Be the Best You Can Be
Our school motto reflects our educational values. It is inclusive of all that belong to our community and, as such, it is our aim that all members or our school show respect for one another.
Be the Best You Can Be
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The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 02 Jul 2020
Look at this fabulous work on renewable energy from Jessica F - she is this week's SUPERSTAR student for Geography https://t.co/ArFGK8z7dS
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 02 Jul 2020
VIRTUAL SPORTS WEEK Cont'd - You can compete in your house colours, take photos and videos and send them in to us, and have fun! Check your email on Monday morning to find out the first event and how to submit your score... Good luck, from all in the PE department!
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 02 Jul 2020
Our VIRTUAL SPORTS WEEK commences on Monday 6th July. Miss Harris has sent Years 7-9 an email with instructions for competing. You can take part in sporting events from your homes throughout the week to earn points for your house. Make sure you get involved!
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 29 Jun 2020
Some beautifully presented work from our Textiles students. Great ideas for sports wear designs. https://t.co/B4E5ADEeys
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
Fantastic to see the Dover Athletic Academy boys back in action today on the 3G pitch. https://t.co/0ffW0YL3Rx
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
Our Year 10 Media students have been practicing their photo-editing skills on a free website called Photopea. These are two examples of the incredible work produced. Brilliant stuff from Finn and Kaan. https://t.co/0AshumpiZI
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
The ICT Department are once again celebrating the achievements of our 'Know It All Ninjas' https://t.co/YFSAqAgIer
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
A number of weeks ago, Lauren in Year 8 shared a poem she had written. Ms Jones encouraged her to enter a poetry competition and we are so pleased to report that her poem has been chosen to go into a book. Lauren is an extremely talented writer - we hope you enjoy reading this. https://t.co/nZF3yDFyWa
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
Y9 were asked to complete a writing task on the topic of producing an internet blog based on what they like to do in their spare time. Holly's standard of work is so high!!! This is amazing. Well done! In the higher paper this would have got you a grade 7! https://t.co/QeXzZnX1Cb
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
Y10 student, Finn, got a new telescope during lockdown and has taken a really keen interest in space. He has taken these incredible pictures of the moon. We think they are amazing 👏🌖🌗🌘 Let us know if you've taken up any new hobbies during lockdown https://t.co/wJOZ7a0WZJ
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 26 Jun 2020
It's been a while since we shared some examples of fantastic work that our students are producing from home. Today, we are celebrating KS3 and KS4 students for their efforts in Maths - Well done to everybody - more subjects will follow later 👏 https://t.co/wtS5Gd8OlW
@abbeyschool retweetedCEOP - 25 Jun 2020
Today is which celebrates the importance of relationships and sex education in supporting young people to learn about healthy relationships. All Thinkuknow resources are designed to support the curriculum from ages 4+, check out our guide 👉 https://t.co/Gh2RUzt8QL https://t.co/jDkJJv5PVd
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 25 Jun 2020
As children gradually return to school life, and some may still be dealing with challenges at home, Kent Child Health (https://t.co/QomnkyawnR) and The Childrens and Young People's Counselling Service can support any young person struggling with their mental health.
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 25 Jun 2020
For Year 6 parents and their children - Mentally Healthy Schools (https://t.co/cnIlAU7Wt4) has a number of resources for students, parents and teachers in primary schools. Some of these may be of use to families of students transitioning to The Abbey School this year.
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 25 Jun 2020
Great to see the Dover Athletic Academy boys back in training. Perfect social distancing being observed too 👍👏⚽️ https://t.co/4CssvsYUIP
@abbeyschool retweetedCEOP - 25 Jun 2020
Our video-guide for parents and carers explores the risk of livestreaming and is available to watch alongside the latest activity packs. For simple and practical safety advice, check out the video 👇 https://t.co/Q02qlceaqm
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 23 Jun 2020
For parents of year 6 students, please see below a link to our website and the location for all of the transition materials for Y6s into Y7s https://t.co/kHhMlTVllp
@abbeyschool retweetedKentLive - 17 Jun 2020
Is your child eligible for free school meals? This is how you can claim vouchers for the six weeks summer holiday period https://t.co/K84OYB0ZAn
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 17 Jun 2020
Working from home using Microsoft Teams: Please look out for a Parent Mail email from Mrs Spring, Assistant Headteacher, with details of how students will be able to access work from home, including presentations and 'lessons' from their teachers, using Microsoft Teams.
The Abbey School@abbeyschool - 17 Jun 2020
An online offer in MS Teams for Years 7-9 will run from next week as they have no opportunity for face to face teaching. A Y10 offer alongside in-school sessions will follow this. Many schools are not offering online lessons, we are cautiously trialing and reviewing as we go.
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