Welcome to Sparkwell All Saints Primary School

Your child’s learning journey starts with you at home and continues to develop through their time at school. A good experience of education can change their lives forever. At Sparkwell we empower our children to learn beyond the classroom and to develop skills that will continue to benefit them throughout their lives. These skills include the ability to be literate and numerate, to communicate effectively, to be able to work with others and to be able to persevere and think logically. 

As a free school we are able to offer something different to parents who want their children to enjoy learning, be nurtured as individuals in a small village school and have a broad range of learning experiences. We have integrated creative, enquiry based learning, the latest technology, the outdoors and full involvement in the local community to create a learning experience that will engage your children and enable each individual to achieve.

We are now able to take children up to and including Year 5 as we grow year-on-year, until we reach our capacity of 105 pupils in 2018. We are a small school in a rural village setting where all staff are able to know the children and their families. We moved into our brand new
building in the heart of the village in January 2016, but also have use of the old school, a cosy Victorian school building next to the village church which we use as a PE and arts based learning space.

We are working closely with local residents and businesses, so we invite anyone who is interested in working with us in project based learning or social enterprise to get in touch.

All the school community share a commitment to keeping our children safe. If you wish to speak in confidence about any safeguarding concerns please speak to me.
Please do contact us for any further information.

Francesca McLoughlin Headteacher (B.Ed. Hons, M.Ed., NPQH) 


Please see our admissions page for further information.