29th November 2018

Pupils shine in school tournament

Recently, budding footballers from Avon Park School took part in the school’s football tournament. Three teams from the primary unit, led by the Trainee Sports Leaders played a Round Robin format. During the tournament there was some fantastic examples of skills and techniques with a great deal of determination and, most importantly, team work. Following…

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22nd November 2018

Pupils and staff welcome local MP

Pupils and staff from Avon Park School recently welcomed their local MP, Mark Pawsey.  Mark visited the school as it is in his constituency and tweeted how much he enjoyed meeting pupils and staff.     In other news, three students from Avon Park supported Rugby’s Annual Primary School Tag Rugby Tournament at St.Andrews Rugby Club….

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9th November 2018

Pupils experience Rugby Fives for the first time

Budding athletes from Avon Park School were recently  invited to take part in Rugby Fives, a handball game, similar to squash, played in an enclosed court. This opportunity meant that pupils were given access to world-class facilities where they learnt the basics of the game from Rugby School’s Fives Boys and Girls captain. The pupils showed great…

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2nd November 2018

Avon Park celebrate local sports awards announcement

Pupils and staff from Avon Park School were delighted to learn that Assistant Head Teacher, Ed Wright has been nominated for the Community Award at the 2018 Coventry and Warwickshire Sports Awards. The awards will celebrate and reward the outstanding achievements and the exceptional successes of the many sporting stars from the area. The Community Award is…

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25th October 2018

Avon Park School continue to develop their community links

As part of Avon Park School’s ongoing initiative to develop community links with their neighbours,  pupils recently visited their local church, to help at a local community event. The ongoing initiative has helped to create positive relationships and work collaboratively to enhance teaching and learning. Pupils got stuck into serving drinks and delicious cakes baked by Arts…

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12th October 2018

Avon Park trio take part in triathlon

Three budding athletes from Avon Park School’s primary unit took part in the Brownlee Foundation Triathlon recently at the Pringles Sports Centre in Nuneaton. The Brownlee Foundation is committed to giving children all over the UK a positive sporting experience and supporting the development of coaches and teachers in sport. This was a a very…

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17th August 2018

Pupils make a splash!

Pupils from Yellow Class at Avon Park School made a splash at Rutland Aqua Park as part of their awards trip. The boys had earned enough Gold statuses to be able to go on the trip. The aspiring swimmers had a fantastic time on the inflatable slides, climbing walls and performing high platform jumps,  where…

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10th August 2018

Another burst of sporting activity

There has been another burst of sporting activity at Avon Park School recently.  We’ll start with the Witherslack Group Southern Area Football championships. This time, the secondary unit of Avon Park School and Chilworth House Upper School came together to play a game and it certainly didn’t disappoint. The game came to an end with…

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12th July 2018

Lunch time fun for Cori

Every Friday Cori from Avon Park School waits patiently for lunch time and no, it’s not because his favourite meal is going to be served up, rather, he gets ready for his weekly kickboxing session at Rugby School. The club is beginning to forge positive community links with the school by providing world-class training in…

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5th July 2018

Avon Park appoints Anti Bullying Champion

The student council at Avon Park School recently voted for the Primary units Anti-Bullying Champion. Pupil Nicholas was a clear favourite for the important role. The newly appointment Champion was welcomed by Luke, Head of the Primary Council, who was delighted to pass on the colours to Nicholas, as the pictures show!  

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