Ours is a school rooted in partnership - school, parents, church and the community working together for the benefit of each individual child.
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school.
The happiness, well-being and achievement of each child are our main concerns. We strive to create an exciting, stimulating learning environment. An environment that is safe and secure, where children’s welfare is the concern and responsibility of everyone. A place where children are given opportunities to realise their talents across a broad and balanced curriculum, developing into caring and responsible young people.
We believe that the quality of relationships within school between adults and children and with parents and the wider community underpin everything that we are able to achieve as an academy. We are committed to our ‘Open Door Policy’ and partnership with parents, the church and the wider community. We encourage parents and friends to come into school regularly and to participate actively in school life.
Above all, our academy is a place of learning where children are motivated and challenged to reach their potential in every area of their development. All Saints’ has an enthusiastic, caring, committed, professional teaching and non-teaching team, who in partnership with parents, endeavour to achieve the best for each and every child.
All Saints’ CofE Academy is situated on the edge of the village of Leek Wootton, a small village between Warwick and Kenilworth. There has been a school in Leek Wootton for over one hundred years and it was originally housed in a Victorian building in the village. Our primary school was built in 1996 as a result of re-organisation in Warwickshire and the village and church working in partnership to provide our excellent facilities.
The academy’s priority catchment area is the civil parish of Leek Wootton, Hill Wootton and Guys Cliffe but also welcomes families from the surrounding towns and villages.
We admit 20 children into Reception each year and have 140 children in school. The school is organized in five classes, Reception and Year 1 in Oak Class, Year 1 and Year 2 in Ash Class, Year 3 and Year 4 in Dudley Class, Year 4 and Year 5 in Waller Class and Year 6 in Wise Class. In addition to these classrooms accommodation includes a hall, ICT administrative rooms, and the ‘All Saints’ Extra Hub’ including facilities for food technology, and excellent outdoor facilities.