Three of our students from last year’s Year 11 returned to share their knowledge and understanding during a Science revision session
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 Tuesday 11th June, 31 Year 8 students were invited to the Winchester Science Centre by The University of Southampton to evaluate their latest exhibit. We were very lucky as we were the only secondary school to be invited. During the visit we worked with researchers from The University of Southampton to explore why transistors […]
On Thursday 13th June all of the students from Mr Wisbey’s Year 8 Science set brought in their homework about the rock cycle and the structure of the Earth. Some students made models showing the 4 layers of the Earth; some created volcanoes that erupted and others made cake to share with the class. As […]
Mrs Burrows and her year 7 science class making solar cookers for The Gambia project! The competition is getting intense!
During the half term I took part in a challenge which was to ride 440 kilometres in 7 days. I cycled this distance to raise money for the students of ALNS as there had been a unexpected expense in the trip to Gambia which could not have been foreseen. My target was to raise £500 […]
Year 8 students had the opportunity to take part in this year’s IET Faraday Challenge. The IET is one of the world’s leading professional societies for the engineering and technology community. The Faraday Challenge Days give students across the UK the opportunity to research, design and create solutions to genuinely tough engineering problems. This year’s […]
On Wednesday 28th April, Years 9, 10 and 11 students were fortunate enough to have the opportunity to meet Professor David Wilson. Professor Wilson is Professor of Human Developmental Genetics within Medicine at the University of Southampton. Professor Wilson was appointed to the Chair of Human Developmental Genetics in 2000. He completed general professional training […]
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 […]
Thank you all for supporting the ‘Friends of ALNS’ this term. We have been able to donate books to The Science Department, visualisers to The Maths Department and have given a donation to The Performing Arts Team. Please find below the winners of our Easter Egg draw: Ticket Pink 397 – Mrs Etherington Ticket Pink […]
Last month the Computing Club competed against other schools to see who had the best young engineers. Students competed using their brains and two Lego Mindstorm’s kits that were kindly donated to us by AIRBUS. The competition was broken down into several categories; Speed Challenge, Team Work, Research Presentation and the Robotics Rescue Challenge. The […]
Ten Year 8 students attended the annual Teen Tech event at Portsmouth Guildhall on Thursday 18th May 2017. The Teen Tech event is an award winning insight into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths industries which allows the students to take part in practical challenges, intriguing encounters and explore different industries and career possibilities. The event […]
On Monday the 9th November the members of the ALNS Challenge Club organized a session for primary schools (Westover and Copnor) to come to ALNS and take part in lots of challenging STEM activities. This included: bridge building; an acid and alkalis experiment; sweet destination; musical maths; tower building and parachute building. A competition was […]