Digital Parenting Magazine

A brand new issue of Digital Parenting Magazine has been released and it is jam packed with online safety information and advice for parents/carers.  From setting digital house rules to ensuring your child’s smartphone is secure, all manner of online safety topics are covered.

Be sure to check out previous editions of this fantastic resource.  They are available on Vodafone’s website here.

Happy 2020!

Wishing all the community of Childwall Abbey School a very healthy and happy 2020! Welcome back to school for a busy new term, full of challenges and fun.

Seasons Greetings

Wishing all members of our Childwall Abbey School community a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Many thanks go out to all parents and carers for their kind good wishes, cards and gifts. We hope you all enjoy a peaceful and happy holiday and we look forward to welcoming pupils back to school on Tuesday 7th January 2020.

Fundraising thank you…

A huge thank-you goes out to everyone who kindly contributed to our Minibus fundraising efforts. We have raised a total of £500 over the past two weeks, through our Hamper raffle and the Sixth-form Enterprise Group sale of craft items, produced by many pupils throughout the school. We are making steady progress towards our target of £7,000. The rest of the cost of purchasing a new bus, will be met by a donation by the Steve Morgan Foundation. We are very grateful for their generous support.

Parent governor election result

The Governors of Childwall Abbey School are pleased to announce that Mrs Josephine McKeown has been duly elected as our newest Parent Governor.  We congratulate Mrs McKeown on her appointment and extend special thanks to all those parents who kindly put their names forward.  Thanks also go to all the parents and carers who took the time to vote in this election.

Important notice

Please note that there is currently an outbreak of Norovirus in the Liverpool area. Childwall Abbey School has been affected significantly, resulting in a short school closure. We have now reopened following a deep clean. This should help to restrict the spread of the infection. If your child becomes ill with the symptoms of this virus, they should not attend school until 48 hours after their symptoms end.

Please see further advice here.

Please click here to read a letter from the Headteacher.

Important notice

Due to the outbreak of a virus in school, C.A.S is closed to pupils on Tuesday 26th November and Wednesday 27th November.  School will open as normal on Thursday 28th November.  Please see the link below for further information.