This year, given the challenges we have all faced over the past few months and the abrupt end to year 11 studies, what we want to do is try and run an exam results day that is as normal as possible but also try and make it a bit of an event to mark the […]
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 are really looking forward to welcoming your child back to school in September. This letter is another part of our work to support you so that you can help your child as they prepare to return to school next term.
As we approach the end of term, I wanted to write to you with some reflections on this half term and to begin to explain to you about our plans for opening in September.
We are hosting a Zoom meeting on Wednesday 15th July 2020 at 6pm for parents to ask questions (if they have any) about the new Relationships and Sex Education curriculum.
Dear Parent We are emailing today because this should have been prom day.We would like to share a short video from staff wishing the students all the best until we see them again, so please could you share this with your child. The prom has provisionally been rearranged to the 19th of November at the […]
This years photography competition has been as popular as ever with over 700 photographs entered even in lock down the entries kept coming in and all students have had the opportunity to vote for their favourite. Well done to Spinnaker house who had the most entries and I can now finally tell you who this […]
ALNS Drama department will be releasing some of our past productions on YouTube to celebrate all the great performances that we’ve put on over the years!
Dear Parent, Recent feedback from parent surveys has told us that you feel well supported and the tutor calls have allowed us to maintain our important partnership between school and home. We now want to strengthen our support for our students working at home this term. Teachers have been developing pre-recorded lessons to help students […]
We were delighted to have the opportunity to showcase the work that has been done here by the staff to prepare for the wider re-opening of the school to year 10 students on Monday on the BBC national news. Branwen Jeffreys, the Education Editor for BBC News, came along to the school on Thursday, where […]
Dear Parents, Since returning to school after the Easter break we have been working hard on plans to offer face to face learning on site from Monday, June 15th for Year 10 students. Only 50 students from Year 10 are allowed on site each day, so each Year 10 student will only have a total […]
Our biggest priority is to ensure that both students and staff can attend school safely and so in planning to reopen for Year 10 students we have made significant changes to both the physical school environment and to our daily routines so that we can make the school as safe as possible.
As a Rights Respecting School we support, uphold and promote the Convention of The Rights of The Child and The United Nations Charter of Human Rights. We believe and we teach that all lives matter. However, at this time following the murder of George Floyd in USA by a police officer we feel it is important to state we support the BLM movement as it is a matter of human rights and black lives are in danger.
We have been carefully planning how we will run our school this half term so that parents and students can be reassured that it is as safe as possible.
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 […]
During this difficult and unprecedented time that we are all facing, it’s nice to hear about some of the nice things people are doing for each other. We thought we’d take some time to share some of these stories with you. Our first story is about one of our Year 10 students, Josh. Josh carried […]
Please read the below update from the Headteacher that was sent to all parents this morning.
We hope that you and your families are well during these unprecedented times. The wellbeing of your children remains a key priority for us during this time of closure. With that in mind we have attached several important information documents that we would like you to take the time to read. The first document is […]