Our intention with these booklets is to be as open and transparent as we possibly can be in how we will be determining year 11 students’ grades this summer. As a school we are acting upon all of the guidance that we have received from Ofqual, the Department for Education and JCQ (who act on […]
We have been absolutely delighted to see all of our children back at school again, learning alongside one another with their teachers and tutors. Attendance has been extremely high, as has the uptake of Lateral Flow Testing.
Dear Parents, You will have received the letter from the Headteacher dated 25th February about our plans to return to on-site learning starting on Tuesday 9th March with the offer of 3 COVID-19 tests at school, each 3 to 5 days apart, before providing them with self-testing kits for the week beginning Monday 22nd March. […]
As you will be aware yesterday the Department for Education and Ofqual released the decisions they have made regarding how students in year 11 will get their grades this year following on from the consultation they launched in January with exams being cancelled. There are many documents you may want to investigate further on the […]
Kooth online mental health and wellbeing support for students Here at Admiral Lord Nelson School we are committed to supporting the wellbeing of all our students. We are therefore delighted to inform you about a service to support the wellbeing and resilience of our students that is now available. Kooth provides a safe, secure means […]
Today is National Holocaust Memorial when we reflect and remember those lives that have been lost and affected by genocide throughout history around the world.
Portsmouth City Council is launching a campaign to find your next Member of Youth Parliament (MYP).
If you are aged 11-17 and live in Portsmouth, you can stand for election and you will be able to vote.
This scheme temporarily increases data allowances for mobile phone users on certain networks, so that children and young people can access remote education if their face-to-face education is disrupted.
A short video guide on how to submit work through Google Classroom.
A short video guide on how to find work on Google Classroom and how to check your timetable online through Google Calendar.
Yesterday, the Government announced changes to the start of term for secondary students, in the light of these increased rates of infection across the country.
We usually finish term with our staff Christmas show live in the school hall, however this year for obvious reasons this had to be a recorded performance. We have always had past students wanting to see the show and at the moment we have some students and staff who unfortunately are self-isolating. Therefore we thought […]
We are delighted to present our (virtual) Performing Arts Evening for you all to enjoy!
Fire Cadets is a uniform youth programme for 13-17 year olds run on Fire Stations in their local community and accessible to all. They currently have 3 units in Ringwood, Eastleigh and Gosport and will be opening 2 new units at the end of January in Southsea and Rushmoor. The programme is delivered by volunteer […]
As we approach the end of the most unusual term of my 28 years in teaching, we can reflect back on all we have achieved as a school community with tremendous pride!
We are now entering a period of consultation on our admissions policy for 2022-23 and beyond. The consultation period will run from Monday 14th December 2020 to Monday 25th January 2021.
Thursday 17th December will now be the last day of term for all students.
Dear Parents We hope you and your family are keeping well as we enter the new tier 2 restrictions rather than the national lockdown. Whilst most students in school are acting really responsibly it’s even more important now that everyone follows the safety procedures we have in place so that all staff and students are […]