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Catholic Social Teaching has always been at the very core of St Alban’s School.  It is a central and essential element of our faith.


It is a teaching founded on the life and words of Jesus Christ, who came "to bring glad tidings to the poor . . . liberty to captives . . . recovery of sight to the blind" (Lk 4:18-19), and who identified himself with "the least of these," the hungry and the stranger (cf. Mt 25:45).


During the academic year of 2018-19, over £1800  has been raised! Many, many  thanks to all of St Alban's School Community and Parish for their support. Here are just some of the charities we supported during 2018-19.


RNLI £40.37 

East Cheshire Hospice £40.57 

Cerebral Palsy  £27.15 

Diabetes UK (Pupil led) fundraising £84.37 

Dyslexia UK    (wear green day) £248.55 

CAFOD Fast day  £357.26

Save the Children (Christmas jumper day)  £129.67 raised.

Operation Christmas Child Assembly  101 shoe boxes collected.


World Downs Syndrome Day £264 raised donated to Downs Syndrome Society

Age UK (22.3.19)  (pupil led) £120.16 

Hampers for the Homeless (School Council organised grocery boxes for the local community).

CAFOD  £316.78    

Hope for Life Foodbank (Pupil Led) Assembly to request food for food parcels for local community was a great success and many food parcels were generated as a result of our donations of food items.


















Year 5 fundraising for Windyways Trust (Dog Rescue)

Downsyndrome Assembly and Odd Sock Day!

Fundraising for the Leprosy Mission and the Royal National Institute for the Blind