Welcome to our website.
Several new documents have been added to the website. These include:
School Uniform information on the Policies page
Safeguarding information leaflets relating to parental controls using different types of consoles and social media on the Safeguarding/E-safety page
A list of Age Restrictions when using social media on the Safeguarding/E-safety page
Our next Parent Information evening will be relating to E-safety on Thursday 20 April. Please look out for the letter and come along to this very important event. We have invited a guest speaker, who will be sharing her first-hand experience of online behaviour and it's consequences.
Following the Curriculum Evening on Reading, the presentation can be accessed here.
'This school takes notice of and adheres to all national and local policies and guidance in regard to Safeguarding Children and Young People.'
Please refer to our Safeguarding and E-Safety page and our Safeguarding and e-safety policies for further information.
See attached email from Carshalton Central Ward regarding helping parents keeping children safe online.
The Southwark Diocesan Multi Academy Trust (MAT)
We had a very positive meeting with 38 parents in attendance. Two presentations were made, followed by a question and answer session. The governing body formally decided to apply to join the Diocesan MAT on Thursday 24 November 2016. The school have made their application to the Southwark MAT in February 2017 with the intention of being part of the MAT from Septemberv 2017.
Presentation by Vice Chair of Governors, Mrs Helen Smith
Presentation by Assistant Director of Southwark Board of Education, Dr Carol Jerwood
Questions asked during the evening and answers
Term Dates 2016 - 2017
You will notice that the Calendar on the website is now a Google Calendar which means that it is downloadable to your mobile devices, enabling you to refer to it wherever you are.
Link to Carshalton All Saints Church Website
Download the March Newsletter here and Sports Newsletter.
These are the nine values that represent our school's Christian ethos. They were chosen by the children and we reflect on them during the year.
'Faith is when you trust in someone or something with all your heart, no matter what.'
'Hope means to believe in yourself when you need to try again.'
'Love is helping each other and not always thinking about yourself.'