Welcome to Laughton All Saints' C of E Primary School for children aged 3-11. We are a friendly, busy school who are very proud of our children! We are proud to be a part of the Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust (DSAT).
At Laughton All Saints', the children are at the heart of everything we do. Our community is made up of our wonderful children, staff, parents and governors. We aim to nurture outward looking, independent, self regulating individuals, whose academic and social development is underpinned by Christian values. At Laughton All Saints', we encourage and strive to allow all of our children 'let their light shine' so that they achieve their full potential and learn how to make a valuable contribution to their world.
We are a small school, with a long history and a close community, with the Church at its heart. Our dedicated staff team and very supportive governors share the same vision: that all of our children are valued as individuals who can achieve their very best with bespoke support. We affirm the Church of England philosophy that: 'The ultimate worth of each person is grounded in being created in the image of God and in God’s love and compassion for each.' (p. 9)
Our aim is to provide the children in our care with rich and memorable learning experiences and to foster a love of learning, so that they become successful learners and responsible citizens. We have high expectations for all our children in terms of their work and their behaviour, offering both challenge and support, to enable them to achieve their very best. We are very proud of our school and of its commitment to providing excellence everyday, in every way.
Please have a look around our website and don't hesitate to contact us. We really would recommend that you come and see the school in person so that you can meet our incredible school community and to feel what it is like to be a part of our Christian family.
We look forward to warmly welcoming you.
For general enquiries and further information, or to request a paper copy of any of the content from this website, please contact Mrs Karen Hague (administrator) on 01909 550531 or email firstname.lastname@example.org