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 […]
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.
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 […]
Usually yesterday and today would have been our Careers event (as part of the Curriculum Information Evenings). We can’t run them as we usually would, so instead Mrs Etherington has put together some informative videos for parents and students to watch and learn more about their options post-16. Click here to view the rest of […]
We have had some very exciting news from the Arts Council of Great Britain. Admiral Lord Nelson School is now a TRIPLE PLATINUM Artsmark school. This is an amazing achievement for our school and we are delighted. The report from the Arts Council says: “Admiral Lord Nelson school has developed strategic goals which have shifted […]
We would like to invite Year 11 parents and students to an exam preparation evening on Thursday 19th March 2020 at 5.00p.m.
The CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) drop in clinic has moved from the 5th March 2020. See below for more details.
Back in May, we applied to become a School of Sanctuary and we are delighted to have now been awarded this achievement!
Relationship and Sex Education is changing in schools. At Admiral Lord Nelson School we have an extensive Personal Development programme which includes Aspiring Futures for every child.
Are you in Year 7 or 8? Passed your Level 2 course and want to take your cycling to the next level? Level 3 training will take place during the week beginning Monday 17th February 2020 (Half Term),
We are delighted to announce that we have received a grant from The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) Diamond fund for a beach cleaning project!
Our students certainly led the way and made us incredibly proud on Monday when we hosted our annual Open Evening. It was a fantastic evening and our ALNS students were at the centre throughout the evening.
Are you in Year 7 or 8? Have you passed your Level 2 course and do you want to take your cycling to the next level?
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!
Well done to Archie of Warrior House for his participation in the Motvi8 Key Stage Three programme this year!
On Wednesday 19th June ALNS Drama students were invited to perform at the Portsmouth Guildhall as part of Portsmouth’s launch to become a City of Sanctuary. Our students created a piece of Drama using three true stories from Syrian refuges and their journeys. They performed to an invited audience of over 100 supporters of the […]
On Tuesday 25th June we will be having our 10th Personal Development Day of the year.
These days are an important part of your child’s education as they experience opportunities and activities beyond their usual curriculum.
Mrs Burrows and her year 7 science class making solar cookers for The Gambia project! The competition is getting intense!