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 Rev. Mic Johnson is the minister at All Hallows Church.


We are very proud of our links with All Hallows Church in Gedling. We regularly support their family services, as well as taking the whole school over to the church for special celebrations.

Our Vision

Wanting the best for each member of the school – within a Christian environment, gladly working in partnership with each other, with home, church and the community.



We are proud to be a Church of England school.

Our Christian ethos is important to us, and is reflected in everything that we do.

All Hallows Church of England Primary School has an ethos and teaching founded on Christian values and the belief that individuals are created by God and precious in His sight. We value and respect children of all faiths, and promote equality and respect. 




All Hallows School endeavours to prepare children for a full, satisfying, and happy life. Recognising its historic foundation, the school will preserve and develop its religious character in accordance with the principles of the Church of England and in partnership with the Church of All Hallows, Gedling. Our school embraces and welcomes all cultures and faiths, and is proud of the equal opportunities provided for all children. The school aims to serve its community by providing an education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. Children will achieve their full potential in a happy environment, with high academic challenge, where every child matters in a climate of respect, caring and sharing.  All Hallows aspires to be at the heart of the community, with the children at the heart of the school.





Give me the strength to be kind

And to respect everyone and everything.

Remind me always to use my manners

And give me the courage to make the right choices.

Bless our whole school family,

And our wider family across the world.

Thank you for being with us,

And helping us in all that we do.



Each class has its own prayer board, which are utilised by the class teacher.

Our prayer board in the hall is regularly updated with new prayers written by the children. These are used in our acts of worship.