The end of term at All Saints has been packed full with fun, laughter and Christmas cheer. Students and teachers have come together as one community to eat, laugh and share in glory of Christ's birth.
Earlier in the week our Student Council and Student Leadership Team hosted #TinselTuesday - an afternoon of fun, festive student led extra curricular activities. Students were offered the opportunity to sign up and participate in one of two workshops: Christmas tree decoration with Ms Nicholls and Christmas biscuit/cake decoration with Ms Obikoya. As you'll see from the results below, our students had a wonderful time and produced some impressive results. A huge thankyou to Ms Nicholls and Ms Obikoya for hosting the sessions and to our Student Council and Student Leadership Team who did all of the organising. We look forward to seeing what you will come up with next.
On Thursday we treated all students to a complimentary Christmas Dinner, complete with Christmas crackers, party hats, songs, and prizes. Students were invited down to the hall in their year groups, and ate as a form with their form tutor. Everyone enjoyed tucking into turkey with all the trimmings, cooked to perfection by our kitchen staff and delivered to the dinner table by members of our teaching staff. When students weren't feasting they were tuning in to an extra special Christmas edition of "Good Morning All Saints" on our You Tube channel 'All Saints TV'. It gave them a glimpse of what their peers have been getting up to in the build up to Christmas, an insightful interview with Mr O'Neill where he tested his subject knowledge and answered their previously submitted questions, and last but not least a surprise visit from Santa Claus! If you want to watch at home, you can do so below. Don't forget to like and subscribe!
Last but not least, the school year was rounded off with everyone's favourite annual tradition - the Staff Pantomime. This year we presented "Snow White" - written and directed by Mr Holland. Students watched with their year group and judging by the raucous laughter, thoroughly enjoyed watching their teachers transform from form tutors and Heads of Year into Kings, Queens and magical mirrors. They particularly seemed to enjoy watching their teachers make total fools of themselves. Students left with huge smiles on their faces and as a school community we finished the school year on a high. We're already looking forward to welcoming you back in 2022.