Check out this week’s update to the Reading Hub!
Well done class of 2019!!
We are absolutely delighted with the brilliant performance of our students this year in the ‘new, harder GCSEs’ – meaning that once again Admiral Lord Nelson School students have done much better than students nationally!
On Wednesday 27th March at 3.30pm, Year 11 students embraced the brilliant opportunity to experience Box Clever Theatre Company, as they delighted us with their performance of Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’. The fast-paced performance brought the play to life, twisting a modern spin on a classic. Through amazing stagecraft, our attention was drawn to the context and […]
28, Year 8 and Year 9 students have been taking part in UNLOCs You Speak programme over the past few weeks. The programme was delivered by a member of Unloc Student Voice Academy who ran 2 intensive days with the students to develop their communication skills and put them into action through debating. The course […]
Did you know Admiral Lord Nelson School is now on social media? Follow us on your network of choice to see the latest news and information. Plus, we’re trialling something new this holiday – our teams on the various trips (The Gambia and the ski trip) will be updating live with photos and videos throughout […]
On Saturday 17th March, 14 students from Year 9 went to Southampton Crown Court to compete in the Hampshire Mock Trials against schools from Southampton, Winchester and Salisbury. Mock Trials competitions give young people the chance to experience the drama of the court room first hand. Students work in teams to prepare their case and […]
On Wednesday 14th March, ALNS students spent the day finding, writing and reading the news, for the BBC School Report. They didn’t have to look far to find some incredible news stories including; Ms Lucas’ Influential Women Award, the school’s work with The Gambia and the recent snow day. Matthew said: “It’s really tense trying […]
This morning a group of 18 students took part in a live video call link up with a school in Abuja which is the capital of Nigeria. Most of them were from Year 7 and had previously attended a session with ONE Campaign Coordinator Billy Hill during a Personal Development day on Human Rights last […]
On Friday 22nd December, we were very lucky to be visited by Penny Mordaunt MP, Sarah Giles (Big Ideas Passchendaele at Home project) and Josh Brown from Portsmouth Poetry, to award the winners of the Portsmouth Poetry Passchendaele Competition during our celebration assemblies. The winning students were Isaac Butler from Y8, with his poem ‘Frederick […]