Alsop Remembers

As the world gets ready to commemorate 11 November 1918, Alsop students have attended a special act of worship to remember the end of World War One.

Students were reminded the centenary of the armistice is about commemorating the huge sacrifice of over an estimated 37 million military and civilian lives.

Mr Bull who led the collective worship comments:

“On Armistice Day Britain will mark one of the most significant moments in our nation’s history. One hundred years after the guns fell silent on the western front, each and every one of us can pause to reflect on the immense sacrifices that were made by so many.
Alsop students were reminded of the story of Percy Tucker and the 24 Walton “Pals” who perished during the Battle of the Somme.


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At Alsop, we are able to offer a diverse curriculum ensuring that the individual needs of all students are met. We are a school of first choice and our aim is to provide a high quality education for all our students by offering first class facilities that support outstanding learning and teaching.

This has been recognised by the numerous awards we have received in recent years celebrating our success and the success of our students. We constantly strive to improve our standards further; developing strategies and initiatives to provide support and guidance, leading to the achievement of students of all abilities.

Our curriculum design guarantees our students receive the individualised education they deserve and our continual strive for excellence means nothing but the best will do. We want our students to be successful and so work to create a partnership with parents, as by working together, our students will benefit and flourish.

Mr J Mangan