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Science Week at Pre-School May 2021

Christmas Lunch 2020 - Socially distanced

Please click link below to see Pre-School photos of World Book Day 2020 & 

The Family Project

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Christmas Dinner Day 2019

School Council Trip to Waddesdon CofE Primary School

Receptions Trip to Bekonscot

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School Community Safety Event


Year 6 children attended a School Community Safety Event on Friday 28 June 2018 which was run by Aylesbury Vale District Council - the purpose of this event was to help pupils become more resilient by equipping them with he tools to deal with everyday life in the community as they transition to secondary school.


They organised a variety of topics and agencies to run mini workshops which included:- Cyber Safety (McAfee), Healthy Relationships (Women's Aid), Mental Health (Bucks Mind) and Child Exploitation including County Lines awareness (Barnardo's RU Safe?).


This was an excellent opportunity for pupils to receive invaluable information from the experts about personal safety and the vulnerabilities prevalent with young people, as well as learning about the different agencies that are able to support them through out their life.  The children really enjoyed the day.




Haydon Abbey triumphed over Edlesborough 1-0 in a nail biting final of the AVPSFA Mike Wise Challenge Cup played at Haddenham Junior School.


The game kicked off and as anticipated it was a nervous start for both teams giving away possession as they tried to start the match strongly.


Edlesborough had a handful of chances which were quickly closed down by some great defence by Jacob and Richard at the back. The ball moved swiftly on the surface which meant a fast paced game in hot conditions. The Haydon Abbey mid-field of Levi, Max and Captain Alfie broke down their opposition well and won some crucial tackles as well as creating a few chances of their own. Taylor broke through a few times but was kept out by some good defence from Edlesborough. 


With a few rolling substitutions of Mason and Finley, the game started to really flow and Haydon Abbey seized their chance to strike with a long range goal from Haydon Abbey’s own Neymar, Levi.  The boys held out despite an onslaught of counter attacking football from Edlesborough. Half time the Haydon Abbey boys were 1-0 up.


The second half started with both teams playing some lovely football. There was a mix of great defending and some brilliant runs from Mason and Taylor in particular. Finley held the ball up well and Haydon Abbey began to really enjoy possession and attacked well. In the final moments, and with tired legs running out of steam, Edlesborough went on the attack again. Haydon Abbey’s goal keeper, Logan, to the rescue as he made a series of great goal stopping saves. The final whistle blew 1-0, much to the delight of the Haydon Abbey staff and supporters who were out in force as the school had laid on transport.


Haydon Abbey would like to thank Edlesborough for a cracking final. Both teams represented their schools amazingly. Thank you also to Mrs Westcott and Mr Andrews who have coached and taught the boys brilliantly this year. However, the biggest thank you goes to the Haydon Abbey team: Alfie (C), Jacob, Richard, Max, Levi, Taylor, Finley, Mason and Man of the Match Logan.


We would also like to say a massive thank you to our sponsors PL Schoolwear who kindly gave all the boys a special commemorative t-shirt.




We were very lucky to have a visit from Jo Hunter today. Jo is an international hockey star competing for Great Britain and England! 

She spoke in a very inspirational assembly where she told the children all about her journey to elite level. What resonated with the children was the resilience Jo has had to have in order to achieve her goals. She spoke about achieving in academics and in sport in order to become a well-rounded person who is ready for anything life throws at you. 
A handful of lucky pupils were then able to have a hockey lesson with Jo. She demonstrated some skills and gave them some Bucks County t-shirts which she signed at the end of the session. 
Haydon Abbey would like to thank Jo for this very inspirational morning and we wish her all the best with future tournaments and selection for next year's Olympic Games. 

Girls from Years 4, 5 & 6 Training Session with Jo Hunter

Easter Bake Off 2019

Easter Bonnet Parade 2019

Winners of Book in a Bottle Competition

4FK World Book Day

3LM World Book Day

A small number of children visited the Tate Gallery in London and were incredible ambassadors for Haydon Abbey as they toured the Gallery.  Most of the children said the portrait section was their favourite section and they really enjoyed being able to do their own master pieces.

The Hall ready for Christmas Lunch

Mrs Lewis and her team relaid these beautiful tables for each serving (there were three), so all hands on deck, when the children were seated and served by the teaching staff. What a wonderful atmosphere and the children really loved their chocolate log.

A Variety of Remembrance Activities

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Winners from BAM Construction Site Safety Competition

Children in Key Stage 2 were asked to design a safety poster before the summer holidays - representatives from the BAM Construction Site (Contractors building the new St Michael's School next door) judged the posters and came to present the winners with a £10 book voucher  on Thursday 4 October 2018

Congratulations to Aashna, Chelsie & Ishaan