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Primary School League Tables 2017

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The Telegraph has produced a searchable league table, revealing the top 1,000 schools in England.

Schools have been ranked according to the percentage of pupils who have reached the expected standard, and the percentage who have performed above it.

 

St Alban’s C of E Primary School has been ranked 4th in the Country. This is an amazing achievement. A huge well done to our staff, parents, governors but, most importantly, our amazing children, who work so hard and make us so proud!

School Uniform and Staffing for 2017-2018

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Click on the link to open a letter about school uniform changes and staffing for 2017-2018.

 

Thank you to those of you who have responded to our questionnaire regarding the school uniform, and also to those of you who have emailed or passed on comments in recent weeks. We place huge importance on listening to our parents and your views have really mattered to us.

School Uniform

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We would like to know what you think about the proposed changes to school uniform. We have therefore provided a simple questionnaire for all parents to complete in order to gather a broader contribution. We are conscious that time is moving on and parents need final confirmation soon, and therefore we are asking for all questionnaires to be completed and returned to the school office by Wednesday 10th May 2017. For more information about proposed changes to school uniform click on this link. 

 

We received a key stage 2 congratulatory letter

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Congratulatory letters were sent by the Minister of State for Schools, Nick Gibb MP to primary schools based on 2016 key stage 2 results. We are very pleased to announce that we are one of the 12 schools that received a letter because 100% of our pupils reached the expected standard in reading and writing. 

Well done St Alban’s!

Flanderwell Primary (our sister school) also received a letter because they are in the top 10% of schools that made excellent progress in mathematics, reading and writing.

For more information click on the link.