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Dragons Den Champions 2018

Congratulations to Year 10 pupils, Lucy, Aimee and Louise who entered the “Dragons Den” Maths competition and won first prize! Last year our Year 10 pupil’s came first in the special school category; however, this year we were the only special school to enter the competition. Therefore, Mr Watkins entered the girls as a mainstream school against 30 other schools across the city.

After designing a fantastic Maths invention and producing an outstanding pitch to the Dragons, they were voted overall winners for Liverpool by unanimous decision. Lucy, Aimee and Louise were presented with a £1,000 cheque, which will be put together with last year’s prize of £500 to purchase Maths resources with a focus on “Enjoyment in Maths”. Our champions will attend a school council meeting with Mrs Piercy and discuss the best way of spending the prize money to improve Maths at C.A.S.

Dragons Den

Lucy, Aimee and Louise with Elaine Rees CEO, Liverpool Learning Partnership.

 

“I was very nervous presenting our idea to the Dragons, but I’m glad we did it because we won!” – Lucy,  “We had the best day ever!” – Aimee

Click here to see their fantastic invention!


About Our School

Welcome to our schoolAt Childwall Abbey School (C.A.S.), we welcome visitors. Many people come to see us, including Parents and Carers, Headteachers and staff from other schools, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, social workers, school health, sports coaches, CAMHS and YPAS therapists, dance and yoga tutors, our local councillors and our neighbours. When people have been to visit C.A.S., we ask them if they would like to leave a comment in our Visitors Book.

Here are just a few of the lovely things our visitors have said about C.A.S.

“Welcoming environment where my son continues to progress and flourish” (Parent)

“This is a beautiful school with caring staff who know their pupils well and want what’s best for them” (Social Worker)

“Finally we get to gain a place in this fabulously nurturing, safe, individual, happy school.” (Parent)

“A very welcoming school by staff and children alike. The atmosphere is warm and friendly and children are relaxed and learning valuable skills.” (Educational Psychologist)

“Superb parents evening, lots of positive and hopeful strategies have been put in place. Here is to the future of our son moving forward.” (Parent)

“Welcoming and inspiring school, lovely staff and pupils, positive experience throughout, from the first point of contact with office staff.” (Safeguarding Officer)

“I am so happy my child has found this haven where he can learn in peace” (Parent)

We really value all your comments and support.

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