Welcome To Abbotsbury Primary
Make sure you read over the summer and try the Merton Summer Reading Challenge- remember to show your books to the library. Well done to Triniti and Patrik for their amazing published book. Look on Amazon for their book, ‘Best Friends Fur-Ever’, have a read and leave a comment. They spent a year researching and writing this book as a pre cursor to getting their own dog. Woof! Woof!
Guitar Concert 2017
If you are interested in learning the guitar, there is a special offer for one year only at the MMF, (The Merton Music Foundation). The cost is roughly £40 per term for groups of three speak to your class teacher.
London Young Ambassadors
Mission Aviation Fellowship
David Mason’s Drama sessions
Pupils Litter Picking with The Big Tidy Up
London Young Ambassadors
Young Ambassadors - Homelessness
Netball Charity Challenge for Grace
Netball Finals Competition 2017
School Council Goes Behind the Scenes
Fundraising for Grace
Please take some time to watch the video posted by Jackie Schneider.
World Book Day 2017
World Book Day is a celebration of our favourite books!
Safer Internet Day 2017
Get involved in Safer Internet Day.
Young Ambassadors and School Council members performed ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’.
Good Luck to the Young Voices 2017
Pupil's Take Away Work from Years 2 & 5
Letter to the Prime Minister
Abbotsbury Christmas Carols
"Speak Up, Speak Out!" Project at the Royal Albert Hall
For more information click on the image.
Thank you for all the donations for 'Children in Need'.
Beauty and the Beast
The ‘Image Theatre Company’ was at Abbotsbury Primary School last term, performing ‘Beauty and the Beast’.
The Year 5 assembly was ’Out of this world’
The children in Year 5 have been studying Outer Space, including the planets.
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.
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.