It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to New Longton All Saints’ school website. The staff and children have tried to create a user friendly website that will give you an informative snapshot of life at our school whether you are a current parent, a child at our school or a prospective parent looking for the right school for your child.
To find out what is happening in each class, please click on the Children tab at the top of the page.
Weekly newsletters keep you informed of current school matters and the main school policies are available for downloading from our home page.
New Longton is a great Church of England village primary school. Children enjoy being here and they are at the centre of everything we do. We are proud of our children and staff and are committed to providing the best quality care that we can. We were graded as ‘Good’ by OFSTED in May 2015. We were awarded with our Quality Mark 4 in basic skills in October 2012 and Early Years Kitemark in January 2014. We received The Gold Behaviour Mark in April 2016 – the highest award available. We also received Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards for the Woodland’s Trust Green Tree Scheme in May 2016 and we are currently working towards attaining the Platinum Award.
Our attainment is excellent at each key stage, which is above National averages. Alongside this, we provide a creative, broad and varied curriculum, productions, a variety of clubs, educational visits and visitors. Our Worship Leaders, School Council, Eco Council and Digital Leaders give the pupils an important voice within school. As a Church of England Primary School we are very proud of our links with All Saints’ Church and try to provide children with a range of services in church celebrating the Christian festivals.
We currently have 209 children on roll in single aged classes. Over the last few years we have had extensive building work to improve our learning environment. Our latest project was landscaping our Early Years’ area for our Year Reception children. They are loving their new tarmac area, natural grass area and trees and artificial grass when it’s wet! The PTFA has paid for a willow ‘Mouse House’ which the children enjoy playing in.
I hope you enjoy visiting our website and if you need any extra information or would like a tour of the school, please do not hesitate to contact me at the school so I can help further.
Mr James Maloney