Childwall Abbey School “Read, Rest and Play” project has been chosen by Tesco to compete for a Bags of Help grant. We are asking all our parents, carers, extended families and friends to help us.
We urgently need all the votes we can get so that we can provide a sheltered reading area and story chair, outdoor gym equipment and some hidden seating to provide an engaging and tranquil social setting for our pupils who all have complex special needs including Autism.
You can vote at these TESCO stores every time you shop.
Ask the cashier for a token, you don’t have to buy a bag!
Aigburth Metro L17 9PE
Allerton Road (S) (B) L18 6HF
Allerton Road Express L18 1LH
Clocktower Express L15 8HQ
Holmfield Road Express L19 3PF
Leat Lane Express L26 0AD
Mossley Hill Express L18 5ED
Wavertree Express L15 5AH
Woolton L25 7SF
Please remember to vote for Childwall Abbey School “Read, Rest and Play” at TESCO stores during May and June.
Keeping children occupied over the May half-term can be tricky, not to mention expensive. Our museums and galleries provide the perfect solution, offering a fun, educational day out for the whole family – packed with free activities, come rain or shine!
Discover the half-term highlights on the museum website and start planning your visit today!
LightNight is Liverpool’s free one-night arts and culture festival, taking place this Friday 19th May.
It’s an event the whole family can enjoy. There’s everything from large-scale light projections and live music to workshops and spoken word, art, crafts and theatre, street performance, walking tours, dancing and late-opening exhibitions, with over 100 free events. and activities for all ages, from 5pm until late.
Also Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum & the Walker Art Gallery are open until 10pm, with lots of free events.
The theme for this year’s festival is ‘time’; the past, present and future, memory and the world we live in, as well as the influence of time on art, philosophy and scientific discovery.
Festival guides are available on the website (see link above) or for £3 at many venues across the city.
See you there?
Mrs J Hunt
Young Person’s Advisory Service is hosting a community open day on Wednesday 19th April. If you’re looking for something to do over half term, check out the flyer below!
Many thanks go out to everyone who helped Childwall Abbey School to raise £180 for the wonderful causes supported by Comic Relief. All the pupils and staff enjoyed our Own Clothes Day, with everyone looking smart and many people wearing red. The red noses were sold out before registration and our Sixth-form did us proud, organising a cake sale at break time. As always, the community of Childwall Abbey came together to do their best for those in need.
Well done everyone!
This year, Comic Relief Red Nose Day takes place tomorrow, Friday 24th March. To raise money for this great cause, Childwall Abbey School will be having an Own Clothes Day, for a donation of £1 per pupil please. It would be fun if pupils could wear something red but they don’t have to. (Please don’t buy anything specially!) There will be a cake sale at break time too, 20p per cake. Mrs Deegan has been sent a box of Red Noses, which will also be on sale. Numbers are limited and the price is £1 per nose.
Thank you for your support
Congratulations to our Sixth-form students, for planning and running a very successful Valentine’s Day Cake Sale in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
The sale was announced at a thought provoking whole school assembly on Monday 13th February, with a PowerPoint put together by the Sixth-form students themselves. This explained what an important organisation Macmillan is and the wonderful support they provide to people in the most challenging circumstances.
All classes were invited to bring in a little money on 14th February and to come along to the Sixth-form Base, where a fantastic array of delicious cakes and biscuits had been set out to be purchased. There was also a fun competition to “Guess the Dots” on a cake. The winner was Richard, one of our wonderful volunteer helpers.
Everyone had fun, the cakes were delicious and we raised £84.00 for Macmillan.
Safer Internet Day 2017 is being celebrated globally today, Tuesday 7th February, with the slogan ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet’.
The UK Safer Internet Centre – a partnership of three leading charities; Childnet, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation – provide resources for children, schools and families, and tools for getting involved at www.saferinternetday.org.uk
At Childwall Abbey School we will be holding special assemblies, to support our pupils in making use of the benefits of the internet in a safe and positive way.
Children’s Mental Health Week takes place this year between 7th and 12th February. We know that mental health issues can be just as challenging and distressing as any other form of illness. Anyone of us could be affected by mental health issues, therefore it is vital that we, as a community, learn how best to build resilience in ourselves and to support it in others.
The theme of the week this year is KINDNESS. At Childwall Abbey School, all pupils and staff will be taking time in whole school assemblies and in form groups, to think about and identify opportunities for acts of kindness which will make ourselves and others feel strong and valued.
We will be sending home some Tips for Parents, so that you can be involved in supporting this important initiative. For further information, look on the Place2Be website.
This week (6-12 February 2017), it’s Children’s Mental Health Week. Run by school-based children’s mental health charity Place2Be, this year we’re encouraging everyone to spread a little kindness. Visit www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk to find out how you can get involved and support Place2Be.
Place2Be have also produced ‘Tips for Parents’ document that you can download here.