Caring for our land
We are very proud of Katie, in Year 2, and Jack, in EYFS, who braved the wind and the rain to go litter picking in their local area to help keep our environment clean and tidy. It is really important that we all do our bit to care for God's world.
Well done to Jack and Katie for setting such a super example for us all.
I hope others are inspired to do the same in their locality.
Staff Supporting Our Community
As a staff we wanted to show our support and care in what we know are difficult times for many. Staff donated bespoke gifts, food and drinks to help those in our community for whom Christmas would be a difficult time. We are grateful for and to the community we work in and are happy to be part of the All Saints' family.
Bishop Julian's Harvest Appeal
As part of Bishop Julian's Harvest Appeal, as a school we collected food items to donate to our local food bank. The Christian Value we have focused on this half term is thankfulness and during our in class worships, we have thought about how thankful we are for everything we have but also how we can show our gratefulness in helping others. We then put our faith into action by helping those in need within our local community.
Together we chose to support 'Lancashire Women' by walking as much as we could!
Our school continues to support the NHS in different ways. Here is just one example: