Prince Albert School

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End of Term Letter from Mr Sajid Gulzar OBE

Dear Parents and Carers,

As we reach the end of what has been another exceptionally challenging year for all of us, I would like to take this opportunity to say thank-you for your support and patience throughout.

Staff from across the Trust have worked tirelessly to make sure that our children receive the best possible education in the most difficult of circumstances.

Our main priority has and always will be to keep our children safe, but we are also determined to give them the best possible education. We are looking forward to a new academic year and getting back to normal.

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Newsletter - June 2021

Welcome to our last newsletter of the year. It has certainly been a year to remember! School has been a very different place across the last twelve months, however, the children have been amazing. They have adapted to the changes so well and have taken everything in their stride.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the staff for their dedication, commitment and positive attitude during the most challenging time we have ever faced in education. I continue to be very proud to be head of this amazing school.

We are closely monitoring government guidance in order to plan for September. At this current moment in time, I am not sure whether we will still have staggered start times or bubbles in school. Government guidance will most likely be updated during the Summer break so please check the website for updates.

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Transition

Below you will find links to videos from some of the staff at Prince Albert Primary School, who are very excited to welcome your children as students of our school.

Please click the links to view the videos.

Nursery
For children starting Nursery in September 2021

Information for Parents

A tour around the Nursery 

 

Meet your keyworkers

 

Miss Dayman

Mrs Anwar

Mrs Fallon

Mrs Pathan

Mrs Power


Reception
For children starting Reception in September 2021

Welcome meeting

A tour around Reception

 

Meet your keyworkers

 

Mrs Tromans

Mrs Aslam

Mrs Khatun & Mrs Kauser

Miss Matthews

Miss Elmi 

Year 6 Transition Week - 21st June 2021

Dear Parents/Carers

As many of you know this will be Year 6 children’s last 4 weeks in primary school. As a school we are dedicated to making sure that the transition from primary to secondary school goes as smoothly as possible for our children.

To ensure this, we have allocated a whole week to transition beginning Monday 21st June.

During this week children will get the chance to virtually meet representatives from their secondary school. They will be able to learn all about their new school, and it will also give them the opportunity to ask any questions they may have about their move and hopefully, allay any worries they may have around this time.

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Key Dates / SEN Review

Dear Parents/Carers,

I hope you are all well and staying safe. I am writing to share the following information and dates for your diary:

SEN Reviews:

For Parents with pupils on the SEN database, reviews will take place via a phone call across the week beginning 28th June 2021. You will be notified of the time for this beforehand.

May Half Term Break:

We will be breaking up for the May holiday on Friday 28th May 2021 returning back to School on Monday 7 th June 2021

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Nut Free School

Dear Parents/Carers,

At Prince Albert Primary School, we strive to provide a safe learning environment for all students. Due to some of our pupils suffering from nut allergies, we have been advised to become a nut free school.

An allergic reaction (anaphylactic shock) can occur through ingestion of nut products, cross contamination and breathing nut dust in the air.

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Eid Letter - May 2021

Dear Parents/carers, 

We would like to take this opportunity to wish you Eid Mubarak in preparation for this week. 

Children who are celebrating Eid, are able to take one day off school for religious observance. Those children who do not celebrate Eid will be expected to attend school as normal.  Any additional days taken outside of the one-day for Eid will be classed as unauthorised absence. 

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Online Safety – Google – Build Your Legend

Dear Parents,                                                                                                                                                                             

As a trust we strongly value the importance of online safety both inside and outside of school. Throughout the school year, your child receives online safety lessons, assemblies and themed days to ensure that they are as safe as possible in the digital world that we now live in.

A major tool in keeping children safe online is communication. Talking to your child about what they do online, websites they visit, games they play, people they interact with, can be vital in keeping your child safe. We strongly believe that an open and honest conversation between children, parents and schools is the key to a safe and happy online experience for our children.

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