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Congratulations to 6MY who receive a non-uniform day this week for being the class with the highest attendance last week - 98.5%
Two men from the Beat Bullying programme came in the first week of October to train Year 7 Peer Mentors, and a few Year 6s. We played games to get to know each other and games to get our brains going. The men talked to us about how to help people who are being bullied or cyber bullied. Then later on in the day we did some role play and drama. On the Friday, after all our good listening and hard work, we were given certificates to say that we had passed. The training was very useful.
On Friday 19th September all of the year 7s went to Croome Park to practise our landscape drawing. Half of us sat by the lake and the other half sat where they could see Croome Court. We drew everything that we could see. Most people chose to sit under trees because it was raining!
On Wednesday 10th of September, before lunch, the whole of the school walked down to the High Street, one class at a time, to watch the Tour of Britain. As we watched all of the famous cyclists (including Bradley Wiggins) zoom past, there was lots of cheering and screaming, so loud that people were able to hear us all the way up Station Road. Cars were parked all over the place to watch this fantastic event. We were all surprised about the amount of people, families and pupils who showed up to support the cyclists!
On Tuesday 2nd September year 4 pupils from Abbey Park First School started their first day in Year 5 at Abbey Park Middle School. It was time to grow up and become more mature and have more responsibilities. The first day was weird as most pupils were so used to being the eldest in their old school but now they were the youngest at their new school.
Congratulations to two of our Year 7 pupils, Holly Lloyd-Cowley, who was awarded second place, and Chloe Guscott, runner up, in the Pershore Remembrance Poetry Competition.
This school is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
This means that we have a Safeguarding Policy and procedures in place; all staff, volunteers and Governors must ensure that they are aware of these procedures. Parents and carers are welcome to read the Policy.
Sometimes we may need to share information and work in partnership with other agencies when there are concerns about a child's welfare. 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.
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