We hope this email finds you well. We are thrilled to announce an exciting opportunity for your child to enhance their swimming skills and enjoy a nutritious breakfast before school.
Swimming and Water Safety Breakfast Club Dates:
November 8 - December 14, 2023
Location: Beeches Pool & Fitness Centre
Days: Wednesdays and Thursdays
Time: 7:30 am - 8:00 am
Eligibility: For non-swimmers in Years 2-6
Dates: November 10 - December 14, 2023
Location: Ladywood Leisure Centre
Days: Thursdays Time: 7:30 am - 8:00 am
Eligibility: For non-swimmers in Years 2-6
We understand the importance of water safety and swimming skills, and we want to offer a fantastic program to support your child's development in this area. If your child is a non-swimmer and is in Years 2-6, we encourage you to bring them to our Swimming and Water Safety Breakfast Club. Not only will they receive free swimming lessons, but they will also have the opportunity to enjoy a complimentary breakfast to kick-start their day.
This program is a wonderful chance for your child to build confidence in the water and develop essential water safety skills. We have experienced instructors who are dedicated to providing quality lessons in a safe and friendly environment.
Please ensure your child comes prepared with their swimwear and enthusiasm for learning. We believe this program will not only enhance their swimming abilities but also promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
If you'd like to register your child for this program or have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to seeing your child at the Swimming and Water Safety Breakfast Club, where they can learn, have fun, and start the day with a nutritious meal.
Find some helpful contact details for advice and support. Birmingham City Council and partners are working to support and offer guidance to our residents during the cost of living crisis in the UK. We want to support as many of our residents as possible across key areas which are outlined in this leaflet.
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We are currently looking at whether it is viable to run 'chargeable' after school provision at Prince Albert School in September. In order to help us to make this decision, can you please fill in the attached form by end of Wednesday 12th July . If this is something you would be interested in please click on the following link: https://forms.office.com/e/nYm7XYgeap
We will be holding a leaver’s party for year 6 children on Wednesday 19th July from 5.30 until 7.00. Children are required to leave school at the usual time and then return at 5.30. All children will need to be collected by an adult at the end of the party at 7.00.
We are also holding a year 6 performance of The Lion King for parents/carers on Tuesday 18th July at 9.15 and Wednesday 19th July at 2.15. Parents/carers can choose either date to attend. Only two people can attend per child – this includes babies/infants. This letter is your admittance for two people. Please bring it with you for entry to the production.
On Thursday 20th July, year 6 will be heading off for a picnic in the park as a celebration of a fantastic year. On this date, please could you send your child in with some food to share. This could be food, cakes etc. All items must be shop-bought and in sealed packaging.
Finally, we would like all parents to join us at 1.15 on Friday 21st to say a final goodbye to our year six pupils. If your child usually goes home on a Friday, please could you send them in with a packed lunch as we would like all year 6 pupils to leave at 1.15.
Children are Happy and Safe
Prince Albert is a 3-form entry school situated in the heart of Aston. Aston is considered amongst the city’s most deprived Wards, whilst having the 9th lowest average income out of the city’s 69 Wards. Despite the difficulties in the local area, the children at the school are happy and feel safe and it is clear that the outreach work done by the school is welcomed by the local community. The school is part of the Prince Albert Community Trust (PACT) and live out the values of being caring, inclusive and creative, that raises the bar for every child so that they can flourish and achieve their potential.
It is with mixed emotions that we announce the departure of Sajid Gulzar from his position as CEO of Prince Albert Community Trust. After more than 26 years of serving children across Birmingham and 14 dedicated years of service at PACT Sajid has decided to take on an exciting new role in Dubai with Kings’ Education.