Abbey CE Academy offers its pupils interesting additional activities outside the classroom.
- We run a wide range of after school clubs which we hope will be educational, fun and interesting.
- The friends of The Abbey School are always looking for new and fun ways to raise money for the school.
- We run yearly school trips
- We provide music classes throughout the year to spark an ear for music.
At The Abbey, we have regular open days and parents' evenings to keep everyone informed about the school and the children’s education.
The Abbey CE Academy offers its pupils interesting additional activities outside the classroom.
We run a wide range of after school clubs which your children can take part in. They are run by school teachers within the school premises after normal school lessons have finished.
Please complete a booking form given out at the start of term.
We think it is really important that our school is open to everyone.
The more parents, friends and family that get involved, the better it is for our pupils.
The school recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the Holy Cross Parish Church. However, it also recognises the ecumenical dimension within Christianity and seeks to reflect this in its contact with other local churches. Children from Abbey CE Academy attend the Interactive Christmas at the Methodist Church. We also embrace the Catholic Children's First Holy Communion, who share their experience with us.
Religious Education forms a part of the curriculum for all pupils at The Abbey CE Academy and the school’s scheme is based upon The Diocese of Peterborough’s Agreed Syllabus. However, parents do have the right to withdraw their child on grounds of conscience. If this is of an issue, please come and talk to a member of the teaching staff to discuss your concerns.
Collective Worship forms an integral part of the day for everyone at The Abbey CE Academy. Collective Worships are inspirational, inclusive and invitational. However, parents do have the right to withdraw their child on the grounds of conscience. If this is an issue please came and talk to a member of the teaching staff to discuss your concerns.
At Abbey CE Academy we support our local community by making donations to our foodbank, raising its awareness at our Harvest Service and making donations throughout the year. One pupil did a variety of jobs to raise money and saved her pocket money to buy products for the foodbank.