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Welcome to All Saints' College Junior School. At All Saints' education is concerned with the development of the whole individual. The emphasis in our Transition, Infants and Primary programmes is to ensure that the students develop a strong sense of morality, integrity and responsibility towards others. All students are encouraged to practise respect and tolerance, to celebrate diversity, to discover new interests, to form new friendships and to develop a style of leadership centred on service.

The extensive curricular and co-curricular program provides students with a balanced development of the intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual elements of life in order to enable them to reach their potential both as a student and as a member of the Christian community.

In the Junior School we aim to provide students with an engaging and relevant curriculum where process is just as important as content. Learning how to learn and developing thinking skills is what is important in today's rapidly changing society.

I look forward to working with you and your child and making your association with All Saints' a fulfilling, productive and an enjoyable experience.

Mr Christopher Jackman (Head of Junior School)

















Mr Chris Jackman
Head of Junior School


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