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.
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!
Year 8 history student’s were tasked to do a creative task for their independent learning focusing on an aspect they have been studying, some choosing to focus on the trenches whilst others decided to reflect on their recent visit to Ypres. Bellow are some examples of the excellent effort pupils put into their work Ms. […]
Over half term, some of our budding Year 8 historians visited Ypres to develop their learning of World War One from their History lessons. The students were able to explore the preserved trenches, awe at the artefacts in the various museums and remember the sacrifice of Allied and German soldiers at their respected cemeteries. However the […]
In July, we welcomed Tom from Bletchley Park which is the home of “the Codebreakers” and computer scientist and mathematician, Alan Turing. Alan Turing is well known as being the inventor of modern computing and a crucial figure in the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in WW2, through the breaking of the famous “Enigma code”. […]
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 […]
Just before half term Year 8 students were set an Independent Learning Task to support their in class learning about World War 1. Their homework was to answer the question ‘what was life like in the trenches of WW1?’ Students were encouraged to be creative and to ‘think outside of the box’ and in some cases […]
The Ypres Trip Information Evening will take place on Thursday 25th January 2018 at 6.00pm in the Main Hall.
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 […]
Just a little reminder that all remaining payments and EHIC cards are due in by Friday 15th December for the Ypres Trip. Parents will receive an invitation in the New Year to attend an information evening to discuss the final details of the trip. If you have any issues or questions, please feel […]
At 4am on Monday the 6th April, 34 excited students and 4 sleepy staff members left Admiral Lord Nelson for Krakow in Poland to support their GCSE history studies. Arriving in snow we immediately set out for some city culture and took in the Castle and the overview of this beautiful and historic city. […]