Welcome to Alde Valley Academy
Officially rated Good by Ofsted, September 2017 and one of the top ten high achieving secondary schools in Suffolk

COVID-19 Updates
  • Letter from Headteacher to Parents 20th April 2020 Dear Parents/Carers I hope this letter finds you well and coping as well as could be expected with this completely unprecedented period of our lives. We have one eye on the future and one eye on the present. Today, things are tough. Some of the impact of this situation is visible, much is invisible. We know there is more yet to face and each and every one of our 'challenges' are unique. It will take all of our courage and wit to navigate through this into 'better times', but our collective resilience makes this possible. I would like to take the opportunity to update you on developments relating to education. Home Learning The systems which were ...
    Posted 20 Apr 2020, 07:29 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Child Protection and Safeguarding: COVID-19 Addendum This addendum applies during the period of school closure due to COVID-19 and reflects updated advice from our safeguarding partners. It sets out changes to our normal child protection policy in light of the Department for Education’s guidance regarding Coronavirus: safeguarding in schools, colleges and other providers, and should be read in conjunction with that policy.Unless covered here, our normal child protection policy continues to apply.
    Posted 29 Apr 2020, 06:23 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership Update COVID-19 Suffolk ResponsePublished on 1 April 2020 by Anthony DouglasThe stress of the lockdown is affecting many individuals and families across Suffolk.Equally powerfully, the response by the people of Suffolk to the danger of Covid-19 has been brilliant – from individuals, families, professionals and from the voluntary sector including new volunteers, still to be deployed, who have come forward in unprecedented numbers from all walks of life. Whilst NHS staff have worked themselves into the ground to help people falling sick, so too have others like care workers, social workers, teachers and police officers. This is a response by everyone providing public services and also by those in the private sector who have acted incredibly responsibly ...
    Posted 8 Apr 2020, 02:21 by Robin Oxborrow
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What's Happening What's On
  • School Travel Opt-In All children using SCC funded school travel will have to opt-in to the service each year by no later than the 31st May to ensure that the transport provision ...
    Posted 2 Mar 2020, 09:01 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Where have all the eels gone? Our students have been investigating the critical decline in the local eel population. This project was delivered by Victoria Bolton from the Suffolk Wildlife Trust, with funding from Galloper Windfarms ...
    Posted 26 Feb 2020, 01:43 by Robin Oxborrow
  • Year 11 Parents Evening - Date Change Due to the General Election the Year 11 Parents Evening has changed from 12th December 2019 to the 11th December 2019 at 4:00pm - 6:30pm.
    Posted 28 Nov 2019, 08:50 by Robin Oxborrow
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