At King’s St Alban’s great emphasis is placed upon pastoral care and the development of the whole child. The school provides:

  • Clear moral values
  • High behavioural expectations
  • Partnership between teachers and parents
  • Breadth and challenge beyond the classroom to complement academic rigour
  • Leadership opportunities
  • Approachable support staff, including two Matrons and an on-site Caretaker

The quality of the school’s links with parents is excellent. Regular formal and informal communication helps the school to maintain a constructive and mutually supportive relationship with parents.

Inspection Report 2012

High quality communication between home and school is central to our care of each child. Detailed written reports are produced in December and July and parent-teacher evenings are scheduled twice a year. However, it is not necessary to await a formal opportunity to discuss your child’s progress. Informal contact with staff is easily achieved and open, frequent communication is encouraged.

Relationships between the staff and pupils are excellent. Teachers are good role models; they know their pupils well and make a considerable contribution to creating a caring and nurturing family environment in the school.

Inspection Report 2012