Albion News

Tuesday, 29th September 2015Albion News

Year 5 and 6 visited the Houses of Parliament (also known as The Palace of Westminster). We discovered that there are two sections to the houses of parliament; the House of Lords and the House of Commons. The House of Lords is decorated in red and the House of Commons in green. We learnt about the different art galleries, for example the Royal Gallery and the Prince Gallery.

We also learnt about the ‘Suffragettes’ a group of women (and some men) who believed women should be able to vote. At the end of the visit we met and talked with Neil Coyle (our MP) and some of the year 6’s got his autograph!

Tuesday, 28th July 2015Albion News

All the pupils at Albion enjoyed taking part in the Big Lunch. School council organised a celebratory lunch for the end of term. Pupils came dressed in their class colours and enjoyed eating their lunch in the playground with colourful cups and napkins. Thank you to school council, pupils hope you will organise it again for next year!!

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Friday, 3rd July 2015Albion News

One of Albion’s Dance clubs performed at an event in ‘The Scoop’ near City Hall. Children from across the borough performed a Rugby World Cup themed dance. Albion chose Uruguay! The children enjoyed the process of creating, learning and performing a dance immensely. We waited patiently while the results were being given.

Albion came second with their dance! First with their team flag! First for best male dancer! What a talented bunch!!

Wednesday, 1st July 2015Albion News

Indigo Class have been learning how to work a radio in order to broadcast to the school!

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Our radio teacher was Russel and he helped Indigo class gain the skills to use the radio. It didn’t take long for us to learn. We have transmitted a range of programmes to the school, commenting on; the weather and school events.

Friday, 5th June 2015Albion News

Albion Primary School enjoyed a fantastic Arts Festival month where artists, dance specialists and music specialist visisted the school. The children thoroughly appreciated the experience.

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