Alfriston School on Twitter

Maze fun at cliveden for pastoral afternoon *cp https://t.co/y14VrOuj9h
about 20 hours ago

Y7 having games and refreshments at the "Shorrodean" cafe^rs https://t.co/3QDlwboxnP
about 22 hours ago

Who's up for a little gladiator duel at today's fun day? ^tl https://t.co/7TU7qoEOjp
12 days ago

ALFRISTON SCHOOL ON TWITTER »

  • Message from the Head

    Jinna Male writes:

    Welcome to Alfriston, I hope you find the information on our website interesting and informative.

    We are a special school for girls aged 11 – 19 who have a mix of moderate learning difficulties and speech, language and communication difficulties. We have approximately 120 girls at the school, some of whom board for part of the week. The school has a thriving 6th form, running courses that cater for the range of student abilities and needs.

    Alfriston gained sports college status in 2009, and we are now established as a centre of excellence for disability sports and also around the wider areas of leadership, motivation and healthy living.

    We hold high academic and social standards for our girls, and pride ourselves in providing exciting and creative learning opportunities, both inside and outside the classroom, where all pupils are treated as individuals and prepared for adult life. Our main aim is to prepare our pupils for integration into the wider community, able to enjoy and participate in life as contributing adults.

    “The excellent personal and academic opportunities offered ensure that the school makes a huge difference to the lives of students. As a result, all groups achieve outstandingly well from their individual starting points.” (Ofsted July 2013)

    If you would like to know more about our school, please contact us and arrange to come and visit us.

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  • Our Core Values

    We are a school where endeavour and aspiration are central to all that we do.

    We aim to provide a positive, safe and vibrant learning environment which engenders self-esteem, social confidence and a healthy lifestyle.

    We recognise that pupil achievements have positive implications for all areas of learning in terms of raised self-confidence, independence and ambition. We believe that success is a powerful motivator.

    Similarly the spiritual and cultural aspects of learning are an important part of the life of Alfriston to which all areas of the curriculum and school community contribute. Pupils are encouraged to reflect upon tolerance, respect and compassion and have an understanding of right and wrong. They learn about various faith groups and their beliefs, developing appropriate and sensitive behaviour and attitudes to others.

    There are opportunities for creativity, imagination and inspiration in many activities including theme days, working with artists and visits to cultural events. Pupils are encouraged to discover their own cultural traditions and practices as well as those of others in society, through dance, drama, art, literature, music and theatre. We are keen to encourage pupils to understand that what we learn relates to life in society, to instil the importance of personal values and a sense of self-worth.


Latest News From The School Blog

  • Alfriston Cookery Book

    Alfriston Cookery Book –  As you may know I have been trying to put together an Alfriston school cookery book to share our love of cooking.  I need pupils to cook their favourite food, and I need somebody to take photos of them doing this along with the finished dish.   Then I would be [...] CONTINUE READING »

  • School-Made Jam

    School-Made Jam – the girls have been picking fruit and making various flavours of jam that will be sold at the Christmas Bazaar.  We would like to hold a competition for the girls to design a label for the jars that they think represents the school-made jam. To enter this competition the girls need to [...] CONTINUE READING »

  • Pokémon Go

    Within less than a week of its US release, Pokémon Go became a gaming phenomenon – the augmented reality game can transform familiar surroundings into adventure playgrounds and its simple rules make it accessible for families to play together. But with reports of accidents, muggings and gruesome discoveries, and now that it is available in the UK, I urge parents to take a look at this article from the ParentZone CONTINUE READING »

  • Sports Day 2016

    On Tuesday 5th July 2016 we had our Sports Day. It took place on our field. Everybody came into school in their Alfriston School PE kit and we were really excited for it. We went in our forms for registration, then we went down onto the field at 9.20. Sports Day started at 9.30. The [...] CONTINUE READING »

  • Sports Day is coming!!!

    As you may know Sports Day is coming round the corner on the 5th July 2016. CONTINUE READING »