles can of course always be refilled via our water cooler in the hall — so please support your child by providing one. Secondly, I would like to remind parents / carers of the need to take action in terms of sun safety, as much of the sun exposure that cause skin damage takes place during childhood. To protect your child, you can encourage the following:  WRAP — wear ‘cover up’ clothing, to protect the skin;  SPLAT — apply sun cream before coming to school & send with the child for them to re-apply if necessary;  WEAR A HAT — encourage your child to wear a hat & play in the shaded or covered areas of the school grounds. We will be talking to children about safety in the sun & will be encouraging them to do all of the above. That way, they can all enjoy a good old British summer!!


Image result for Fortnite: Battle RoyaleFortnite: Battle Royale

Parents are kindly reminded that the online video game, Fortnite: Battle Royale, has a rating of 12+ & therefore should NOT be played by any of our children. The game has frequent scenes of violence which are often acted out at school causing other children to get hurt as well as some to feel left out if their parents do the right thing of not allowing them to play it until they reach the correct age. Aside from the legal issues, research by child and educational psychologists shows that playing violent video games can become addictive leading to conflict within families & is also associated with real life anti-social & aggressive behaviour. To find out more information on how you can support your child in being safe online, please visit the Online Safety page of our website under the ‘For Parents’ menu.


Related imageThis Week’s Menu is:

Week 1


Image result for Unicef Rights of the ChildThis Week’s Unicef Rights of the Child is Article 41:

Children have the right to know their rights.


Diary Dates:

  • Parent Prayer meeting, Mondays, 9:00-9:15am every week – all welcome.
  • Library open on Mondays afterschool
  • MAST Advice Sessions: 25.6.18
  • Mini-Olympics Day: 25.6.18 (but 28.6.18 or 2.7.18 if weather is inclement)
  • Y6 visit to Digifest at SHU: 2.7.18
  • Y5 Cornet Concert: 3.7.18
  • Y5 Passport Day for current Y4 parents, 3:30pm: 4.7.18
  • New to FS2 Parent Workshop: 5.7.18 (9:30am), 6.7.18 (2:15pm) & 10.7.18 (9:30am)
  • Mike Warren Assembly: 5.7.18
  • Y4 Passport Day for current Y3 parents, 3:30pm: 5.7.18
  • Passport Day for children: 6.7.18
  • Premier Sports Workshops for Y2 pm: 6.7.18
  • Y2 Passport Day for current Y1 parents, 3:30pm: 6.7.18
  • Parents’ Evening ‘Drop Ins’: 9.7.18
  • Y3 Passport Day for current Y2 parents, 3:30pm: 10.7.18
  • PTA Fun-d Raiser Discos: 11.7.18
  • Y1 Passport Day for current FS2 parents, 3:30pm: 12.7.18
  • Y6 Passport Day for current Y5 parents, 3:30pm: 13.7.18
  • Pirates of the Curry Bean Production: 16.7.18 (2:00pm) & 17.7.18 (2:00 & 6:30pm).
  • Merit Treat: 18.7.18
  • Y6 Leavers’ Assembly: 20.7.18
  • School closed for summer: 20.7.18
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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