We are extremely proud to be the Co-Headteachers of Albion and it is our pleasure to welcome you to our warm and friendly school. Our website aims to tell you about life here, how we work and what we feel is important to us as a school community.
We have high expectations of all our children. We place great emphasis on personal, social and emotional development by encouraging caring attitudes, mutual respect, self-discipline and self-confidence. We take pride in our diverse community and celebrate our cultural and linguistic diversity.
We aim to develop each child as an individual nurturing their strengths and talents; we give our pupils responsibility and believe that they should be supported to do their best in a positive, hard-working learning environment. We place a strong emphasis on creativity and ensuring that our pupils enjoy learning and have fun. Each child is cherished and empowered to achieve academically; good manners and respect for one another are highly valued.
Children at Albion are enthusiastic, motivated and keen to learn, when you visit Albion you will see happy children whose excellent behaviour reflects their enthusiasm.
Starting school is a very important time for children and parents and at Albion we encourage you to participate fully in your child’s education. Close working relationships between parents, teachers and children ensure the best possible opportunities for achievement, progress and success. Our staff are always happy to talk to parents if there are any questions you would like to discuss.
We welcome visitors – come to Albion and see for yourself what makes us so proud to be part of this school.
Marisa Hackforth and Sarah Mark-Richards – Co-Headteachers
At Albion Primary School We ‘Learn to do Well’.
As the principal members of the school, children are encouraged to take on roles and responsibilities in the classroom, across the school and in wider society. They participate in a wide range of school events and activities which support their all-round development and provide them with opportunities to model the Albion Values of: