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The All Saints Pledge

Our All Saints Pledge sits at the heart of our curriculum... 

Read on to see our promise to our children and the opportunities we offer, which we believe enhance our curriculum provision and set our children up to thrive in the next stage of their learning journey.


Putting the Pledge into action

Click on the boxes below to see how we keep our promise to the children throughout their time with us at All Saints.

Year 3 will...

Have an outdoor adventure

Learn an ancient foreign language

Grow a plant over a season

Write their first essay

Light a campfire

Make a fruit salad

Perform in our Christmas show

Buddy and mentor a Year 2 child

Learn to play a keyboard

Visit a place of worship

Learn how to lay a table

Self-publish a book

Year 4 will...

Perform at The Hexagon

Sleep over in the woods

Buy a book for our library

Write to a pen pal

Learn how to look after a pet

Sew on a button

Complete an act of random kindness

Prepare a Roman feast for guests

Represent the school in a team sport

Perform a dance

Visit a Roman ruin

Learn to tie a tie

Year 5 will...

Build a medieval castle

Watch the sunrise

Grow something to eat

Make a shelter to sleep under

Interview a friend about their religion

Perform at the O2

Cook supper on a campfire

Earn a Blue Peter badge

Spend time in a planetarium

Visit Reading Abbey

Ride a bike

Visit Reading Museum

Year 6 will...

Attend their residential

Perform in their leavers’ show

Use their voice and write to a politician

Interview a former ASJ child

Use a compass to navigate around a wood

Learn about budgeting

Visit their secondary school

Watch a West End show

Go swimming

Write a poem or story for Reception and share it with them

Use their voice and write to a politician

Attend a live sporting event

British values and community identity

In addition, throughout their time with us, children will have the opportunity to learn about and participate in key cultural celebrations and experience some of the wonderful principles which define what it means to be British! These include...

  • Pancake Day
  • Celebrating national events
  • Harvest festival
  • Fundraising for different charities
  • Bonfire night
  • Voting for your school parliament
  • Armistice Day
  • Holding a position of responsibility

We will also be encouraging them to get involved in, and help us raise awareness of, significant events and causes, such as...