1. SMAT football tournament

    This was a wonderful afternoon where All Saints ‘Green and White Army’ showcased their footballing talent against the might of the other SMAT schools at Barnsley FC.  


    It certainly does! We were delighted by the number of children Mrs Wilkinson (PSA and Attendance Officer) was able to award Improved Attendance certificates to at a special assembly this week. Apart from the certificate the children LOVED the confetti fountain which was fired to celebrate their achievement.   Look out for more Attendance Award Assemblies Continue…

  3. Huddersfield Veterans visit Y6

    The children of Year 6 had a wonderful afternoon with the Huddersfield and District Army Veterans Association. The Veterans told the children what life was like during World War 2 and in the intervening years. It was a very interesting afternoon and the children enjoyed handling the memorabilia and meeting the veterans. They particularly enjoyed Continue…

  4. Barnsley Young Champions!

    WOW! What an experience it has been for our winners of the SMAT Louder than Life competition. First of all they won the school competition before going through to the SMAT finals at Priory Campus. They were delighted to win that after giving a very confident presentation and were amazed to hear that their prize would Continue…

  5. Sports Relief 2018

    A massive thank you to Tesco, Morrisons and Fruit and Veg Delivery Barnsley for their kind donations of fruit which were sold today in aid of Sport Relief. The children had a wonderful day, full of sporting activities and enjoyed the fruit stall. We raised a total of £265 which will be split between Sports Relief and Continue…

  6. Mother’s Day

    We were delighted to welcome so many mums, aunts, grans and even a few dads to our Mother’s Day service. The children entertained the audience with poems, prayers, thoughts and songs and Reverend David shared a special message with everyone. Well done All Saints you’ve done it again –  what a lovely celebration. The children Continue…

  7. World Book Day

    Due to the snow closures, this couldn’t be held on the actual World Book Day but on the following week. Nevertheless, the children and staff looked incredible in their costumes and all enjoyed a range of reading based activities throughout the day.


    Year 6 had a fantastic World War 2 Theme Day where they experienced a little of what it was like to be an evacuee escaping from the Blitz. The children, looking very authentic in their costumes, were evacuated to the Church Hall, where they were ‘adopted’ by local farmers etc to work on the land. Continue…

  9. Judo fun!

    We were fortunate to be able to offer a Judo taster session to children from Y1 to Y6. They had an amazing time, learned new skills and loved the experience.

  10. Ahoy Matey, here be pirates!

    Year 1 enjoyed a wonderful pirate theme day. Pirate Pete ran aground on the school field and needed the help of Y1 to build waterproof, windproof shelters out of the remains of his ship. They then had an afternoon filled with pirate fun – creating and following maps and of course, finding buried treasure!