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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Image result for reporter clip artTotley Independent – Second Edition!

The second edition of the Totley Independent as been published by our very own journalists, Lexy-Bee Reid &  Alice Taylor. Once again, our Y6 girls have worked tremendously hard to produce their paper & copies will be sent out to each class so that they can catch up on what has been happening during reading sessions in class. We’re very proud of the girls & the amazing results. Remember, you heard about them here first & who knows what they will go on to do in the future! Well done, girls!

 

Image result for EIS sheffieldNetwork Games at the EIS

Year 1, 2 and 3 have been invited to take part in the Network Games at the EIS this week. This will be a morning of athletics based activities (Tuesday for Y1 & Wednesday for Y2 & Y3) & they will be competing against over 1000 pupils from schools across the city! We can’t wait to show other schools our talent, especially after all the teamwork, resilience and sportsmanship we showed at our own sports day! All the best to our  children!

 

Related imageMaths Week – Next Week

Next week is Maths Week where we will be starting with a ‘Mind Missions Day’ (30.4.18) run by the Happy Puzzle Company & funded by our very own PTA Fun-d Raisers! This will involve exciting workshops involving fun filled Maths investigations & problem solving activities. The theme will then continue throughout the rest of the week with classes investigating their own Maths problems. The week will come to a close with children sharing what they have experienced as part of the Celebration Assembly & there will even be a special ‘Math-magician’ winner per class who will be awarded a certificate & Maths prize. We’re very excited about the week & know that the children will be too!

 

Related imageWrap, Splat & Wear a Hat!

As summer seems to be here (we live in hope), 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!!

 

Related imageThis week’s Lunch Menu is:

Week 1.

 

Image result for unicef Rights of the Child silverThis Week’s Unicef Rights of the Child is Article 24:

All children have the right to good health & good quality health care.

 

COMING UP…

  • School opens for summer term: Monday 16th April.
  • Parent Prayer meeting, Mondays, 9:00-9:15am every week – all welcome.
  • Library open on Mondays afterschool
  • Y1 network Games: 24.4.18
  • Y2 7 Y3 Network Games at the EIS: 25.4.18
  • Y5 Squash lessons: 26.4.18
  • Premier Sports Workshops: 27.4.18
  • Maths Week W/B: 30.4.18
  • Halle Orchestra Concert Visit: 3.5.18
  • Y5 Squash lessons: 3.5.18
  • Mike Warren Assembly: 3.5.18
  • Wrates Photographer in—class photos: 4.5.18
  • Premier Sports Workshops: 4.5.18
  • MAY DAY BANK HOLIDAY: 7.5.18
  • Y4 Castleton Residential: 9-10.5.18
  • Y1 Victorian Classroom Visit: 10.5.18
  • Y5 Squash lessons: 10.5.18
  • Premier Sports Workshops: 11.5.18
  • Y6 SATs Week W/B: 14.5.18
  • Y5 Squash lessons: 17.5.18
  • Premier Sports Workshops: 18.5.18
  • Y2 SATs Week W/B: 21.5.18
  • Y5 Squash lessons: 24.5.18
  • Y5 Water Aid Bun & Bric-a-brac Sale: 25.5.18
  • Premier Sports Workshops: 25.5.18
  • School Closes for half term: 25.5.18
  • School opens for Summer II: 4.6.18

 

 

 

 

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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