A very warm welcome back to all members of our Childwall Abbey School community, for the final half-term of the year. We offer all our support and encouragement to the Year 11 pupils who are finishing their exams and preparing for two challenging weeks of work experience, before they leave us on 29/6/18. We will also be bidding a fond farewell to our Sixth-form leavers on that day.
Here are a few dates for you to remember between now and the end of term. We will send more details nearer the events.
19/6/18 – Parents/Carers Coffee morning (11am-12 noon). The theme is “Keeping your child safe online”
28/6/18 – Sixth-form Leavers Celebration Lunch
29/6/18 – Year 11 Leavers Celebration Lunch
6/7/18 – Whole School Maths Party Day
12/7/18 – Parents Evening. (4pm-5.30pm)
13/7/18 – Duke of Edinburgh Awards Celebration Evening (7pm-9pm)
18/7/18 – School Sports Day (10.30am – 12 noon)
There will be lots of other events and days out before the summer holidays. We will keep you posted so please watch this space!
Just a quick note to wish all our C.A.S. community a very happy half-term break, which begins on 25/5/18. When we come back to school, we will be heading towards the summer holidays and preparing for lots of school trips, the Duke of Edinburgh awards night, summer parents evening and our fun C.A.S. Sports Day. Please remember to check the website for updates on dates and times.
Could parents and carers please remember to make sure their child is suitably dressed for hot weather, that sun cream has been applied if needed and that they have a bottle of water (not juice or fizzy drinks) if they would like one? Drinking water is always available in all classrooms.
Here’s hoping the sun shines on us all week. Looking forward to seeing everyone on 4/6/18.
We are very proud to announce that Childwall Abbey School has achieved the Artsmark Gold Award. This recognises the value we place on giving our school community opportunities to access and enjoy as many cultural experiences as possible. These include many visits outside school, to museums, art galleries and concert halls, as well as enabling our pupils to develop their own performance skills, interests and appreciation of the value of art in all its forms in our society through our curriculum.
Liverpool is a culturally rich city and we are proud to live and learn in such a vibrant place.
Many thanks go to all pupils and staff who were involved in preparing our successful bid, which was led by Mrs Hunt. Well Done everyone!
Welcome back to Childwall Abbey School for the Summer term. School is open for pupils on 10th April 2018. We hope everyone has had a happy and restful holiday and we look forward to seeing you all soon. Check out our latest newsletter which is available to read now on our Newsletters page.
Parents and carers of pupils at C.A.S. are invited to a pre-Easter holiday Coffee Morning, on Tuesday 20th March from 11am – 12noon. The event will be hosted by our Sixth-form students.
This is an opportunity for you to enjoy some social time and to meet up with other C.A.S. parents in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Michelle Mollard, our Learning Mentor, Mrs Shaw, our SENCo and Mr Radford, Additional Resource Centre Lead will be on hand to offer support and advice.
Please let school office know by telephone, if you are able to attend, to help us manage numbers. We look forward to seeing you on the day!
Childwall Abbey School will be hosting a range of reading based activities across all Key Stages during the week beginning 26th February 2018. These will lead up to World Book Day (1st March 2018), when pupils in Key Stage 3 will be able to dress up as their favourite book character. (This is optional. Pupils who do not want to dress up should come to school in normal school uniform.)
We always encourage parents and carers to take time out to read with their child. Celebrating the joy of reading is an important and fun way to develop skills for life.
Wishing all members of the Childwall Abbey School community a very happy half- term. We have been so busy since we came back to school in January, with lots of hard work, especially for our Year 11 exam groups and some lovely activities, such as the Sixth-form Duke of Edinburgh Expedition, Peace Proms performance and visits by sports students from Liverpool Hope University. We can all have a good rest next week and return refreshed on Monday 19th February 2018.
Congratulations to all members of Childwall Abbey School Choir, who represented our school so magnificently at the Liverpool Peace Proms, in the Echo Arena last Saturday. The whole event was amazing, with 2,000 pupils from schools in Liverpool and the North-west joining together to sing and to celebrate communities living together in peaceful cooperation. Thanks also to all the parents, carers, family and friends who came along to support us.
The hard work our pupils and staff had put in to rehearsing for the big day really paid off and we all had a fantastic time. Well done everyone!
Next week, C.A.S. will be supporting Safer Internet Day in themed assemblies. This is an opportunity to remind ourselves about how to stay safe online and what to do if we have any concerns. For more information on this important area, please go to our Online Safety section on the Parents Page of our website.
Our school choir is joining in the fun at the Liverpool Peace Proms in the ECHO Arena on Saturday 27th January 2018.
Anyone performing on Saturday must arrive at the Riverside entrance of the Arena at 12.30pm where Mr Maines will meet them. The show takes place between 3pm and 5pm. Pupils can be collected by parents/carers at the City entrance (Door 3) at 5.30pm. (The emergency contact number is 07564386202)
Pupils must bring a packed lunch in a disposable bag and a bottle of water. The dress code is a white top and black trousers or skirt.
The choir and staff have been rehearsing for many weeks and we are very proud of their dedication and hard work. Good luck everyone!