Google Apps for Education

As part of our Computing Curriculum, the school is introducing a service called Google Apps for Education. This new service is powered by Google and we will be joining over 8 million other pupils and teachers that are already using Google Apps at schools around the world. The service will give our children and staff […]


How is your child assessed at St. Alban’s School?

Measuring children’s progress Children are no longer measured in levels of progress; instead their progress is measured within discreet age-related year group bands. The specific objectives are organised as a set of progressive statements (Steps) with Key Primary Indicators (KPIs) for each year group. There are six age-related steps and associated learning statements in each […]

Breakfast Club

We understand that mornings can be a rush and working patterns can cause a headache for families when dropping children off at school. Our Breakfast Club is available to all families for a  small charge of £1 per day per child which goes to contribute towards our running costs. This is payable in advance when you drop your child […]

PSHE including Sex Education

We believe that Sex Education is primarily the responsibility of the parents and school plays a complementary role. The development of knowledge about sex is very much in the context of the child’s moral, emotional, social and spiritual formation. The underlying concept is to see the gift of sex as a vital part of God’s […]


As part of our PE curriculum provision our Year 5 children are taken swimming each week. They travel free of charge by coach to our local swimming pool. Trained instructors through the Local Authority, provide the swimming programme together with school staff. The objective of the lessons is to ensure ALL primary children reach at […]


*To be read in conjunction with our Statement of Behaviour Principles At St. Alban’s we aim to provide a nurturing environment rooted in Gospel Values with mutual respect and personal responsibility at the very heart of our ethos. Therefore, “Exclusion‟ is applied as a final resort and following a range of support strategies to keep children in […]

Complaints Procedure

General complaints should be made to the Headteacher and following this to the Governing Body. Details of the complaints procedures relating to the curriculum and related matters is available either from the school or from the Education Department, The Council House, College Road, Doncaster DN1 3AD on request. Telephone: (01302) 734444 The Department for Children, […]

Home School Agreement

* We are currently updating our contracts to ensure that they include all relevant information and are appropriate for our learning community. Contracts will be shared with you at our forth coming Curriculum and Subject workshops on Wednesday 8th October 2014. It is the law that all schools have a Home/School Contract and therefore it […]

Pastoral Care

The teachers and support staff all know the children well, and so day-to-day pastoral care is class based. We are aware that sometimes children may become unwell or sustain an injury during the course of a school day. A number of staff members are trained in emergency aid and as such are able to assess […]

Attendance, Punctuality & Holidays in Term Time

National expectation is that primary aged children achieve an attendance of at least 96%.  Attendance: If a child does not arrive in school and we have not received some form of communication from parents or carers to explain the absence, school has a duty of care to ascertain where the child is, so ensuring the […]


Foundation 2 and Key Stage 1 12:00 – 13:15 Key Stage 2 12:00 – 13:00 Our school meals are freshly prepared on-site through Doncaster Schools catering Service. The healthy menus are planned carefully to offer a balanced and nutritious meal each day. Alternatively, you may provide a packed lunch for your child. As a Healthy […]

Break Times

Children have breaks in the morning and afternoon, the children play in their allocated areas within the school grounds. Morning Break all pupils – KS1 – 10:30 ~ 10:50                                                 KS2 – […]

The School Day (Timings)

We do not encourage children to arrive at school too early. We have a Breakfast Club from 8am daily – further details available from St. Alban’s School Office. 8:45am Children and parents are asked to wait in the playground until a member of staff rings the bell to signify the start of school at 8.55am. Please […]

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  • St. Alban's Catholic Primary
    Wadworth Street
    Denaby Main
    DN12 4AQ

    Tel: 01709 862298
    Fax: 01709 869457
    Email: School Office

    Headteacher: Mrs J Ayres