Last night we received further guidance from the DFE about sports days.
School have considered the guidance and also the fact that we have had a recent bubble closure, and decided to NOT invite parents to sports day.
We are disappointed that parents will not be part of our sports days, but we must prioritise staying open and minimise the risk of infection.
Mrs Cooper is an excellent photographer, and has agreed to take take photos of the children to share on class dojo.
We are 11th on the leader board! A huge thank you to all the people who have signed up for this initiative.
To get points you need to scan two boxes within one hour.
Also if you register fobs on Beat the Street Facebook page you automatically get 100 points.
Come on St Alban’s – we can Beat the Street!
Our school is getting involved in an exciting community challenge called Beat the Street. On Friday we will send home fobs, maps and leaflets with the children.
Beat the Street is a challenge across Rotherham where local schools, workplaces and community groups compete to see who can walk, run, cycle and scoot the furthest by the end of the game.
Find Beat Boxes around your area and hover your contactless fob to earn points for your team and help win hundreds of pounds worth of prizes. Playing the game is easy, just follow these simple steps:
1, Register your fob online at beatthestreet.me/rotherham to join your chosen team.
2, Find your nearest Beat Box and hover your fob until it beeps and flashes.
3, Walk, run, cycle and scoot to a different Beat Box within an hour. Hover your fob to earn 10 points.
4, Carry on your journey to score 10 points for each extra Beat Box you visit.
Please see the attached powerpoint for further information.
St Alban’s is renowned for its sporting excellence and achievements. Due to Covid-19, things have had to be a little different this year.
Please see our Sporting Excellence page for the latest update.
We are very proud of Alfie and Hughie who ran the ‘Virtual London Marathon’ with their mum to raise money for Rethink Mental Illness. Both boys ran a mile with their mum and together they raised £6350.
What an achievement!