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All Saints C E Primary School and Nursery
Unit, Moor Road, PR7 2LR, UK Chorley
+44 (0)1257 262489


All Saints’ is a Church of England Primary and Nursery School initially founded in 1900. Several building phases have been added since - most recently our Nursery Department. The School originally housed All Saints’ Church and provided education for the community. This close association between Church and School continues.

The incumbent leads an assembly each week and contributes to class services. The school visits All Saints’ Church on several occasions during the year. Parents are always welcome and are encouraged to join with us in school acts of worship in school and church.


  • to develop an understanding and appreciation of the nature of Christianity and its relevance to everyday life
  • to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which gives every child the opportunity to achieve their potential
  • to equip children with the knowledge and skills to enable them to progress confidently into secondary education and adult life
  • to set and expect high standards in everything we do
  • to see education as a partnership between home and school
  • to provide a structured learning environment which builds on strengths and supports need, thus promoting independence and self-esteem
  • to encourage respect for each other and to recognise self-worth and the worth of other people’s beliefs, efforts and talents
  • to encourage respect and the exercise of a stewardship role towards the environment of the school and wider world


The school is organised into six mixed-ability class groups, each with their own class teacher. Foundation Stage comprises of Nursery and Reception children and is taught by qualified teachers who use the Foundations for Learning Curriculum until children move on to the National Curriculum. A nursery placement does not guarantee a place in the Reception Class. On joining main school, children start Reception and are quickly integrated into a fulltime day.

Children then progress through Key Stage 1 (Years 1 & 2, Classes 2 & 3) and Key Stage 2 (Years 3-6, Classes 3, 4 & 5). Children joining the school at stages other than Reception, join their appropriate age group. Children leave at the end of Y6 to attend one of the local High Schools with whom we have pastoral and curriculum links.


The aim of the curriculum at All Saints’ is to give each child the opportunity to develop to their full potential as independent learners, by supporting weaknesses and encouraging children to build on their strengths.

Children follow the National Curriculum requirements and includes Personal, Social and Health Education and Road Safety Programmes.The teaching and learning is progressively skills-based and children leave us fully independent ready for the fresh challenges of high school.


At All Saints’ we seek to deliver an enriched curriculum. We are fortunate to have the services of a qualified sports coach who delivers a range of after-school sporting activities. We look to give children the opportunity to extend their experience and develop their skills and talents in a variety of activities both in and out of school time.There are a wide range of extra - curricular clubs available for the young people of All Saints’ for example Football, Homework club, Recorders, Keyboard and Guitars, Needle-work, Chess, Inter school quiz, Skittleball, Basketball to name just a few. A pupil newspaper is produced termly by our Press Gang Club. In addition there is a disco each term (at least), for the children to enjoy. A range of food is sold - any profits are used to help to finance school improvement plans.

Over the years, the school has also developed strong links with Chorley Adventure Youth Club and children are encouraged to join and participate in a wide range of outdoor activities with the club. Children who are interested in joining the club should contact club leader Paul Glucklich on 01257 416850.

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