Today our intrepid digital leaders discovered how a computer is made.
On Friday 12th January, Alan Mak MP, Becky O’Melia (Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust) and parents of the presenters came to listen to a Pollinator Promise Presentation by pupils from Years 5 & 6. Pupils from Year 6 also submitted questions to Alan Mak MP, many of which focussed on pollinators and the […]
On Thursday 9th November 2017. Harrison’s daddy came in to talk about his job in the Navy. He works in the operation room and checks the radar on HMS Dragon. He has just been to Gibraltar and during his deployment saw dolphins. He told us how he helps people and keeps us safe and all […]
On the 1st November, Kelly Simm, a GB Olympic gymnast, came to us visit and showed us some of her skills. The reason for this is that all St Alban’s children took part in a sporting event called ‘Sports For Schools’. It is a company that brings in Olympic athletes to schools to help inspire younger […]
Students in Year 6 have been in pairs going into classes (Year R,1,2,3) finding out about what they have been learning . Phoebe and Ben went into Year 2 and spoke to Tiana and Evelyn; they have been studying trees. Every house team has had a set tree to […]
Hello parents and pupils! In Year Six we have been writing a whole page of algebra, dissecting lilies and entering reading diary entries. We have written short stories and we were each able to decide our storyline, it might seem easy but it’s quite […]
This year each class in the school is carrying out a longditudinal study in science. This means that we will be one of the topics we study requires us to observing, study and recording scientific data across the whole year. In Year Six this year we are studying the differences between plant reproduction and considering whether the […]
Last year we had a chance to apply to become worship or values ambassadors. The result of the process was a team of 20 people values and worship ambassadors from all year groups. The ambassadors help to coordinate worship and values activities within thheir class and across the school. We would like to introduce you […]
What do you see here? Hope, forgiveness, bravery, sorrow, justice,REMEMBRANCE? On Wednesday 8th the whole school took part in a Remembrance assembly. Each class came to assembly having thought about what the image of a poppy meant to them. Here are a couple of thoughts from people in our school “Remembrance means remember people who died […]
Many, many congratulations on winning a BEES’ NEEDS CHAMPIONS award from DEFRA. Olivia, Catie, Alex, Heidi, Ingrid and Laura travelled to Kew Gardens on Monday to present to a room of bee friendly projects. Mr Symmonds, Mrs Donnovan and Miss Newman were very proud of them!