By | Religious Education, Year 4

Last weekend, Aliza celebrated Eid with her family.  Today, she showed us her lovely new outfit she wore for the celebrations and told us more about how she celebrates Eid at home.  Thank you for sharing Aliza.

Notice of Election

By | House Carmel, House Jericho, House Jordan, House Sinai, News


Elections for the school house themes will be held on the 9th July 2018


All children in FS2 and Years 1 – 5 may vote.


Voting will take place in the school hall during the morning of Monday 9th July.


If you have any questions, please ask your class teacher.


Published by Amy Gurner

2nd July 2018

Great Maths in Year 1 – Using what we know

By | Maths, Year 1

Great maths from Year 1.  They are all using number facts that they know to solve other problems.

If you know 4 + 3 = 7 then you also know 40 + 30 = 70

If you know 7 – 2 = 5.  What is 70 – 20?

Why not tell Mrs. Whyman and explain to her how you know.

What other problems could you solve like this?

A prayer for our year 6 children

By | News, Religious Education, Year 6

Dear Lord,

As I take this test, I thank you that my value is not based on my performance, but on your great love for me.

Help me, not only with this test, but the many tests of life that are sure to come my way.

As I take this test, bring back to my mind everything I have studied and be gracious with what I have overlooked.

Help me to remain focused and calm, confident in the facts and in my ability, and firm in the knowledge that no matter what happens today you are there with me.


What is GDPR?

By | News

We have added a new page to our school website informing parents about how the new  GDPR (general data protection regulations) will impact on our school. For more information  visit our GDPR page or watch this short film.

Rugby Festival April 2018

By | Sport, Sporting Excellence

We are still waiting for the results from Wickersley Rugby Festival. However, Mrs Jepson said that the children had a winning attitude. With superb team spirit, manners and a healthy competitive attitude, they represented St Alban’s in the finest way.


A huge thank you to Mr Woodhouse and Mrs Wagstaff who volunteered to take the children – their support meant that we could take 4 teams.


See more photos of the event in our school gallery.