Our #alnsalumni – Lauren Golledge

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I left ALNS in 2004, went to South Downs College, Chichester College and then Colchester Institute to continue studying drama and musical theatre, which was always my favourite subject at school. I graduated university in 2010 and moved back to Portsmouth, unsure of what to do as I didn’t feel that I had the skill […]

Disco Tickets Now Open to Year 8

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Year 8 students have been invited to join the Year 7 Disco on Friday 29th March at 6.30pm Tickets are £5.00 and are available in the Mall before school on Monday – Thursday. 8 lucky students will receive a ‘How to be a DJ session’ drawn on the night of the disco – date of […]

Admiral Lord Nelson School at Soundsational

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On Wednesday 13th March the cast from this year’s production of FAME performed live on stage at the Guildhall Portsmouth as part of Soundsational, which is a celebration of music and Performance in secondary schools in Portsmouth. The 40 strong cast were excited to perform part of the show for the first time in front of […]

Portsmouth University and Portsmouth Football Club visit ALNS

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On Tuesday 19th March, Year 10 PE students had the opportunity to take part in a motivational session with Portsmouth University and Portsmouth Football Club, Mark Caitlan Chief Executive, Anna Mitchell Commercial Director and Christian Burgess shared their tips for overcoming challenges, ‘to believe in yourself’ and to prepare and plan for the future, Christian […]

Down Syndrome Awareness Week – 18th – 24th March 2019

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Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association provides a free School Advisory Service and Training for over 70 schools in Portsmouth and surrounding areas, including ALNS.  This week is Down Syndrome Awareness Week. We are asking for your help to raise awareness by ‘liking’ or ‘following’ them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and for every new ‘like’ or ‘follow’, […]

Our #alnsalumni – Holly Dennis

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What have you done after your life at ALNS? I have completed a level 3 health and social care qualification at Portsmouth College as well as coming back to ALNS to volunteer. What has your biggest achievement been since leaving ALNS? My biggest achievement since leaving ALNS is gaining a place at Chichester university to […]

Our #alnsalumni – Natalie Relf

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What have you done after your life at ALNS?    My name is Natalie Relf and after leaving ALNS I was lucky enough to gain a scholarship to a performing arts college called Laine theatre Arts. I was there for three years and upon graduating I was then lucky enough to work onboard some of […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Jo Warwick

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Jo Warwick was Keen, left ALNS in 2001, was in the second intake to this new as yet un-built school. I have great memories of Penhale road school where we were temporarily while the school was being built. Moving to the new shiny big school was terrifying, we didn’t realise how lucky we we were. […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Matt Fisher

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Matt Fisher – ALNS Leaver 2011 My name is Matt Fisher and I attended ALNS between 2006 & 2011. Whilst at ALNS I was very involved in the Drama department and upon leaving school took on a BTEC in Musical Theatre at Southdowns College before moving on to Chichester University to undertake a degree in […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Dan Rhodes

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Dan Rhodes – ALNS Leaver 2016 I attended sixth-form college and achieve three A’levels and now attend Brighton University studying Critical History and am living my best life… I LOVE IT! • What has your biggest achievement been since leaving ALNS? I would probably say managing to get through college as it was a very […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Lucy Webb

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Since leaving ALNS in 2005 I have succeeded in numerous achievements to include further and higher education, a career working for one of the UKs leading airlines and even returned to ALNS as an employee working with the schools most vulnerable and challenging students. As well as reaching my goals academically and career success, I […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Billie Deacon

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Billy Deacon – ALNS Leaver 2010 Since leaving ALNS I went on to study Musical Theatre at South Downs college and then achieved a BA honors in dance at Creative Academy. Since then I have then worked as a dancer, singer and choreographer around the world in many different countries including Greece, the Canary Islands […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Holly Ramejkis

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Hi I’m Holly Ramejkis now 32, mum to 3 beautiful boys, since leaving Admiral I’ve had a list of jobs from being a legal secretary to selling mobile phone, over the past 5 years is where I have found my dream job. I currently run a photography company called dimples and daisies. We empower women […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Rosie King

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Rosie King – ALNS Leaver 2013 What have you done after your life at ALNS? Whilst at school I discovered my love and passion for acting. After leaving ALNS I went on to train at drama college in Essex and am now a working professional actress. What has your biggest achievement been since leaving ALNS? […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Billy Cornish

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Billy Cornish – ALNS Leaver 2013 Hi I’m Billy Cornish I’m 22 and I went to alns in 2008-2013. After ALNS I went to Portsmouth college for a year, then I began working on the railway when I was 18. My biggest achievement since leaving school has been running in the great south run and […]

Our #alnsAlumni – Emma Beeson

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Emma Beeson – ALNS Leaver 2009 My name is Emma Beeson, I’m 26 and left ALNS in 2009. I am currently a Prison Officer, a role which I have carried out for over four years. I specialise in hostage negotiation and Violence Reduction. I have been nominated for Prison Officer of the Year (a national […]