Ss Alban and Stephen Catholic Junior School in St Albans


st-alban-100st-stephen-100We aim to develop a love of learning and to create a living Christian community of pupils, staff, parents, governors and the parish.

High Quality Learning

Discover all the stimulating high quality learning opportunities which we provide at SS Alban & Stephen Catholic Junior School. We are a Voluntary Aided school within Westminster Diocese and situated in the Roman city of St. Albans in Hertfordshire.

Skilled Staff

Our skilled and dedicated staff who work tirelessly to provide the best teaching and learning experience for each child. Together we make our school a safe, happy and caring environment in which each child is listened to and valued. It is a place in which we strive to fulfil the potential of each child and equip them with the tools to be responsible citizens.

Nurturing every child to grow and flourish in Christ

Our school’s mission statement,”Nurturing every child to grow and flourish in Christ”, is visibly tangible throughout the school. It underpins our values and permeates all aspects of school life. We aim to nurture happy, independent children with enquiring minds who can tackle challenges with confidence and determination.

"Nurturing every child to grow and flourish in Christ"

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Latest news

Chicken Pox – Confirmed Case

CONFIRMED CASE OF CHICKEN POX Sunday 25th September There has been a confirmed case of chicken pox in Year 5. Please be aware that chicken pox is a viral airborne disease. If your child begins to show the following symptoms please take them to the see your local GP...

Head’s Newsletter 23rd September 2016

The theme of Monday morning’s assembly was stewardship. Throughout the course of the week the children have shown how they have taken care of their talents to make great strides in their learning and ultimately their achievements: our cross country team saw two...

Head’s Newsletter 16th September 2016

After this morning’s torrential downpour it seems as if we have come to the end of a glorious summer. Year group meetings began this week and will conclude on Monday 26th September with Year 5. Fr Tom celebrated mass this morning to mark the beginning of the...

Secondary Transfer Meeting

Please find the slides that were used at this evening’s Secondary School Transfer meeting at the link below. You will also find the link to the County Schools Admissions Page where further information about the process can be found....

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