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All Saints C E (VA) Junior School
Dogsthorpe Road, Dogsthorpe, Peterborough
Tel/Fax: 01733 563688

All Saints C E (VA) Junior School
All Saints' Junior School

Here at All Saints' we aim to provide a safe, happy and caring environment where children learn respect for themselves and for others. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum and work to ensure our pupils achieve the highest possible standards according to their ability. We aim to help our pupils become independent learners, be aware of their social responsibilities, be creative, healthy and develop a positive attitude to life.

All Saints’ is a busy school that encourages partnership with parents and the wider community.

We are very aware that good relationships between parents and teachers are essential. We must work together to ensure that pupils develop their full potential and make effective use of the education system. If you have not already visited the school, we should be delighted to meet you and show you round.

  • All Saints' School exists to promote the Christian values of love, care, respect and responsibility, and to provide a quality education for all children.
  • The school is concerned that pupils develop their full potential, and attaches high priority to strong links between school and home within a multi-cultural community.
  • All Saints' School is committed both to providing a high standard of education, and also to sharing the Christian faith in such ways that children recognise its worth.
  • To achieve these aims it is essential to establish an environment within which children, teaching and support staff, governors and parents can work together successfully.
  • It is most important that children should want to come to school. The school needs to be a place where they feel secure and happy.

It therefore follows that the needs of each individual child are of the utmost importance, and that the school is a place where love and care, and the qualities of friendship, honesty, consideration for others and their property, politeness, tolerance, obedience, hard work and perseverance can all flourish.


The school was founded in 1900 by Canon Charles Ball, Vicar of All Saints' Church, to educate the children of the Parish and teach the Christian faith, and it continues as such today.

The original school was at the corner of Dogsthorpe Road and Queen’s Drive West. The present school building was opened in 1974.

All Saints' Above View

There are eight classrooms, and two shared activity areas. Other facilities at the school include a library area, an ICT suite, a hall/dining room, a separate kitchen and an administration block.

The school is set in attractive grounds and has a hard surface playground, a playing field, an outdoor learner swimming pool and conservation area.


Our aim is to teach the whole curriculum to each child. Most of this will be by means of the National Curriculum. The National Curriculum consists of three 'core' subjects:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
and seven 'foundation' subjects:
  • Design & Technology
  • Information & Communication Technology
  • History
  • Geography
  • Art
  • Music
  • Physical Education

In addition, all schools are required to teach Religious Education. Much time will be spent teaching the 'core subjects'.

Extra Curricular Activities

These are voluntary for staff and children. In the past we have had such activities as football, netball, cricket, athletics, cross country, recorders, craft, drama, ocarinas, and choir.

Children will be informed of the activities which are available to them.



Autumn Term opens


Wednesday 5th September, 2007

Half Term


22nd – 26th October, 2007

Autumn Term closes


Thursday 20th December, 2007


Spring Term opens


Monday 7th January, 2008

Half Term


11th – 15th February, 2008

Spring Term closes


Wednesday 19th March, 2008


Summer Term opens


Wednesday 9th April, 2008

May Day


Monday 5th May, 2008

Half Term


26th  - 30th May, 2008

Summer Term closes


Wednesday 23rd July, 2008


Admissions are the responsibility of the Governors but applications for a place should first be submitted to the Headteacher. 


Parents must apply on the appropriate form, giving the reasons for choosing the school, and tick at least one box. 


The application must be given into All Saints’ Church of England (Aided) Junior School no later than 15th December 2006.


If the school is over-subscribed the Governors will admit children in accordance with the following criteria:-


1) Looked After Children.


2) Children of worshipping members of All Saints’ Church, Park Road, Peterborough.


3) Baptised Church of England children who do not qualify under 1 and 2 above.


4) Children of parents living within the ecclesiastical parish of All Saints’, Peterborough, i.e. in those streets listed on the last page of the school booklet.**


5) Children of parents who are worshipping members of other Christian denominations.**


6) Brothers and sisters of children who are registered at the School at the time of admission.** 


7) Children who have a parent who wishes them to be educated within the Christian ethos of a Church of England Aided School.**


**4, 5, 6, 7 - If there are more applications than available places, acceptance will be determined by proximity of parental home to school measured by the shortest safe walking route.  The Governors may, however, give priority to pupils on social or medical grounds.  These applications should be accompanied by documentary evidence from appropriate professionals within the health or social care services.


The agreed admission limit has been set at 60.


Places are offered on the understanding that the information given is correct. 


The offer of a place may be withdrawn if the information given is found to be misleading or fraudulent.


Should a child be refused admission parents have the right of appeal by writing to the Clerk of the Governors at the School within 14 days.  An independent Appeal Panel will set up to consider the appeal within 6 weeks.  Parents will be kept informed of the procedures and will be invited to attend.


The Governors will not consider repeat applications in the same academic year unless there has been a change of circumstances.


The school does not operate a waiting list.


Year 2 children at Queen’s Drive Infant School do not have an automatic right of transfer to All Saints’ Church of England (Aided) Junior School.

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