Welcome to Abbey Road School2021-05-05T15:01:00+01:00
  • One Kind Word

    Congratulations to the winners of our Anti-Bullying Poster competition. The children were inspired to create their own art work based on the work of Charlie Mackesay- 'The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The [...]

  • Year 5 Orienteering at Rushcliffe Country Park

    Wow well done Year 5 children!  What a great afternoon we had  following the permanent orienteering trail at Rushcliffe Country Park  and a huge thank you to the parents who came with us. [...]

  • Fabulous Cross Country Club

    Well done to all of the children who braved the freezing weather last night to take part in our cross country race - you were all so impressive!

  • Foundation Winter and Polar Bears

    We did a science investigation to find out how polar bears keep warm. We felt the ice with and without a layer of lard and learnt that polar bears have thick blubber under their [...]

  • Children in Need at Abbey Road School

    Wow what a wonderful day fundraising for Children in Need at Abbey Road School!  Thank you for all your donations!  The children looked amazing in their non-uniform and it was lovely to see them [...]

  • Cave Painting!

    In our history lessons, we have learnt that the Stone Age is part of pre-history, meaning a time before there were any written records. We have found out that in order for us to [...]

  • One Kind Word

    Congratulations to the winners of our Anti-Bullying Poster competition. The children were inspired to create their own art work based on the work of Charlie Mackesay- 'The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The [...]

  • Year 5 Orienteering at Rushcliffe Country Park

    Wow well done Year 5 children!  What a great afternoon we had  following the permanent orienteering trail at Rushcliffe Country Park  and a huge thank you to the parents who came with us. [...]

  • Fabulous Cross Country Club

    Well done to all of the children who braved the freezing weather last night to take part in our cross country race - you were all so impressive!

  • Foundation Winter and Polar Bears

    We did a science investigation to find out how polar bears keep warm. We felt the ice with and without a layer of lard and learnt that polar bears have thick blubber under their [...]

  • Children in Need at Abbey Road School

    Wow what a wonderful day fundraising for Children in Need at Abbey Road School!  Thank you for all your donations!  The children looked amazing in their non-uniform and it was lovely to see them [...]

  • Cave Painting!

    In our history lessons, we have learnt that the Stone Age is part of pre-history, meaning a time before there were any written records. We have found out that in order for us to [...]

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Welcome to Abbey Road Primary School

For those of you visiting our school website for the first time, I am delighted that you have chosen to find out more about us. I hope that you are able to gain a flavour of life at Abbey Road from all of the information here, as well as by following the link to our Twitter feed. If you do require any further help, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

We are a happy school and we work hard to make sure our children feel valued, safe, secure and aware of the needs of others. At the heart of this lies the strength of relationships between both pupils and staff. A warm, supportive atmosphere permeates our school and this is evident in the outstanding behaviour of our children. All are encouraged to ‘take care and be proud’ – of each other as well as themselves; of the work they do and the school environment – and our dedicated staff team make the time to get the best from each child, ensuring individuality is nourished and nurtured.

Our teachers devote a great deal of energy to planning for the achievement of our children within a learning environment that is meaningful and fun and whilst we attain excellent examination results, they encounter far more than academic success. We want our children to discover new talents; to enjoy learning; to question and explore and to gain independence, enabling them to move on from here with confidence.

We very much value our excellent partnership with parents and carers and welcome your support and involvement. We know that by working together, we can enable every child to be the best that they can be.

I am very proud to be the Head Teacher of Abbey Road Primary School and I invite you to come and visit us so that you can start to feel for yourselves, the essence of our school.

Ly Toom

Head Teacher

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