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Mrs Gurner

By | News

The school has been closed to pupils and staff today due to safety concerns after it was discovered there were issues with a full length window in the school hall. The health and safety of pupils is paramount to the Trust and LA, and that is why building management officers have arranged for necessary repairs to be carried out over the weekend as a matter of urgency in order to ensure the school is safe to open as normal next week.

School Update

By | News

Repairs are being made to the urgent work we needed to carry out on the building. We are expecting school to reopen on Monday. Thank you for your patience.

School Closure, Friday 30th November 2018

By | News

As a matter of urgency for essential maintenance and inspection work to be undertaken, we need to close school to all pupils tomorrow.

We apologies for any inconvenience the closure tomorrow may cause and will keep you updated about our position for Monday.



House Sinai win the cup!

By | House Sinai, School News

Yesterday, Sinai House Leaders did a great job organising a party for their house. This was a special reward for house Sinai winning the St Alban’s cup.  They organised party food and games and a great time was had by all.


Cole and Katie gave a wonderful speech, praising children from each year group that have done so much to make our school a happier place.


Well done house Sinai- who will win this terms cup?

Going for Gold

By | News, Newsletter, Year 1, Year 2

A huge well done to all the children who received their Gold Reading Award. These children have read three times, every week since they started back at school in September.


We are so proud of you all.

St Alban’s Memorial Garden

By | News, Religious Education, Year 6

Today a few year 6 children helped create St Alban’s Church memorial garden. The children planted poppies with the names of the 28 soldiers that died in World War 1.

Next time you walk through the Church yard take a look at the 28 poppies and remember the sacrifices that were made by these men and their families.