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Eid Celebration for all ages Saturday 22 June 12pm-3pm

Venue: The Lighthouse Alma Way, B19 2LN

Lots of great activities on the day

Eid Celebratioon Saturday 22nd june

New Accessible Minibus

This minibus might not run ‘all day long’ but it sure is accessible! With the generous support of NOW Education, Prince Albert High School has purchased a fully accessible minibus for their students. NOW Education, a specialist educational recruitment agency for primary, secondary and SEND schools across England, aims to make a positive impact beyond the classroom on everyone they interact with. With the help of NOW Education, the purchase of the new minibus will enable all students at PA High to have better access to swimming and off-site enrichment opportunities.

The funding has been integral to enabling the purchase and will significantly impact our students' educational experiences. Gary Redman, CEO of NOW Education said: “Now Education is delighted to have been in a position to support PACT with the purchase of this minibus. This will also assist children with a disability, something that I know all too well about, to enjoy all aspects of childhood. This is a particularly important and dear cause” On the purchase of the new minibus, Head of Physical Education, Adam Tatton said “The purchase of our minibus has been invaluable for our students to access a wide range of enrichment opportunities and activities outside the classroom. The bonus is the vehicle is accessible for all students at PAHS regardless of a particular need or disability.”

Staff at PA High are passionate about enabling opportunities beyond the classroom and recognise the importance of enrichment opportunities for developing physical and mental health. The minibus will be an essential tool for exploring new opportunities beyond the classroom. PACT would like to extend its gratitude to NOW Education for providing the means for all students to take part in new adventures.

Where should we take the minibus next?

Accessible Minibus


Scholastic Book Fair - Monday 26th February to Friday 1st March 2024

World Book Day is approaching and will be taking place on Thursday 7th March 2024.

This is a day to celebrate and raise awareness about the importance of reading, create love for reading and bring out students' inner readers. As part of this, we will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair. The book fair will take place from Monday 26th February to Friday 1st March 2024. There will be a range of books that will be available for students to buy.

Books will start from £3, and maximum price for the books will be £10. Students will also be provided with a £1 book voucher that they can use to pay towards a book. This will deduct £1 off the original price of the book. The book fair will take place next week during the morning, lunchtime and after school.

If your child would like to buy a book, they can bring in cash to do this or there is a form available for your child to take home. They must fill in the details of the book they would like and you are able to pay online. Once the payment has been made, we will provide your child with the book they have bought.

Scholastic Book Fair Poster

Scholastic Book Fair QR Code

Measles (MMR) Vaccine Reminder

There is an increasing number of people with measles in Birmingham. Most of these are young children who have not had their MMR (measles) vaccine.

Measles is a highly infectious disease, which can be very serious. Two doses of the MMR vaccine is the best protection against measles. Over 80% of Birmingham children and adults have had the MMR vaccine. We need everyone protected.

The MMR vaccine is safe for every faith. There is a type of MMR vaccine that does not contain pork gelatine, so it can be used for people who do not touch any pork products. This vaccine is available at every GP practice, and it is free.

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September School Return

Please read the information below regarding the return to school in September 2023:

4th Sept 2023 - Teacher Training Day5th Sept 2023 - Teacher Training Day
6th Sept 2023 - Students Return to School

Welcome To Prince Albert High School: A Q&A with the Current Year 7 Students

Click the link below to view the Q&A from our current year 7 students.

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CEO Sajid Gulzar to move on from Prince Albert Community Trust

It is with mixed emotions that we announce the departure of Sajid Gulzar from his position as CEO of Prince Albert Community Trust. After more than 26 years of serving children across Birmingham and 14 dedicated years of service at PACT Sajid has decided to take on an exciting new role in Dubai with Kings’ Education.

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Prince Albert High School
115 Holford Drive
Perry Barr
Birmingham
B42 2TU

By Phone: 0121 817 8952

Email: enquiry@pahigh.co.uk

 

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