Wishing all members of the Childwall Abbey School community a very peaceful Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Many thanks for all your good wishes, cards and gifts and especially for your support over the past term.
The latest newsletter is available to read here.
We look forward to seeing you in January.
School is closed to pupils from 1pm on Thursday 20th December until 8.30am on Tuesday 8th January.
In 1908, James Smith a local Wine Merchant bequeathed a sum of money in memory of his late mother, Margaret Bryce Smith to make annual awards to Liverpool schoolchildren. Each year we are able to nominate pupils who have made outstanding progress or contribution to school life, to receive this Award.
The Award winners were announced before our Pantomime on 18th December. The bursary they each receive will support them in their educational progress.
As always, we are grateful for the generosity of the Margaret Bryce Smith School Scholarships.
The Autumn 2018 newsletter is available to read online. With a range of topics highlighted including medication, use of mobile phones, e-safety, uniform and attendance, as well as news of our pupils’ support of the Trussell Trust, it’s a newsletter that’s not to be missed! Click here to view.
Wishing all our C.A.S. community a very happy and restful half term break. Thank you to everyone who has supported our school over the past weeks. When we come back to school on Monday 29th October, we will be looking forward to some special events.
Parents Evening – Thursday 15th November (4pm-5,30pm)
Children in Need Own Clothes Day and raffle – Friday 16th November
Children in Need Cake Sale for Pupils – Friday 23rd November
Pantomime and Prize Giving – 1pm Tuesday 18th December
End of Autumn Term – 1pm Thursday 20th December
Enjoy the holiday!
The Autumn 2018 newsletter is now live. With a range of topics highlighted including medication, use of mobile phones, e-safety, uniform and attendance, as well as news of our pupils’ support of the Trussell Trust, it’s a newsletter that’s not to be missed! Click here to view.
Childwall Abbey School would like to say a massive “thank-you” to our friends and family for your fantastic support for the Macmillan Coffee Morning, held on 28thSeptember, organised by our Sixth-form.
Many people kindly donated delicious cakes and other tasty treats for sale. Pupils enjoyed their own cake sale on Thursday morning. On Friday, we had a very busy and fun opportunity for parents, carers and friends to get together, have a cuppa and fundraise for this very special good cause.The event raised an amazing £470. Thank-you so much.
We will be holding a number of coffee mornings throughout this school year, talking about supporting pupils with Literacy, Numeracy, ASD, Restorative Practice, Keeping safe and Wellbeing. We look forward to seeing you again soon.
Childwall Abbey School Sixth-form students are raising funds for Macmillan cancer support this September. There will be two events, a cake sale for pupils on 27th September during morning break and a Coffee Morning on 28th September from 11am to 12.15pm, for parents, carers and friends of our school. We will be in touch with more details nearer the date. Please come along if you can, to support this good cause. We look forward seeing you on the day.
Wishing everyone a great start to a happy new school year at Childwall Abbey School. A very warm welcome to old friends and new.
Wishing all the community of Childwall Abbey School a happy summer holiday. Very best wishes to Mrs Williams, Mrs Gowar, Mr Carey and Mr Belger, and to our Year 11 and Sixth-form Leavers, who move on at the end of term, to pastures new. We look forward to welcoming everyone else safe, sound and well rested in September, ready for the new school year.
School closes for pupils at 1pm on Tuesday 24th July ’18 and re-opens for pupils on the morning of Wednesday 5th September ’18.
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.
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!