School Closure Notice
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- The academy is closed to all pupils until further notice.
- The academy will operate virtual school arrangements which can be accessed here.
- We all have our part to play in helping to stop the spread of Coronavirus. This means we must stay at home to protect the NHS and help save lives.
Community Classrooms for vulnerable students and key workers’ children
Parents should keep children at home wherever possible and thanks to everyone across our community who has followed that advice. The fewer children making the journey to school and the fewer children in our Community Classrooms, the lower the risk of the virus spreading.
The purpose of our Community Classroom to provide care for the children of key workers and children who are vulnerable. Only children in these categories can attend. Information on the list of key workers is here:
The academy will be in contact with specific families directly to discuss additional arrangements. Parents who are frontline key workers should contact the academy should they need support in providing supervised study arrangements in school.
Welcome from our Principal, Mark Dalton
At Ark St Alban’s Academy we have high expectations of our students, exactly as if they were our own children. We expect them to go to university, succeed there, and then lead fulfilling lives that make them happy and allow them to contribute back to the community.
We believe that all children can - and will - achieve, we do everything we can to make sure that they reach their goal. We act with integrity and discipline to challenge all members of our learning community to make the most of their God given talents, maximising their contribution to society and making the world a better place for us all.
These expectations and values are built on the twin pillars of our inclusive Christian mission and the underlying principles of the Ark network. They lead to high quality teaching and learning in a structured and disciplined environment that ensures outstanding student progress across all subjects.
Our school achieves remarkable results. Not only do we have an Outstanding Ofsted report, but our GCSE results are some of the best in country.