As the weather gets worse as we head into Autumn and Winter, we are making some changes after half term. Our aim, as always, is to keep everyone as safe as possible. The full document with all the details can be found in our Risk Assessment here: https://alns.co.uk/coronavirus/ But in the short video below, Mr […]
International educational charity Never Such Innocence (NSI) have launched their 2020/21 creative arts competition! This year’s competition theme is ‘The Unheard Voices of Conflict: Stories from Around the World’. NSI wants young people to share their reflections on conflict or give a voice to those who may not have one. Some examples of an ‘unheard […]
We currently have a vacancy for a parent governor which we would like to fill as soon as possible. Parent governors are elected by and from the parents of children currently attending our school. They serve a four-year term of office and bring a very important and valued perspective to the work of the governing […]
Imogen and Hoorya were invited to represent their House at this week’s Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
At Admiral Lord Nelson School, we strive to have a school with no bullying. In the hope of accomplishing this aspiration, our school has Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. Anti-Bullying Ambassadors are pupils from all different year groups who will contribute to the aim to maintain the safe, inclusive school that we are proud of. There is one […]
We are seeing a small rise in cases locally and although Portsmouth is still well below national figures, we cannot stress how important following the guidance below is going to be in order to try and avoid any positive cases at school. Thank you all for your ongoing support in this matter.
Millie, Ned and Edward were invited to represent their Houses at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
On Tuesday 6th October ALNS trained 50 students to become Anti Bullying Ambassadors. This training was provided by Miss Nicholas and the 9 Anti Bullying Ambassadors who were trained by the Diana Award. This means that in every tutor there is at least one Anti Bullying Ambassador, allowing every student the opportunity and access to […]
Rudi, Serenity, Sydney and Molly were invited to represent their Houses at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
I am delighted to be able to share with you how impressively our school community has responded to full school reopening throughout September! We have been really pleased by how well our students have worked with staff over the past month; they arrive safely in their allocated time slots in the morning, are managing themselves […]
Following feedback from our amazing community on the ALNS Parents Facebook Group, we have overhauled the Hamiltons catering section of our website to make it more useful for you. You can find in under “School lunches” on the Parents menu of the website or on the link below. There you will be able to see […]
On Monday 28th September ALNS school took part in ‘The Big Anti Bullying Assembly’ a special film brought to us by Nationwide Building Society and The Diana Award which was broadcasted throughout the whole of the UK. The purpose of the assembly was to educate and empower our students to help tackle bulling. We joined […]
Yvie, Charlie and George were invited to represent their Houses at this weeks Hot Choc Friday! Well done to all students!
There is always something going on at Admiral Lord Nelson School! Throughout the year there are numerous opportunities to be involved in something you enjoy. As we slowly try and move back to normality, we are starting with the PE, Performance and Design clubs. More will follow later in the year!
We are very pleased with the amazing attendance to school. However, we are quite rightly experiencing a growing number of telephone queries about what action you should take if you or your child falls ill.
Below is a useful document from Portsmouth City Council that we feel gives clear helpful advice for you to follow depending on how you or they present.
Ebony, Bethany and Jack were invited to represent their Houses at the first Hot Choc Friday of the year! Well done to all students!
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 […]