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Summer 2023

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St Alban's Feast Day




Gates open 2-4pm on Friday 14th July 2023

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You will be able to sign your child out of school from 2pm onwards to enjoy the Summer Fayre with parents and/or carers. Those families who cannot come before 3.30pm, your children will taken to the Summer Fayre by school staff.  Children can bring a maximum of £5 to spend but parents and carers, you can bring as much as you would like! 

Stalls will offer: nearly new and used school uniform, toys, cakes and buns, hot and cold drinks …

Activities include: face painting, penalty shoot out, arts and crafts, guess the name of the bear and the amount of sweets in a jar along with our BIG Summer raffle….


Please support our Friends of St Alban’s Summer Fayre by donating a family prize of a bottle or chocolate for the Tombola and raffle as payment on 'wear your own clothes day' on Friday 7th July.  

If you have pre loved uniform that your children have outgrown, and/or school shoes please bring these items to school from Monday 10th July when FOS group members will collect them.



Parents' and Carers' Online Saftey Workshop

Thank you to all the parents and carers that joined Mrs Ebsworth and Miss Strawbridge for the Online Safety Workshop. We hope you found the session informative and that it will support you to continuwe to keep your children safe online.

If you missed the session or would like to recap any of the information, please see the PowerPoint presentation by clicking on the picture below!

Coronation Picnic



Walk to School  

Our Walk to School this morning was a huge success. Thank you to all the families that took part as we walked our new and improved Park and Stride route from Home Bargains Car Park up to St Alban’s!

Thank you to Strider and Jim from Living Streets who accompanied us on our walk, all the children enjoyed the active start to the day and received a brand new badge for their efforts.

‘Adventures in learning’ 

Year 3 Whitby have had a great immersion week. They have enjoyed planting and making our Faith garden look beautiful for our School Community. 

They carried out some local community work too! Picking up the litter in the local area to make it Litter Free! 

'How can we love our world better?' 

Roche and Selby explored The Great Barrier Reef using David Attenborough's interactive website, created and played in their own great barrier reef in continuous provision, read books and sang songs about the ocean, carried out independant research and consolidated this with a Kahoot! Everyone loved the Cinema afternoon watching Finding Nemo in the hall! 

'How can we save our planet?' 

During our immersion week Fountains have been exploring the life of Greta Thunberg in order to write a biography about her life. During an interview for News Round, Greta said “There are always things you can do in your everyday life to get involved and take action for the climate and for the environment, for example you can start to pick up litter outside.” Inspired by Greta Thunberg, we went out with our litter pickers and started to take action!

'How can we love our world better?' 


Kirkstall have been delving deep into the rainforest as part of immersion week for our new 'Adventures in Learning' topic - OUR WORLD: How can we love it better?

The children have been exploring on a virtual tour of The Eden Project in Cornwall and even creating their own rainforest reading area, complete with its own rainforest soundtrack! 


'How can we save our planet?' 

Fountains have had a great immersion week so far as they embarked on their learning expedition! They are exploring ' How can we save our planet?'. 

We have started by updating our Faith Garden as we begin our 'Animals and living things' topic in Science. The children have loved becoming gardeners, clearing and planting in our reflective area. 


‘Adventures in learning’ 

This term we are going on expeditions to find out answers to our guiding questions as we explore the overarching theme of Our World: how can we love it better?

EYFS started this journey with a Mobile Zoo visit





The Big Wheel and Walk Event

The Big Wheel and Walk that our children have been taking part in recently has been a huge success and we are proud to share the good news that we have come

1st in Doncaster!!! Not only have we come 1st in Doncaster but 1st in the whole of South Yorkshire and 11th in the entire country, out of 773 schools taking part! 

We are so proud of our positivley active pupils and our families who support our children coming on wheels or walk to school. We're not only keeping fit and healthy, taking part in active almsgiving but are victorious in this competition! Well done team St Alban's! 





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Doncaster Parents Voice 





Follow the below link for advice and guidance on keeping warm and well this Winter...  

Supporting you this winter.

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Anti-Bullying Week 

Reach Out  got all of our children involved with this event and we celebrated by wearing odd socks!

The children were encouraged to express themselves and celebrate their individuality - Thinking about what makes us all unique! 

Across KS1 and KS2 we looked at 'One Kind Word' and how we can stand up to bullying. 



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