All Saints’ School

Educating our children since 1867

‘Aiming for excellence, through working together in a Christian Environment’

General Information: –

Headteacher – Mrs. Angela Filsell.

Contact Details:-
3-19 Hanover Road, Wimbledon, London, SW19 1EB | Tel: 020 8540 3004 | Email:

School Website: –

All Saints’ School is a voluntary aided Church of England School which has a strong link with the local parish of All Saints’ and has a committment to Christian worship and religious education.

All Saints’ Church, the Diocese of Southwark, parents, school staff and the L.E.A are all represented on the Governing Body which has oversight of the organisation, budget and curriculum of the school.

The Parent Teacher Association holds various fund-raising events during the year and welcomes help from any quarter.

The school values highly it’s links with All Saints’ Church and the children are welcomed into the church to celebrate the Christian Festivals and for end-of-term services.  Parents and friends are always welcome at these services.

All the current school information can be found on the dedicated school website, but if you would like to know a little of the early history of our school visit our ‘School History’ page. You might also like to take a look at some of the pictures on our ‘Past in Pictures’ page.’

The Latest News from our School

“Growing Stronger Together in God’s Love.”

The April magazine was produced before the end of term, so school news starts with the final newsletter of term, plus photos of activities.

On 31st March Mrs. Filsell wrote:

“We have made it! It is officially the Easter holidays now and we want to wish you the very happiest of Easters. This term has been full of trials and tribulations, as we have felt the full force of Covid and the disruption that follows it. We want to thank you for your on going support during what has been a tricky term in many ways for us here at school. Huge thanks for the words of kindness and care, and offers of help – our All Saints’ Family remains strong due to this, as ever, our core values of Love, Compassion and Koinonia are strongly felt.

This week, our values were once again lived out in the actions we took in support of the Ukranian Appeal. Over £550 was raised through Monday’s non-uniform day and the Ambassador’s cake sales. A huge well done to our Ambassadors who did such a good job – all much deserving of the Headteacher’s Award this week!

The Eco-Warriors have also quickly become an established team. This week, they received compliments and thanks from the members of the community who observed them litter picking and smartening up our local streets. I feel very proud of them and their work. Well done everyone!

Today, the All Saints’ children and staff also visited All Saints’ Church for the end of term service. This was the first visit since the end of 2019, whereby we all gathered to pray, sing and celebrate the term’s successes – it was so lovely for everyone to be back there. Thank you to Father Christopher, Jenny Hardy (Parish Administrator and  Governor) and Allison Scandett, our Chair of Governors, who hosted and supported the visit. We hope that come end of Summer term, parents will also be in attendance..”

Year 5 investigated the perimeter of rectangles and rectilinear shapes. They also designed their dream house and worked out the perimeter of each room.

In English, Year 3 were using their senses when describing nature and the colours they could see.

Nursery on an Easter Egg Hunt. ……

………and hot cross buns in Reception.

Ducklings in Reception.

Towards the end of last term, both Year 5 classes visited the Household Cavalry Museum.

Several year groups visited All Saints Church to learn about an aspect of their RE curriculum.

Here, Fr. Christopher is talking to the Year 5 classes, and asking them questions. They answered up well.

Nursery learnt about pollination. They dressed up as busy bees and collected ‘pollen’ from the  flowers to take back to the bee hive.

Year 4 had a visit from a dentist who taught them lots of things like how to properly care for their teeth, how often to visit the dentist and how sugar can affect their teeth.

The week beginning 28th March was Autism awareness week, and the month of April was Autism awareness month.

To support this, the school spent some time learning more about   Autism.  They  carefully selected activities that are age appropriate and will help the children have a better understanding of some of the differences we have and how we can support one another.

Year 3 have been learning about pounds and pence.

On Tuesday 19th April, The school re-opened after the Easter break.

In her newsletter to parents, Mrs. Filsell wrote:

“Dear Family,

Welcome back everyone! I hope you all enjoyed a restful and  relaxing Easter break—whether it was spent at home or away.

The children have certainly made a positive and energetic return to school in readiness for the busy Summer term ahead.

As we begin the Summer term, please ensure that children arrive on time, so as to maximise every moment available for learning. We do have some persistent late comers and will be engaging with Merton’s Educational Welfare Officer to support you in     ensuring ALL children get to school on time. Classroom doors open at 8:40 on Haydons Road and 8:45 at Hanover Road. The bell rings at 8:55 for the start of the school day in both buildings.

You will have received letters today provided to us by Merton public health regarding schools’ position in ‘Living with Covid’. Please read these carefully so as to ensure we work hard to re-store school attendance to the very high level we expected prior to the pandemic.

Finally, please also remember to ensure that your child/children are wearing the correct uni-form items and footwear (no open toed sandals please).

Here’s hoping that we are blessed with ample sunshine for our Summer term ahead! Enjoy a wonderful weekend. “

From the start of the summer term, the  timings and charges for Wraparound Care have changed:

Breakfast Club         Monday – Friday    7.30 – 8.45 am

After School Club     Monday – Friday    3.30 – 6.00 pm

The cost of wraparound will be:    Breakfast  Club £6.00 – After School Club   £12.00   A/S Discount £8.00

Bookings for Wraparound Care must be made as follows – Before 7am for Breakfast Club. Before 3pm for Afterschool Club.


Senior Leadership Team


Senior Leadership Team

Headteacher  – Mrs. Angela Filsell

Deputy Headteacher – Miss Hannah Clarke

Assistant Head with responsibility for SEN – Abi Wilkinson

Assistant Head & EYFS Senior Leader – Mrs. Helen Kent

KS2 Senior Leader+Nurture & Behaviour Lead – Mrs. Rene Ghassibe

KS1 Senior Leader – Mrs. Kat Durber – Tsielepsis

Administrative Team

Admissions & Attendance Officer – Denny Piper

Administrative Assistant (Hanover Road) – Pat Stewart

Business Manager (Haydons Road) – Connie Stewart

Administrative Assistant (Haydons Road)- Bernie Agnew

Hanover Road                                     Class Teacher

Nursery a.m. – St Mary                     Mrs. Sarah Worsley                    

Nursery p.m. – St Joseph

Reception – St Thomas      Mrs. Sarah Jackson

Reception – St Ruth                  Mrs. Helen Kent

Year1 – St Paul           Miss Jenisha Stirling                      

Year1 – St Elizabeth      Miss Rebecca Lawler                            

Year 2 – St William         Mrs. Charlotte Mumme/Mrs Helen Dellaghlou

Year2 – St Catherine      Mrs. Kat Durber – Tsielepsis                       

Year 3 – St Mark                   Miss Natasha Gnomes      

Year 3 – St Margaret      Mrs. Leanne Algar       

Haydons Road                        Class Teacher                               

Year 4 – St Richard        Mrs. Victoria Bradbury               

Year 4 – St Frances     Miss Nicola Patton           

Year 5 – St Theodore     Miss Anna Miskimmin

Year 5 – St Isabelle       Miss Nadia Martin – Modest

Year 6 – St Julian                    Mrs. Rene Ghassibe

Year 6 – St Hugh          Miss Emily Southward

There are also 4 HLTA’s and 15 TA’s. working in the school.

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