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All Saints C E Primary School
Church Street, Clayton-le-Moors, BB5 5HT, UK Accrington
+44 (0)1254 234562


All Saints is a Church of England school having at its heart the Christian faith. The school seeks to communicate an understanding of the redeeming love of Jesus Christ through its sense of community, life and worship. Within this framework, the school aims to develop the whole child, combining maximum educational development with overall fulfilment as human beings.


  • Equip each child with the basic skills, knowledge and understanding appropriate to a child of primary school age through a broad and balanced curriculum designed to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental, aesthetic and physical development of each child and to prepare him/her for adult life.
  • Encourage each child to develop a mature and positive attitude to work, to relationships with others and to the life of the school in general.
  • Teach good standards of behaviour and respect for others.
  • Foster the social skills, moral and religious awareness that will enable each child to become a happy, well-balanced individual who will enjoy all aspects of school life.


All Saints' School is situated next to the Parish Church of All Saints, which was founded in 1840. The Vicarage is also adjacent to the church and school sites. Built as a national school to serve the then expanded Victorian township, the school building was re-modelled and extended in the early 1960s and again in 1999.

It has ten spacious classrooms overlooking the large playing field, wild life area, playground and churchyard. The school's main hall, which is also spacious, serves as the main assembly hall, dining hall and PE area. A specially designed double classroom area along with an outside play area have been developed for the Foundation Stage, Reception Class children.

There is an ICT suite, pottery kiln, library, special needs room and three resource areas. There is one office for the school administrator as well as a separate reprographics and teachers’ resource room.

The school has been extended several times in its long history.


The physical proximity of school, church and vicarage is a reflection of the strong links between school and church. The school makes a distinctive and major contribution to the work of the church and the local community. The school hall also serves as the parochial hall and is therefore ‘home’ to the church's uniformed and non-uniformed youth groups, mothers and toddlers monthly service, Sunday school, adult organisations and the All Saints' Players in addition to other community activities.


The school runs many extra-curricular activities for the pupils. The sport and music clubs provide the valuable experience of taking the children out of school into the wider world through competitions and concerts.

Sporting Events and Clubs

We enter teams in football and netball leagues, cups and rallies, athletics, cricket, swimming galas and other sporting events. Teachers run extra-curricular football, netball and short tennis clubs throughout the year as well as other seasonal sporting clubs.

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