Welcome To Abbotsbury Primary
London Young Ambassadors organised the visit
Children want to arrange coffee mornings, cake sales and tea dances to help stop their elderly neighbours feeling lonely or isolated.
Kingston Beekeepers visits Abbotsbury Primary School
Year 4 at PGL
On the water with Year 4 at PGL
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Having a Coffee Morning is the perfect chance to catch up over a cuppa and a slice of something delicious for a great cause.
Key Stage 2 Sports Day 2016
Key Stage 1 Sports Day 2016
Race for Life 2016
Kids today will help beat cancer tomorrow.
Year 6 Activity Week 2016
Take a look at same of the activities we did during this week.
Letter from Buckingham Palace
Abbotsbury Celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday
The National Children’s Ballet Company visit Abbotsbury.
Using the Scroll Saw
Ten lucky Year 5 pupils were invited to Kings School in Wimbledon.
Larch and Maple class have started this year’s Micro Society with a bang.
Bank of England
As part of Enterprise week, Abbotsbury Primary School visited the Bank of England.
Abbotsbury Year 4 Mock Meadow Vote
Abbotsbury travel to the Olympic Park.
Year 5 Tour Bough Beech Reservoir and Treatment Works
This term, Kuba (Year 5) and Karol (Year 3) are teaching us some Polish.
Little Lord Fauntleroy
The National children’s ballet company selected our school to be part of the £1 ballet tickets.
School Council Book Week
Abbotsbury school council raised money to fund buildings of three toilets for Nepal, Uganda and Pakistan.
Sports Relief - SKIP-a-THON
Thank you so so much for your generosity. The children skipped all day and we raised £1,500.49.
Year 4 Visit Harry Potter World
Wind in the Willows - Book Week 2016
Merton Gymnastics Competition 2016
Abbotsbury Primary School Learn How to Help Rebuild Lives
Abbotsbury Netball Team
On the Wednesday 28th January we competed in the Borough Finals and come 3rd.
Team London Young Ambassadors Programme
The Mayor of London’s volunteer programme for schools
Head Teacher Awards
All of these children have received a Head teacher award for giving maximum effort and having a consistent attitude to others and their learning. Could it be you next term? Why don't you ask those children the qualities required to achieve this?
Abbotsbury School Council Visit to Parliament
As part of democracy week, members of Abbotsbury School Council visited The Houses of Parliament.
David Mason visit to Abbotsbury
Abbotsbury School Aims and Ethos
We are proud to be a part of our local community, benefiting from its diversity and resources and contributing to them. At Abbotsbury every child really does matter and our aims are to:
• Create a happy, welcoming school environment where children feel motivated to learn and can achieve.
• Provide a broad, balanced and creative curriculum matched to the needs of the individual child.
• Develop children’s self-confidence, independence and sense of personal responsibility.
• Create a positive atmosphere, where everyone is courteous and respectful towards each other.
• Value the contribution made by all members of the school community – pupils, staff, parents, • families•and governors.