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On the 15th July the whole of Year 7 at Abbs Cross celebrated the 73rd Anniversary of the National Health Service, by having a “Big Tea Party”. This was part of a wider national celebration to mark the anniversary, and the students of Year 7 firmly embraced the concept. Students gathered under the canopy close…

Students at Abbs Cross had a fantastic time participating in Sports Days 2021. The sun was shining… eventually and we saw amazing performances from many of our students. All students took part in competitive team games to win points for their tutor group. Then we focused on athletics on the track where students cheered on…

The presentation put on Wednesday 7th July 2021 by Hannah Steele from the London Transport Museum was incredible. The students were extremely enthusiastic and engaged from start to finish. The interactive and competitive games across year 7 meant all students could get involved and access the information on road safety being provided. Not only was…

On a wet and wild June 18th, Year 7 students went to Stubbers outdoor activity centre. They took part in a range of fun and challenging experiences that tested their courage and resilience. Students scaled climbing walls as the rain poured down, honed their survival skills by making fires and building rafts, and conquered the…

Refugee Week is a UK-wide festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June, Refugee Week is also a growing global movement. Abbs Cross Academy has been studying Benjamin Zephaniah’s book, Refugee Boy. Refugee Boy is…

The LGBT+ community comes together across the world every June to celebrate Pride Month. While events actually take place throughout the summer, June was chosen to remember the Stonewall Riots that broke out in Greenwich Village, New York City, on 28 June 1969 after police raided one of the city’s most popular gay clubs, prompting the regulars to fight back courageously…