St Albans

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St. Al•bans

(ˈɔl bənz)
n.
a city in W Hertfordshire, in SE England. 128,600.
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Here St Alban's Church of England Primary School, Baldwins Gardens, Holborn, London, EC1N 7SD, is put into focus to show its scores in relation to other schools in the area.
WHEN excited youngsters began the rst ever term at St Alban's Catholic Primary School in Redcar, little did they know their school buildings would barely last into the 21st century.
Students' from ARK St Alban's Academy in Birmingham recently travelled to the Royal Shakespeare Company's Stratford home to meet e Prince Of Wales, the RSC's president.
Terry Mackie said St Alban's RC Primary School in Cardiff was failed by its overarching authorities and problems that were drawn out over five years but which should have been dealt with a lot sooner.
St Alban's Church, in Earsdon, near Whitley Bay, has secured a Government subsidy which rewards organisations that invest in green technologies.
St Alban's Academy head of maths Doctor Hassan Hassan teaches a class with Misoon Ali
Well, they should visit St Alban's Church of England school in Birmingham.
If the PS42m plans are agreed Willows High will be re-built on Tremorfa Park, St Alban's will shut and Baden Powell Primary will be extended and moved to the Tremorfa Park development site.
In Group 2, St Alban's got off to a great start with a 3-1 defeat of Royal Grammar.
Figures from the Department for Education showed that St Alban's Academy, in Highgate, was the top performing school in terms of Value Added Maths - a measure of how pupils progress in maths - and is in the top 100 schools in the country for pupils making progress.
It comes after figures revealed that St Alban's, in the Tremorfa area of Cardiff, spent more than PS1m on temporary staff cover and a series of investigations over a four-year period.