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2nd December 2022
Albert Village Community Primary School
Grade 8, £1,559 per annum
Albert Village Primary School are part of Rise Multi Academy Trust; an ambitious educational trust currently compromising of 19 schools, in Leicestershire. Our vison is simple and ...
22nd November 2022
Albert Village Community Primary School
Grade 5 £7881.77 - £8025.34
LSA SEN 1:1 Fixed Term until 31st August 2023 Grade 5 Pay Point 7-8. 16.15 hours per week term time only Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to make a real difference to c ...
Albert Village Primary School is over 100 years old, but inside the building there has been an impressive remodernisation over the last 5 years.
A new hall built in 2012 has made a vast difference to the teaching areas available in our school. We are also lucky to have a teaching kitchen, studio, library and 7 large classrooms.
An Ofsted inspection in November 2019 rated our school "Good" in all areas.
Please contact the school office to have a look around!
Albert Village Primary School is a small primary school in north-west Leicestershire. The school seeks to maintain values of high individual achievement in a happy and secure school community.
Our school community includes supportive parents and Governors. Many parents and friends make a contribution to the day to day life of the school. Our children are involved in many community activities as we aim to encourage them to be active citizens of Albert Village and the local area. We aim to develop children’s understanding of their local environment through increasing the amount of work we do outside and around the village. We are building links with the National Forest and Derby University.
The building is set in grounds that include a sports field and a developing environmental area. Children have the chance to play in safe play areas.
We have continued to develop our buildings to meet the changing needs of school, most recently with a new hall, classroom and library. All children in classes from Reception to Year 6 have their own classrooms inside the school building. Our Nursery is based in a mobile classroom. The catchment area that the school serves includes a variety of home backgrounds. In school, we seek to value this diversity while building common values and aims.
Albert Village works collaboratively with many other schools. Notably, we are members of Affinity Teaching Alliance , the Ashby Family of Schools (which are primary schools feeding Ivanhoe College in Ashby) and Unity a group of small schools who have joined together as a company to work to provide activities for children and staff.
Rise is a family of schools. We work with and for each other.
We currently comprise of 17 Church of England primary schools and 2 community schools, but we would like to further extend our family to non-church schools.
Our schools each have their own vision and values. Many schools had these before they joined the Rise family. These all complement the work of Rise to enable pupils and staff to ‘flourish and succeed’.
We are proud that all our schools are now deemed to be ‘Good’ in the eyes of Ofsted. However, we want that milestone to be a marker on our journey, rather than the destination itself. We want Rise schools to be great schools.
Our family of schools are all different shapes and sizes, serving rich and varied communities and that is one of the many things we love about our Trust.
Find out more about the Rise Multi-Academy Trust here.
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