Update from the Headteacher

Posted Posted in News

Thank you again for all for the work that you are doing to keep your children engaged with their learning. The amount of work being completed and the contact that teachers have had from students has been really encouraging. I hope that you feel well supported by the learning activities and feedback set by your […]

Design

Teacher of Design (specialising in either Food & Nutrition, Photography, Graphics or 3D Design)

Posted Posted in Food & Nutrition, News, Teaching

Closing Date: Monday 18th May 2020 (noon)Salary: MPS/UPSContract: PermanentStart date: September 2020Interviews held: As soon as possible after closing date Due to current restrictions, interviews may be held via Skype, Zoom or WhatsApp. Always oversubscribed, we are expanding our school so that more local families can experience the excellent education offered here at Admiral Lord […]

Aladdin

Posted Posted in Drama, News

Despite this years school production of Aladdin being postponed Mrs Wisbey and Mr Jarvis decided that somehow ‘the show must go on!’ As they were both in school supporting the children of keyworkers earlier this week they decided to create a little video for the cast and crew to make you smile. The show will […]

Coronavirus: Self-Isolation and Stay at Home Guidance

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I am writing to you again today to ensure that there is clarity amongst parents and students about the government guidance regarding self-isolation, updated yesterday. Most common symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are recent onset of: new continuous cough and/or high temperature Guidance from the government is that ‘for anyone exhibiting symptoms, however mild, then all […]

5 ways schools can boost creativity

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Mrs Wisbey, our brilliant Senior Leader for Personal Development and Director of Performance, was asked to share some top tips for developing an innovative curriculum. Read the full article (and watch the video!) on the link below. https://www.tes.com/news/watch-5-ways-schools-can-boost-creativity