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Weston All Saints C E Primary School
Broadmoor Lane, BA1 4JR, UK Weston
+44 (0)1225 421786
At WASP you will find:
- reasonably small classes
- high staffing levels
- enthusiastic, caring staff
- wide variety of staff expertise and experience
- parallel classes for cross year group teaching
- strong links with secondary school teachers who visit regulary

Statement of Belief

At Weston all Saints C. of E. V.C. Primary School we believe that high expectations together with quality teaching in comparatively small classes helps children to work towards reaching their full potential.

We choose to use ability grouping for some lessons where we believe it benefits children's learning. We believe that high achievers, as well as low achievers, can have special needs.

We believe that children learn best in a warm, caring environment where every effort is made to foster strong relationships between children, adults and the community.

We value our strong links with Weston All Saints Church and the Christian foundation of the school is reflected in many aspects of school life.

We value the additional relationships and interaction that children at WASPS experience through our partnership with Institutions of Higher Education.

We have a particular commitment to the Performing and Creative Arts, believing that children's creativity should be developed to enhance their learning and their self-confidence.

We believe in the importance of positive self esteem for all children.



To develop the child’s power of thinking


To develop the child as an individual socially, intellectually and creatively


For a child to recognise feelings and control them


To respect other people and the environment


To communicate and establish relationships across the barriers of language and social background


To always remain interested in finding out


To enable the child to work with an end in view and not for fear or reward


To be as numerate and literate as each individual is capable


To care and to be cared for


To strive to follow the Christian ideals set down by Jesus’ teachings


To learn tolerance and patience


To be engaged in worthwhile leisure activities


To try and achieve a high standard of physical and mental health


The development of pleasure in the aesthetic things in life


The promotion of a good home school relationship

At WASPS there are many things that make us unique. We try and provide a broad range of opportunities and services to enhance our school.


Healthy Tuck



We participate in the Government's Fruit and Vegetable scheme for infant children whereby each day the children receive a piece of fruit or vegetable each day at break time.


This proved to be so popular that we quickly extended the scheme to KS2 children as well. Here children pay just 10 pence a day to receive their healthy tuck.


Breakfast and 

After School Clubs



For the benefit of working parents WASPS offers child care provision between 8:30 and 8:50 am at our Breakfast Club and between 3:20 and 5:30 pm in our After School Club


The clubs are reasonably priced. Children receive either breakfast or a drink and a snack whilst attending. Our children greatly enjoy these clubs and value time spent with their friends in a supervised environment by staff from WASPS. Their experience is enhanced by the school's beautiful grounds.

Checkerboard Gardens



Our award winning Checkerboard Gardens are a constant source of pleasure for the whole school, especially in the summer months. Children are encouraged to take "ownership" of a garden square after applying for and signing a "contract". The children then plant the square with flowers, herbs while decorating it with rocks and pebbles. In the summer the whole Checkerboard Garden is a blaze of colour and is a wonderful sight! 


Children are often winners in the Bath in Bloom competition and we hold our own school competition annually. Every year some children help to create an entry for the B&NES Wheelbarrow competition.

WASP Offers:

  • a progressive programme of educational and residential visits
  • regular wide ranging variety of after school clubs
  • opportunities for private music tuition in many instruments
  • sports involvement in numerous activities, events and matches
  • participation in local, city and national community events

WASP has:

  • extensive grounds set in beautiful countryside
  • attractive buildings where children's work is valued and displayed
  • a friendly, lively, active PTA and very supportive parents
  • links with Church
  • a pleasing school uniform

WASP is active:

  • forefront of creative arts in the city
  • WASPS initiated the Bath Primary Schools' Arts Festival we've been awarded an Artsmark Gold award
  • school productions involve pupils, ex-pupils, staff, parents and specialists
  • invites a variety of visiting arts experiences to school

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