We hope you enjoyed the summer break and look forward to welcoming all pupils back to school on Monday 6th September.
ParentPay - our new online payment service from September 2021
We are pleased to announce that you will be able to pay online for items such as dinner money, school trips and uniform, using a secure website called ParentPay. ParentPay is replacing School Money. ParentPay will be our only method of making payments to school.
Click here to read the full letter
Click here for the Parent Pay Website
Please see links below for help with Parent Pay activation
Parent Pay Activation video Pushto
Parent Pay Activation video in Urdu
Parent Pay Activation video in Romanian
Parent Pay Activation video in Punjabi
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.
For children starting Nursery
Meet your keyworkers
For children starting Reception
Meet your keyworkers
Easter is almost here and to celebrate we are going to be having a PA Easter Egg Competition!
I hope you are all well and staying safe. I am writing to share the following information -
Parents evening will take place over the week beginning 22nd March. We will be sending out more specific dates and times next week. Parents evening will take place via a 5 minute phone call.
Dear Parents and Carers,
Firstly, I hope that you are all safe and well. As you are now all aware, we have been tasked with reopening school to ALL pupils from Monday 8th March.
Following the government announcement and release of updated guidance, we have been planning for the full reopening of our school. This process has included the updating of risk assessments, review of control measures previously in place and in-depth reviewing of guidance.
We know that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the lockdown continues to be felt globally. Many people are facing extremely difficult circumstances because of this, which has resulted in a worrying and anxious time for many people. Below you can find a list of organisations should you or your family need further support in these unprecedented times.
Thursday 4th March 2021 is World Book Day
World Book Day is a day set aside every year to celebrate reading, books, authors and illustrators. It is marked in more than 100 countries around the world and will be celebrated for the 24th time in 2021. World Book Day will be a part of a whole week focusing on Literacy (1st March 2021 - 5th March 2021). Even though most children will be at home this year, there will be a variety of fun activities related to books, reading and writing that they can take part in.