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Year 6 pupils should now be applying to, or have already applied to, secondary schools for next academic year. Following our meeting several weeks ago, please ensure that you have been online and completed an application form for your child.
It is vital that this is done before the deadline of Monday 2nd November 2015.
Please visit the website below to complete your application:
We will be holding a book fair from Tuesday 3rd to Friday 6th November. There will be a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books available to buy from £2.99 (payment by cash only).
The fair will be open in the playground from 3.30- 4.30pm from Tuesday to Thursday and from 1-2pm on Friday, but there will also be the opportunity to browse and buy books during the school day if your child cannot come after school.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Miss A. Fanning
We are looking for new parents to join our Parent Voice group at school. Parent Voice are made up of Prince Albert Parents with an aim to support the school in fundraising, community events and putting forward new ideas to keep driving the school forward and maintaining the schools outstanding provision.
If you are interested in finding out more about Parent Voice please ask for an expression of interest letter from the main office and return it back to school by Friday 6th November.
On September 27th 2015 children and staff at Prince Albert and Heathfield primary schools were fortunate enough to attend one of the Rugby World Cup 2015 pool stage matches. We were given a small number of tickets from Birmingham City council and we asked teaching staff to nominate which children they felt would enjoy this opportunity to attend.
Fortunately for us the game was at our mighty Villa Park so we were able to enjoy a sunny walk down to the game. In a 12pm kick off Australia took on Uruguay in a pool A fixture. The children thoroughly enjoyed the game and learnt lots of new facts and rules of rugby union!
Including how scrums and tackles work as the children were naturally most concerned the players were all just fighting! After reassuring everyone there was no fighting and a clear explanation or rugby union rules we were a let o focus on the game. Australia gave us an amazing display of rugby for 80 minutes.