Theo, Dylan and Peace were all invited to represent their House at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
Emelia, Harry and Victoria were all invited to represent their House at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
Blake, Charlee, Grace and Matilda were all invited to represent their House at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
Jessica, Tegan, Kenzie and Landon were all invited to represent their House at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
On Tuesday 1st October we were delighted to host 7 School Leaders from Nigeria at Admiral Lord Nelson School. They chose to visit our school to learn more about our inclusive ethos, our creative curriculum, how state education works in the UK and especially how we focus on developing young people into lifelong learners with […]
Lily, Ellie, Max and George were all invited to represent their House at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
Dear parents, I am writing to you to inform you that next week there will be a number of changes to the school site, commencing on Thursday 3rd October and lasting until September 2020. No access to school site to vehicles for pick up and drop off The southern half of the existing car park […]
There may be some disruption today to our Telephone lines due to maintenance work. If you would prefer to email us, please do so on [email protected] Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause
Sonny (Mary-Rose), Caleb (Spinnaker), George (Warrior) and Erin (Victory) were all invited to represent their House group to attend the first Hot Choc Friday of the school year! Well done to all students!
Roman, Patrick, Louise and Yasmine were all invited to represent their House group to attend the first Hot Choc Friday of the school year! Well done to all students!
Yesterday, the Lord Mayor, Councillor David Fuller and the Lady Mayoress, Mrs Leza Tremorin, held a formal reception (on behalf of the City of Portsmouth) so that he could thank all the staff, students, parents, Governors and volunteers at Admiral Lord Nelson School for their excellent work over so many years that resulted in us […]
Dear parents, We have been contacted today by Penelope Anne (one of our uniform stockists) to inform us that there have been difficulties obtaining stock of some uniform items, especially the polo shirts. Penelope Anne have informed us that they have provided the old uniform free of charge to help families who ordered uniform that […]
Over the last week of term we welcomed 28 Chinese students from Gongyi Middle School into our school for an immersive British School experience. On Friday 12th July they took part in a specially designed Personal Development Day exploring key elements of the Duke of Edinburgh Award. They explored our school through an orienteering task […]
Monday 15th July saw the last big performance event of the year at ALNS; Performing Arts Evening. The evening celebrated the best of performance talent showcasing Music, Drama and Dance and a short collaborative performance with 28 Chinese students that had been working with us. The evening kicked off with a video of this year’s […]
Dear Parents, As we come to the end of the 2018-19 academic year, I look back with a sense of immense pride on another amazingly successful year. Even after 21 years at Admiral Lord Nelson School I remain astounded by how much we achieve together as a result of the strong working relationships that exist […]
On Tuesday 9th July ALNS was proud to lead the way in helping to plan the first ever Portsmouth Arts Network Festival. The festival aimed to bring together art work and performances from as many schools in the city as possible to celebrate young peoples voices in Portsmouth. 7 schools created performances which went on […]
The Nautical Training Corps offers a broad range of activities during evenings and weekends for cadets to learn new skills and to have fun.
Friday 12th July is our next PD Day. Students will be taking part in the following days: Year 7: Trip to Boulogne (please check letters for times) or if in school they will be taking part in Bastille Day. Year 8: STEM Day in school Year 9: Duke of Edinburgh Day – please ensure students […]