All Saints CofE Aided Infant School

Love to Learn and Learn to Love

Forest School engages and inspires our pupils to learn and explore in a woodland setting, whilst teaching self-esteem, team work and how to truly value the stunning natural world"What an amazing Sports Day! Watching the children support and cheer each other on was just lovely and demonstrates, yet again, what a special school All Saints has become"All Saints aims to provide a happy, family atmosphere in a Christian Community which delights in learning in a safe, stimulating environment."I consider my child very lucky to be attending a school that is teaching her, not only the ever-changing curriculum, but also (and far more importantly) that it is fun to LEARN"“There is a good range of high quality additional activities that enrich the curriculum and promote pupil’s development and enjoyment” Ofsted

Policies and Documents

For all Covid19 policies, please see our Covid-19 tab

 2017-20 Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development Policy.pdfDownload
 2018-20 Intimate Care Policy.pdfDownload
 2019-20 Attendance policy.pdfDownload
 2019-21 Special Educational Needs Policy.pdfDownload
 2019-22 Equality Policy.pdfDownload
 2020-21 Antibullying Policy.pdfDownload
 2020-21 Child Protection Safeguarding Policy.pdfDownload
 2020-21 First Aid in Schools Policy.pdfDownload
 2020-21 H&S policy.pdfDownload
 2020-21 Supporting children with medical conditions and administration of medicine policy.pdfDownload
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Complaints Procedure summary

From time to time you may have a query or worry about an aspect of your child’s schooling. What can you do? 

  • We expect all our pupils, staff and parents to listen carefully and respectfully to each other.

  • In the first instance, any concerns should be discussed with your child’s class teacher as soon as possible.

  • Where you are unable to resolve the concern with the class teacher you should contact the Headteacher.

  • In the unlikely event that a complaint has not been addressed to your satisfaction you should contact the Chair of Governors by letter or email

  • A formal complaint in writing to the Governing Body via the Chair should be made if the issue remains unresolved, when it will be addressed by a small panel of Governors.

  • Should the issue still remain, a formal complaint may be made directly to the Education Committee by contacting the Director of Education on 08456 009 009

More information about the Complaints Process is included in the document ‘Responding to Concerns about Surrey County Council Schools’ which is available in the policies list, above.