All Saints Catholic Primary School is a school that aspires to high standards, and is also a place where the unique qualities of each person are nurtured and developed. In partnership with the Anfield Children’s Centre, we aim to care and educate children from birth to 11 years old by offering a wide curriculum delivered in good accommodation in the heart of the Anfield community.
As a Catholic school, we work closely with the Parish of All Saints, Anfield, and, whilst predominantly serving the families from the parish community of All Saints, the school is an outward–looking school, keen to play a central role in serving the whole of the local community.
All Saints takes great pride in being a centre for Resourced Provision, taking up to 20 children from the city with severe and complex learning difficulties. This reflects the inclusive nature of the school and the emphasis placed on giving all children the best chance during their earliest years. The school, the Resourced Provision unit, and the Anfield Children’s Centre all work closely together to make sure every child really does matter. For further information about the Anfield Children’s Centre click here
Recent Ofsted reports in 2012 and 2015 were very positive and confirmed the school’s own evaluation of its strengths and areas for further improvement; we were delighted that in 2015 the inspection team graded the school ‘outstanding’ overall. Ours is a school which is committed to striving for the right balance of education for our children in a rapidly changing modern world.
You can find us in the heart of Anfield, on the junction of Oakfield and Walton Breck Road. Please arrange all appointments through the school office on 0151 263 9561. For more information about Admissions to the school, please contact the school office
Mr J D Barnes