Keep up to date with all the latest news happening in school at the moment.
It was with great sadness that the community of Childwall Abbey School learned of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, on Thursday 8th September 2022. We keep our new monarch, King Charles III, and all the Royal Family, in our thoughts at this difficult time.
Following the announcement at the weekend, that the day of the Queen’s funeral will be a bank holiday, our school will be closed to pupils and staff on Monday 19th September 2022.
Wishing all the community of Childwall Abbey School a very happy summer holiday. Take it easy and stay safe in the sun. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to school safe, sound and well rested in September, ready for the new school year.
School re-opens for pupils on the morning of Monday 5th September ’22.
Please see this link for a copy of the end-of-term letter to parents/carers
Sixth Form will be holding an enterprise stall during the sports day interval. Please see here for further information.
Liverpool has over 1600 Looked After Children. Could you foster one?
Phil Watson and his family started fostering for Liverpool City Council in 2010.
‘It can be challenging, exhausting, hilarious, but above all rewarding. I can see the difference we are making to the children we have looked after. We have fostered seven kids since we started. We had one little lad for four hours and one kid for over eight years! We can’t solve all their problems, but we know when those kids are with us, they are safe.’
Foster carers need to be over 21, be in reasonably good health and have a spare room. You can be of any background, creed, culture, heritage or sexual orientation. You can be single, in a relationship, own your home or rent. You don’t need to give up work to foster, as long as your work is flexible enough to cope with the demands of looking after a child.
As well as being paid, foster carers are exempt from Council Tax and get free Lifestyles Gym Membership.
If you are interested in finding out more about fostering for Liverpool, visit:- www.fostering.liverpool.gov.uk
Please see this link to a letter for parents/carers regarding a number of matters of concern.
Wishing all our C.A.S. community a very happy and restful half-term break. Thank you to everyone who has supported our school over the past weeks, especially those parents and carers from Year 7-10 who joined us for our very enjoyable series of coffee mornings. It was lovely to see you all and to celebrate our pupils’ hard work.
(Dates for Year 12 -14 and Year 11 Sixth-form Transition preparation coffee mornings will be circulated in the new half-term.)
Well done to all our Year 11s who are coming to the end of their exams. Not long to go now! Thank you to our lovely therapy pony friends, Tommy and Vinny who kindly visited us to celebrate the end of this busy half-term.
When we come back to school on Monday 6th June 2022, we will be very busy. Here are some important dates for your diaries.
Year 11 Work Experience (Group 2) – w/b 20th June
Year 11 and Sixth-form leavers last day in school – Friday 24th June
Parents Evening – Monday 27th June (3.45pm-5.30pm)
Sports Day (weather permitting!) – Friday 8th July
End of Summer Term – Friday 15th July (1pm)
Enjoy the holiday everyone and we’ll see you soon.
Well done to our Year 9's for entering the 2022 Dot Art competition and congratulations to our schools winner! Her artwork will be displayed in Liverpool for the public at the Dot Art exhibition. Please see this poster for further details.
Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will carry out jointly a re-visit of the local area following the previous inspection that took place between 14 January 2019 and 18 January 2019. Please see this letter for further information.
Wishing the whole C.A.S. community a very Happy Easter and a restful holiday. We look forward to seeing you again on 25th April 2022. Please see the link for our Parents newsletter, Key Information update and E-safety advice.