Parents are extremely important in the learning life of pupils. We value very highly the input of parents. Simply showing an interest and listening carefully to what they say about school when they are at home is very important.
We operate an 'Open Door' policy at Abbey CE Academy, which means that if there is something that affects your child’s learning that you wish to discuss, then you must come and see us straight away. We are there to help you as much as your children.
If you have any problems or queries regarding any of the information given, please contact the School Office.
At Abbey CE Academy we ensure that our pupils learn for life. Our teaching gives them the knowledge they need to prepare for their future. For example, one of the key themes in the last few years is how Christian Values are intrinsic to our lives. The children have had the opportunity to explore them through a “collapsed curriculum” day, to reflect on them during Collective Worship and to consider how they have an impact on daily life in the classroom.
There are many ways that you can also support your child learning at home. In addition to the homework they may receive each week, finding time to read with your child regularly will make a huge difference to their progress in Literacy.
The approach you take in reading with your child will vary depending on your child’s ability. This may include reading poems and stories to your child, sharing a picture book and discussing the content, asking questions about what your child has read and so on.
Our latest Ofsted reports can be found here.
Our performance against other local primary schools can be found by clicking here.
Our latest KS2 information can be found here.
Year by year comparisons
For 2015, our results are: