26/03/2021 – Well done to everyone for making such a calm and successful return to being all together in school over the past few weeks. Special thanks to parents and carers who have kept us updated regarding Covid test results and isolation and who have encouraged all our children to return to school from 8th March.

Many thanks to all who contributed to our “own clothes day” fundraiser for Comic Relief. The total raised was £104, which is excellent.

After the holiday, pupils and staff will continue to work in bubbles and transport arrangements. The modified timetable will remain the same. Pupils must continue to attend school in uniform, except on PE days when they must attend in appropriate clothing to allow them take part in physical activities i.e. plain t-shirt or sweatshirt and joggers (not fashion items or football kit please).

Our Key information update of C.A.S. expectations can be accessed here.

Please click here for a letter from the Director of Children’s Services with regard to Covid safety.

Currently, we have a vacancy for a Parent Governor. Please consider supporting our school in this way. The nomination form and further information can be accessed here.

As always, can we remind all parents and carers to be vigilant regarding their child’s access to social media, in all its forms, over the holiday. Further information and support is available on the E-safety section of our website Parents page and on our Twitter feed.


Covid-19 mass testing, your questions answered

13/11/2020 – Please refer to this link for answers to commonly asked questions regarding mass testing for Covid-19.


Online learning platforms

11/11/2020 – We are pleased to announce that if your child is currently working from home due to the closure of their bubble or isolation, they will find suitable work on the following two online learning platforms:

1. Education City
2. RM Maths

Click the above links for guides on how your child can access the learning platforms.

Pupils should already know their Education City username and password.  The same username and password can be used to access both platforms.

The username and password your child will need to access the above learning platforms will be sent to the parent/carer email address we have on record.  If you haven’t provided the school with an email address please contact the school ASAP.


New Covid-19 related absence poster for parents and carers

16/09/2020 – Please see the new Quick Guide for Parents/Carers poster covering action you should take in relation to Covid-19 related absences.

 


Face coverings in schools – Latest public health instructions

15/09/2020 –  Please note the latest Public Health Liverpool instructions received by Mrs Piercy today regarding face coverings in schools:

Essential use of face coverings

Dear Head teacher, levels of COVID-19 in Liverpool are high and increasing every day – we need to take urgent action.

It is now essential that parents and carers in Liverpool wear face coverings when collecting and dropping off their children at school.   All school staff should role model best practice by also wearing a face covering if supervising during collection or drop off.  Those who refuse or cannot wear face coverings should maintain social distancing of at least 2m from children and other parents/ carers.

We thank you in advance for ensuring greater levels of safety in your school and our communities.

Many thanks,

Matthew Ashton (Director of Public Health Liverpool City Council)

Thank you in advance for helping to keep our community safe and our school open. 


Latest news regarding management of Covid-19

14/09/2020 – Please click here and read the latest news we have received regarding management of Covid-19 (suspected and confirmed cases – at home and in school).  We will continue to update as appropriate.


Back-to-school update letter to parents/carers

10/09/2020 – Please click here for the most recent ‘back-to-school’ update from the headteacher.

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Liverpool CAMHS

The Liverpool CAMHS Partnership continues to adapt as COVID-19 impacts our everyday lives.  Details of the support available from each partner and how this support can be accessed can be found on our website, or by following the links below. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook where we will be sharing regular updates.


Online Safety Advice for Parents

During the current Coronavirus (Covid 19) situation many parents are working from home including home learning with their children.  Merseyside Police, through their  Community First campaign, have produced an online safety advice leaflet with help and advice for parents on staying stay whilst online.


Every Mind Matters –  Are you looking after your mental health? Get practical tips and helpful advice from the NHS.


Supporting Autistic People Through Covid-19 – This 30 minute webinar may be a valuable resource for some  parents/carers and discusses strategies to manage change, anxiety and routine.


Important coronavirus (COVID-19) information

As the situation regarding the coronavirus is evolving – please refer to the following regularly updated links, provided by the UK government and NHS:

 

Welcome to our school

Cath Piercy, Headteacher

Cath Piercy, Headteacher

 

Childwall Abbey School is a Local Authority specialist secondary school for pupils with Complex Learning Difficulties, aged 11-19.  We are located in a beautiful part of the south of Liverpool and have thriving links with our local community.  Our aim is to provide quality education, for pupils who have a wide variety of learning difficulties, often including Autistic Spectrum Disorder.

At Childwall Abbey, we know that all our pupils can achieve, if they are able to experience a curriculum, learning environment and support, which meets their individual needs.

Our Mission Statement underpins all our practice in the daily life of our school.

We aim to be:

“A calm, safe and welcoming place in which to work and learn.
A place where everyone supports each other to achieve.
A place we enjoy coming to each day.”

At Childwall Abbey, we understand the importance of working closely with parents, carers, governors and many other agencies, to develop independence and self-esteem in all our pupils. Pupils are encouraged to develop skills for adult life, to achieve nationally accredited certification, to have opportunities to learn outside the classroom and to become respectful, active and positive contributors to the wider community.

I hope you find our website useful. Please contact school if you require any further help or information.

Cath Piercy (Headteacher)