Phoebe, Oliver and Mrs Pearson had a wonderful time at the Houses of Parliament! We joined other School Councillors from the county for a tour around parliament and to take part in some workshops. Here are some photographs from our fun day...
What a fabulous World Book Day and Readathon Week was had at Abbey Road! Bedtime stories during the day, stories by the fireside, wizards casting reading spells in classrooms, reading in unusual places, building reading dens, sharing stories with family and friends... the week has been filled with reading adventures and we have loved [...]
Glee Club members had a fabulous time at this year's Young Voices concert. Being part of such a professional musical event of that scale is really quite magical, which I hope is reflected in these photographs. And here is my personal favourite photograph from the evening! (#starstruck!) [...]
Christmas is such a special time of year in a primary school - full of festive fun and happy events. Here is just a glimpse of Christmas, Abbey Road style!
THANK YOU so much to everybody who kindly donated toys and other gifts for our School Council Toy Appeal. We collected an impressive twelve big bags of presents!! Here are some photographs of our busy School Council elves sorting all the presents... We donated six bags of presents to the Family Fostering [...]
To celebrate Anti-Bullying Week 2018, Year 6 wrote a rap to help spread the message. Each group wrote a verse which was then performed as part of the whole rap. We hope you like it!
This year's theme for National Anti-Bullying Week is 'Choose Respect' and we have thought more about what this means by studying the wonderful picture book 'Do Unto Otters'. In the book, Rabbit is reminded that the way he treats others influences the way they will treat him and we have thought very carefully about [...]
Well done to all at Abbey Road! As a result of your generous donations, we have raised £870 so far and are hoping to reach four figures with our cake sale after school!
To mark the centenary of the end of World War I, we have devoted time to learning more about the people from West Bridgford who lost their lives during this conflict. All children in school have made a poppy in memory of the fallen and 'planted' them outside on what has become our hill of [...]