Pupils designed house shields during Inter-house day

Pupils designed house shields during Inter-house day

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Pershore Carnival

Vicky Young and Elisabeth Witter have very kindly offered to organise our schools Federation float ready for the Carnival. To date they only have a handful of helpers who have offered time to decorate the float.

This is a plea for more help please. The ladies have organised two days (Thursday 25th and Friday 26th May) when parents can come into school to build/make the decorations for the float. You don’t have to come in for the whole day, you can come in for just a morning or an afternoon if that is more convenient. If you can’t offer any time to decorate, please send in any items which you feel could be used to decorate the float with a ‘Jungle theme’, this could be coloured paint, cardboard, fabric, stuffed jungle toys, silk flowers?

Please please if you can spare just a few hours on one of the above days, do come into school and lend a hand, we will make sure that we have tea/coffee and biscuits on hand.

They cannot do it without you. We look forward to welcoming you all. Thank you so much.

Cereal bars - healthy snack or not? Some parents have commented on our removal of cereal bars as a healthy snack. This links to an article from diabetes UK which explains the high sugar content. https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Guide-to-diabetes/Enjoy-food/Eating-with-diabetes/Diabetes-food-myths/Cereal-bars/

There is also an app called Change4LifeSugarSmart which allows you to scan barcodes to find sugar content.

STOP PRESS! Fantastic News - a Middle School pupil has been chosen to be this year's Pershore Carnival Queen! Who could it be? ...

Art Club - request for help We would really welcome a £3.00 donation towards the resources used at the after school Art Club. The club is free of charge and this is purely a one off contribution towards the items the children will use at the club during the Summer Term. Thank you for your support with this.

Federation Newsletter Spring 2 (April 2017) out now! Look under the News Section and read all about the trip to Barcelona, our Eisteddfod, visits to Worcester Cathedral and Croome Court, Red Nose Day and much more!

"WOW. Today was an incredible experience...." - Follow the link under Recent News below for more information.

100 fiction books all children should read before leaving primary school – according to teachers How many have you read? Look under the Curriculum tab (English) to find the list of the top 100 Really Good Reading Books!

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Poetry Slam – Abbey Park Middle School’s finalists are announced!

Heard of SPOZ? No? He’s best known as an award winning performance poet, singer/songwriter and playwright and is a regular visitor to Worcestershire schools. He came into school earlier this week to work with our Year 7s, inspiring them to create some fantastic poetry.

Google expedition wows Middle School pupils

“WOW. Today was an incredible experience. I was at school and we were told we would take part in something called ‘Google expedition’. Honestly I thought we would just learn a bit about technology, watch a few videos and maybe get a little bag with a leaflet and a pen inside if we were lucky. No. that was not what happened at all!

It is not too late to enter ... the 500 Words short story competition!

As the assembly came to an end the pupils at the back of the room began to realise that something was wrong, very wrong. The air had become noticeably colder and the teachers were twitching nervously in their seats.

ATE Superweeks - summer holiday fun guaranteed!

ATE has over 50 years experience in running residential summer camps for kids aged 8-16. Activities include playing outdoor and indoor team games, doing scavenger hunts, building dens, visiting local attractions such as theme parks and castles ... oh, and obviously making loads of new friends!

Innovative Solution to Food Waste

Abbey Park Schools Federation has signed up to a new waste food recycling scheme after discussions about waste with the school’s own Eco Council.

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Safeguarding Children, including Child Protection, at Abbey Park Schools Federation

This school believes that it is always unacceptable for a child to experience abuse of any kind. We recognise our responsibility to safeguard the welfare of all children.

We will provide staff and volunteers with guidance to follow when they suspect a child may be experiencing abuse or at risk of harm. We will work co-operatively with other agencies to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. We will ensure that our concerns about our pupils are discussed with parents/carers first – unless we have reason to believe that such a move would be contrary to the child's welfare.

Designated Safeguarding Lead: Lynn Evans
Deputy Safeguarding Leads, including Child Protection: Nikki Poole, Claire Mitchell and Jackie Roe
Early Years Designated Safeguarding Lead: Lynn Evans
Prevent Single Point of Contact (SPOC): Lynn Evans
Safeguarding Governors: Neil Grimshaw and Nick Jones

We will review our policy and procedures on an annual basis.

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