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Week B

Abbeyfield School runs on a fortnightly timetable. The week commencing 21st September runs to the Week B schedule.

Abbeyfield Art Exhibition 2020

This exhibition is to  celebrate the amazing artistic talents many of the students of Abbeyfield School have demonstrated during lockdown.

For the past 20 years we have organized an annual exhibition in the Summer Term to showcase the fantastic work produced from across each year group, including the work from exam groups in Y11 and 13. This is the first year that we haven’t been able to do this therefore we have selected work from those students that have been motivated, consistent and conscientious in producing high quality work over the past three months.

To view the exhibition please click the image below (it works better if you click on full screen).

Virtual Sports Day Results

VIRTUAL SPORTS DAY RESULTS: We would like to say a huge thank you to all the students and staff that participated in our virtual sports day event. The moment I am sure you have all been anticipating is here… the overall results! This year’s results are:

1st place: Jones

2nd place: Cooper

3rd place: Davy

4th place: Muir

5th place: Brunel

Well done to everyone in Jones on a great win. Remember to stay active throughout lockdown!

Active Northants

Are you a teenager struggling with motivation? Are you looking for something new to try? Or do you just want to hang out with your mates doing something.

ACTIVE NORTHANTS offers Boxing, Calisthenics, Dance, Fitness and Yoga classes FREE OF CHARGE throughout June, you can sign in and spend time with other teenagers in a socially minded physical activity setting.

To make it even better, the more you participate the better the chance of winning prizes.  If you attend at least 2 sessions you have a chance of winning, but the more you do the more chance you have to win.

Northamptonshire Sport have linked up with Born to Perform Dance School, Hale Training, Megan Robinson Personal Training, Namastella Yoga and The Compound, alongside CIRV (Community Initiative to Reduce Violence) to deliver these amazing sessions aimed specifically at teenagers aged 14-19 (year 9 upwards).

Register via to get access to all these sessions live each week.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.

The topic chosen for this year is kindness.

Below are some great resources to raise awareness, get us all talking and give us some fresh ideas for how we can show and celebrate our kindness.

Activities for everyone

Kindness with Zumos – Part of our 70 Day Wellbeing Programme.

The Mental Health Foundation – A selection of Mental Health Foundation materials, including some great social media graphics to raise awareness and show support online.

Random Acts of Kindness – A fun site focussing on positive action and experience. All sorts here from virtual tours of the world’s greatest museums, to energetic challenges focussing on kindness.

Positive Psychology – A whole host of activities for all ages, some fun games and conversation starters all centred around being kind.

Take Action Get Active – Part of the MHF challenge to get active this May. Focussed on the links between physical activity and mental wellbeing.

Time to Change – Some great games, posters and graphics to print and play.

Random Acts of Kindness Lesson Plans – Worth having a look as we are all educators in our home schools, some nice lesson plans and extra ideas to do at home.

Do Good From Home – lots of great ideas of activities you can do at home as a family to show some kindness to others in the times of pandemic.

If anyone would like support in logging onto ZUMOS, please get in touch with Mrs Ling by emailing

To all our parents and carers, do YOU need advice and support for YOURSELF whilst trying to care for the young person in your home who is having mental health difficulties?

The Northamptonshire Health Care Foundation Trust are offering support, please see the information below.