Alfred Street Junior
Junior School

Telephone: 01933 353762

Creative Experiences for Children

Frequent Trips to Learn about our Heritage

Close Links with the Community

Open Doors for Rushden People

Welcome to Alfred Street Junior

Great things happening all of the time!

Built on a Wealth of History

Fantastic Foundations for Learning

Working Hard Each Day

Learning Skills for our Future

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Welcome to Alfred Street Junior School

We are delighted to welcome you to our newly updated website which is here to help you discover more about the life and work of Alfred Street School, a Community School taking children aged from 7-11 years, in Rushden Northamptonshire.

Alfred Street School is located in the centre of Rushden and is housed in Victorian buildings which give it a distinctive character. The number of pupils which the school plans to admit in any year (the Admission Number) is 60.

Recent developments have included the introduction of a daily breakfast club and an early morning gym club, in addition to a range of after-school and lunchtime clubs. 

AlfredStreetImages29At Alfred Street School we believe in the importance of valuing the individual and in enabling each individual to achieve his/her full potential in a happy, caring and secure environment.

This belief is supported by the aims of the school, which are:

To provide a happy, caring and secure learning environment in which each child and member of staff may develop to their full potential and where they may have the confidence to express themselves freely.

To raise standards of school achievement by setting targets, and monitoring and evaluating attainment

To provide high quality teaching, focused on the prior achievements and learning needs of the children.

To provide a broad and balanced curriculum ensuring that equal opportunities are given to all children regardless of culture, religion, sex or ability.

To recognise and value each individual's contribution to the life of our school. Tolerance, understanding and concern for each other, the immediate and global environment are to be fostered and encouraged.

To extend and improve our community relationships and to develop strong and meaningful links with our school cluster group.

To be an inclusive community, providing for the needs of all our pupils and preparing them for life in twenty-first century society.

Best Wishes

Mrs K O’Connor.

(Head Teacher)