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.”

On Friday 10th February, Mrs. Filsell wrote:

“This week at All Saints’, we have been busy thinking about Safer Internet Day. This year’s theme is, ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’. All classes have got ‘stuck in’ to activities reminding them how to be safe online. Thank you to Miss Walker and Miss Gomes for their help in supporting the launch this week.

This theme has also married up beautifully with Children’s Mental Health Week, whereby children have reflected upon what makes them special and unique and how staying connected to our communities is a source of comfort and strength. This was presented brilliantly by St Margaret Class as they chose this as the theme of their class-led collective   worship. They linked their discussions and learning in with our values here at school — being shown compassion, love and feeling part of our school community is just one way of caring for our own, and others’, mental health. They sang ‘Lean on Me’, bringing a tear to the audience’s eyes! Well done St Margaret, a job well done!

Staying Connected in St William.

On Friday 24th February. Mrs. Filsell wrote:

I do hope that you all had a lovely half term—here at school it seems like a distant memory already! We have started back as we mean to go on —busy and learning!

As you will see in our photos this week, we have much to celebrate, with children in Year 1 having enjoyed an RNLI talk. They learnt from a visitor who came to talk to the cohort about water safety and what the RNLI do on the Thames and at the coast. The children enjoyed seeing footage of the boats and also hearing stories about some of the animals they have rescued. The children also learnt what number to call if we get into trouble by the water!

Year 4 got ‘out and about’ this week and visited the Wimbledon Tennis Museum. They had a wonderful time learning about this exciting sport. Huge thanks to all our parent volunteers who made this trip happen too!

In school, we were once again delighted to have Father Christopher lead our Ash Wednesday services. As you will see from our photo gallery, many children involved themselves by being ashed. The children’s faith groups led prayer and the services were beautiful. As you will know, Ash Wednesday marks the start of the season of Lent, a time of fasting,   repentance and prayer in the lead up to Easter. As in previous years, we will be participating in the Bishop of Southwark’s Lent Call, the theme being ’How Shall We Sing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land?’ Psalm 134v4. This of course is very fitting given the challenges in Turkey, Syria and the Ukraine to name just a few areas around the world who have been impacted by sudden disruption and need our prayer and help. Faith Group will be joining forces with the Ambassadors next week to work together on these causes.

Miss Lopez put together a collage of photos showing  children across the school engaging in their music       sessions. The progress the children have made under Miss Lopez’s guidance has been amazing!

The children LOVE their music lessons.

Safer Internet Day.

All Saints’ celebrated Safer Internet Day  before half– term. The children took part in a range of activities which opened up lots of interesting conversations about how to stay safe online.

Year 1 read Digiducks story, about his big decision… Should he share a silly photo of one of his friends? The children role-played the right thing to do using masks and discussed what would happen if he made the wrong choice.

Year 3 started the day by writing down a question they have about online safety and then had a snow ball fight! They also discussed the main online issues and ranked them from ‘need help with the most’ – ‘need help with the least’.

Year 2 discussed all the different amazing things you can do on the internet.

However they also considered that things can go wrong when online, and that it is important to have safe adults to turn to for help.

We will be celebrating World Book Day at All Saints’ on Wednesday 1st March.

Each year the children are invited to go to school dressed as a  character from a book –  but this year, as  part of the Eco Committee’s commitment to sustainability, the children were invited to re-use costumes.

Parents were given the opportunity to donate (and potentially then choose from) pre-loved World Book Day costumes for their children.

A donation box was placed at each site on Monday 27th February (am and pm) and Tuesday 28th February (am). There was then a chance for parents to browse and pick-up a pre-loved costume after school on Tuesday 28th February.

No doubt there will be a report on World Book Day at All Saints’ School in next months magazine.

Over the next few weeks some year groups will be visiting the church as part of their RE curriculum.

Also this month, the children in Year 6 will be going on a 5-day  residential trip to to Grittleton House, an  outdoor pursuits centre in Chippenham Wiltshire They go on Monday morning (13th March) and return on Friday afternoon.

Two weeks later (the last week of this term) the children in Year 5 will be going on their residential trip to the same venue.

Previously, the residential trip has been arranged for the children  when they are in Year 5, but having been a victim of the Covid pandemic, Year 5 and Year 6  are both having their residential trip this year to get the experience back on track.

The School will be breaking up for the Easter holidays on Friday 31st March, at 2 pm. They will finish the day by coming into church for their usual end of term service to which parents are invited.

We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday, and look forward to seeing everyone back at school on Monday 17th April.

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