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Mont a l'Abbe School

Provides a broad and balanced education for children with Severe or Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (SLD and PMLD) aged 3-19, whose needs cannot be met within a mainstream setting.

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Mont a l’Abbe Secondary School

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Harvest Festival

We celebrated Harvest Festival. We would like to say a big thank you to the Freemasons for attending and giving out our forest school shield to a student in class 6 for all her hard work in the Forest…
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PHSE Jigsaw – Class 4

We are learning about ‘Being me in my World’ as part our our new Jigsaw PHSE programme. Class 4 really enjoyed working together as a group to explore Rewards & Consequences. We dug thr…
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First Day Back

How exciting to have a new class and they have all been awesome!  We wrote our summer news and made giant postcards.  We also had fun with an impromptu Jump Jam session in the dining hall this after…
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Class 3 Wetwheels

Class 3 had a great time on the wetwheels boat. We all loved driving it and seeing how wet we could get our friends. Many thanks to the wetwheels volunteers who gave up their time to give us this expe…
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2016 Key Stage Transitions

*Department for Education (UK) Progression Guidance

100%

of Key Stage 2 pupils achieved or exceeded targets set by National Standards

100%

of Key Stage 3 pupils achieved or exceeded targets set by National Standards

100%

of Key Stage 4 pupils achieved or exceeded targets set by National Standards

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Sign of the week; Holiday.

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EYFS and Class 1 have been learning about festivals and celebrations with a focus on Chinese New Year. We have created some wonderful artwork, listened and danced to Chinese music and watched Chinese dragons and street parades on screen. Today, we tasted some Chinese food which many thought was delicious! Gong Hey Fat Choy everyone! ...

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Thank you to the lovely volunteers from Laughing Yoga Jersey for bringing us lots of smiles this evening. Life is better when you're laughing!

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Remember to wear something red tomorrow and bring £1.00 for the Variety Club appeal. ...

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Reminder that School is closed on Friday as we have our staff training day. We will be learning about brain development with experts from the UK. We hope you all enjoy the early start to your half term holiday. 😀 ...

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Sign of the week- Sun
Thank you Miss O, who is going to be next?
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Mont A l'Abbe School shared EST E Safety Training's post. ...

We are putting out this post following our visit to a school yesterday. As most people know we are concerned about the popular app ROBLOX which is by far the most popular game played by children from 5 to 10 years of age. We were talking to a very large group of year 1 students and we were shocked when over half of them said they were playing ROBLOX. When we spoke to Year 2 at least 70 percent of them were playing the game. Most of these children then disclosed that they had online friends in ROBLOX that their parents didn’t know about. It got worse when many of the children stated they had received many in game messages from ‘strangers’ and that they hadn’t told their parents. All of the children then stated that they had seen ‘naked’ characters walking around the game and that the characters were doing very adult things. The inappropriate content has been disclosed to us thousands of times by young children but we were previously unaware that the children were being sent numerous messages. When talking to Year 3 students they suggested that a lot of the messages are inappropriate. In all cases the children aren’t telling their parents. Most of the young children we spoke to yesterday appear to have been talking to strangers in the game by using a headset to speak. The headset is usually just a normal set of ear pods that you would get bundled with an Apple device as opposed to a specific gaming accessory. We would advise every parent to check their child’s ROBLOX account and look to see if they have friends that they do not know. Many of the children we spoke to yesterday said their accounts were ‘maxed out’ meaning they have 200 online friends. We would also ask parents to check the child’s in game message inbox to check if they have been receiving inappropriate messages. We have included the most up to date app icon to make it easier for people to spot. As people will know we have previously posted about this app and spoke of very concerning incidents. PLEASE CAN EVERYONE SHARE THIS POST SO THAT PARENTS KNOW TO CHECK THEIR CHILDS ACCOUNT *Please note, we do not claim technical expertise on this app and the purpose of this post is to raise awareness of what children have told us and enable parents to check that their children haven’t been messaged or friended by paedophiles.

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Sign of the week - Rain
Thanks Mr Dingle - who will be next?
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Sign of the week - Cold ...

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