Oliver Oliver!

By | News, Year 3

We are very excited about performing Oliver to you this week! The programmes are ready and will be available to buy for 50p on the day. One per family initially, to ensure all children have a keepsake. Thank you to Mr & Mrs Jones for their help in the production of these.

Fearne so kindly made a celebration chocolate cake for myself and all the helpers! It is delicious – thank you too to Nonna who helped!

If anyone has a good camera and wouldn’t mind taking a few pictures for us please let myself or Mrs Tune know.

See you all on Thursday!

Super Independent Writers

By | FS2, News

Look who came to visit me today! These FS2 children have been writing their own version of Whatever Next-independently. These impressive 4 and 5 year old children are writing:

-at length

-in full sentences

-remember how to spell tricky words

-use good vocabulary



Y6 SATs Practice

By | Uncategorized

Last week the year 6 underwent a mock SATs week. I have marked their papers and the children will be bringing a sheet home with their results on them. Feel free to pop in and speak to me if you have any questions regarding them – Mr Frelich

Y6 Homework

By | Uncategorized

I posted the wrong picture on the homework page. I showed the grammar picture when it was supposed to be the reading picture. My apologies for this. It is now corrected.


Mr Frelich

Carmel’s Book Sale

By | FS2, House Carmel, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

Thank you for for supporting House Carmel’s book sale with your kind book donations.


The book sale went really well but has been cut short due to school closing. So when we return to school we will continue to sell books at break times.

We have a great selection of good quality books and most books cost 50p. All money raised will go towards buying new seating for the library area.


Thank you


By | News, School News, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6

St Alban’s School will be closed tomorrow, Thursday 1st March.


It is clear that temperatures will remain below freezing, and there is the threat of continued heavy snow showers. This decision has been made to ensure the health and safety of all staff and pupils.


Please help us to ensure all parents receive this message by sharing through your own social media.


Thank you,