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Abingdon Primary School
Abingdon Road, Reddish, SK5 7ET, UK Stockport
Tel. 0161 480 4531
www:http://www.abingdon.stockport.sch.uke-mail:


Welcome to Abingdon Primary School


School Uniform

We believe that our school uniform gives a real sense of ‘belonging’ to the school and should be worn with pride. School uniform does make a considerable positive contribution towards a school ethos and image. In addition it does make dressing for school far simpler. We would hope that parents will share this sentiment with us and take the same pride in seeing their children wearing our uniform. Consequently the wearing of our school uniform is strongly encouraged. Sweatshirt, polo shirts and fleeces bearing the school logo can be purchased through school.

Children should come to school suitably and appropriately dressed. The school will not accept the wearing of: jewellery, jeans, tracksuits, shellsuits, sportswear, ski pants, leggings etc inappropriately styled or coloured items. This is in common with other schools in the Reddish Area and is part of a policy agreed between them.

CURRICULUM

The school teaches according to National Curriculum Guidelines: curriculum guidelines, planning matrices, schemes of work and resources are prepared and reviewed by staff and are available for parents to see in school.

Designated ‘core’ subjects are taught regularly throughout the week. These are:

English
Mathematics
Science
Information and Communication Technology
Religious Education

We use the National Literacy and Numeracy strategies as the basis for planning in English and Mathematics. A new framework for these subjects is being introduced over the next two years.

The school then decides to what extent to teach non-compulsory (foundation) subjects which include:

Design technology
History
Geography
Music
Art
Physical Education
Personal Social & Health Education including Citizenship

French

At Abingdon we believe in a broad and balanced curriculum which contains creatively and excitement and we recognize that our children should have access to as a wide a range of subjects as possible. Consequently it is envisaged that all the above subjects will be studied by our children next year.  We have introduced the learning of French in Year 1,2 and 3 this year and intend to spread this across the whole school over the next few years.

We are now doing swimming lessons for our Year 2 children, in addition to all our KS2 children.

Teaching staff work towards promoting maximum individual progress throughout the curriculum.

Our Reception Class is a single year group class which uses an Early Years Curriculum for the first two terms whereby children are encouraged to explore the world within the areas of:

Personal and Social Development
Mathematics
Physical Development
Language and Literacy
Learning and Understanding the World
Creative Development

Each class has a full time teacher who is responsible for teaching that class for most of the time.  In addition the school has 4 teaching assistants who are deployed each year to support the teachers where appropriate.  This enables the teacher to create small teaching groups at times and to provide individual attention as needed.  This year the Government introduced legislation whereby teachers receive around 2 hours a week of time out of the classroom to enable them to plan and prepare.  We cover these times by using other qualified adults.

Teaching is a balance of whole class teaching, group teaching and individual teaching at different times according to curriculum need.

UNIFORM

School Uniform
We believe that our school uniform gives a real sense of ‘belonging’ to the school and should be worn with pride. School uniform does make a considerable positive contribution towards a school ethos and image. In addition it does make dressing for school far simpler. We would hope that parents will share this sentiment with us and take the same pride in seeing their children wearing our uniform. Consequently the wearing of our school uniform is strongly encouraged. Sweatshirt, polo shirts and fleeces bearing the school logo can be purchased through school.

Girls Boys
white blouse or school polo shirt white shirt or school polo shirt
red gingham dress - summer charcoal grey trousers
charcoal grey skirt or dress red v neck sweater or cardigan
charcoal grey or black tailored trousers school sweatshirt
red v neck sweater or cardigan dark coloured shoes
school sweatshirt pumps for indoor wear
dark coloured low heeled shoes
pumps for indoor wear A school unisex fleece for outside wear is available.

Children should come to school suitably and appropriately dressed.
The school will not accept the wearing of: jewellery, jeans, tracksuits, shellsuits, sportswear, ski pants, leggings etc inappropriately styled or coloured items. This is in common with other schools in the Reddish Area and is part of a policy agreed between them.

It is advisable that long hair be tied back for general safety reasons.

P.E. and Games
P.E., Games and Swimming are lessons in the National Curriculum. They are not optional and all children will take part other than for medical reasons. For practical health and safety reasons, children need a change of clothing for these lessons.
P.E.: for hygiene reasons children should change for P.E. lessons. For indoors, pumps, shorts or gym shirt and top or leotard. Training shoes should not be worn for indoor P.E. lessons. For outdoors, as above, but tracksuit or warmer top if needed. Training shoes may be worn for outdoor P.E. lessons. Football boots will be needed for football on the grass for after school football practices.
Swimming: towel and: Girls should wear a one piece costume and hat if hair is long
Boys should wear trunks, not shorts

For swimming and P.E. lessons, hair that is long enough must be tied back safely.

If children forget their kits they will either:
wear alternative clothing provided by school (if available)
do the lesson in their underclothes (younger children)
not do the lesson

Appropriate bags should be used to keep P.E. kits in. Large bags are a hazard and are generally unnecessary and are discouraged.

Parents are asked to clearly mark all items of clothing with the child’s name: teachers cannot be held responsible for finding lost articles of clothing especially if they are not marked. Lost articles of clothing will be held in school for one term in the lost property boxes and then discarded.

When children are representing the school for any event they are expected to dress suitably for that occasion: normally the school provides the appropriate clothing.



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