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We are all so proud of two of our wonderful Year 6 children who were confirmed last night at Dinnington.
Ava and Annie have attended classes each week and shown real dedication and love of their faith.

Confirmation classes are optional in Year 6, and Mrs Cooper will let you know when you can express interest for next year.

TPT – Kids Spring Bank Activity Pack

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Good afternoon

Half term is just a week away, so we’ve uploaded our latest Kids Half term activity pack on to our website that is available free for parents and carers to download.

Once again, the pack contains lots of fun activities for the holidays that include making a raft out of twigs, making butterfly cakes, learning about Spring flowers and honey bees, and helping us at TPT HQ to celebrate the Trail’s 35th Birthday with some fun activities.

The pack is aimed at primary school children with help as necessary from their parents or carers, and older children may enjoy some of the activities too.

The activity pack can be used ‘on the go’ by downloading it to a mobile or can be printed at home. We’re also happy to send out printed copies to people who don’t have a printer or are unable to access the PDF.  All they need to do is email us their address and we post it out to them.

Download it from our Children’s page at:

We hope your children enjoy the activities.  We’d love to receive your feedback about the pack and suggestions for activities to include in our next pack that we’ll be producing for the Summer holidays, just email us at

Kind Regards

TPT Team

Easter at St Alban’s

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Easter is a very special time of year for Christians, and something which we have enjoyed celebrating over the last week here at school.  Here are just some of the highlights.

Children in Reception re-enacted when Jesus came into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday.  They had used their amazing scissor skills to create some wonderful paper palm leaves.

We had a very successful Easter Fair, arranged by our fantastic PTA.  Children took part in Easter egg hunts, tombolas, hoopla and of course, ate plenty of yummy Easter treats.

On the final day of term everyone went to St Alban’s Church to thank God for giving us his only son.  The year 6 children helped to act out the story of the Crucifixion and the Resurrection to help all of the younger children to understand.

And of course, it wouldn’t be a St Alban’s Easter without a visit from the Easter Bunny…

We wish all of our families a very happy and peaceful Easter.

Mrs Gurner & Mrs Higson

A very special letter

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We were delighted to receive this letter in the post today from the Minister for Schools.  This is to acknowledge the truly amazing achievements of our Year 4s in their multiplication tables checks last year.  Out of the 16,000 schools in England, St Alban’s was in the top 200.  We are so proud of all of the children, parents and teachers who help our children to be their best every day.

Flu Vaccination – Friday 10th November

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Dear Parent,

If you would like your child to receive the flu vaccination in school, please follow this link to complete an online consent form;

The vaccinations will take place at your child’s school on Friday 10th November. This link will close on 8th  November. If your child has already had the Nasal Flu Vaccination since Sept 2023 please disregard this msg. If you have any problems accessing the link, please telephone 0333 358 3397 option 6.

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