Information for Parents

At Mabe School we encourage parent interaction and strive to include parents in all aspects of your childrens's education.


We welcome feedback and conduct regular parent surveys to continually improve and monitor the way we work.


In this section you will find the results of our surveys, school newsletters and other sources of information we hope you will find useful.


If you ever have a query or would like to know more, please don't hesitate to speak to your child's class teacher or make an appointment to see Mrs Jenkin.

March Monthly Newseltter
March Monthly Newsletter
Mabe Monthly March
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10th January 2020 Newsletter
10th January Newsletter.docx
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20th December 2019 Newsletter
20th December 2019.doc
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13th December 2019 Newsletter
13th December 2019.doc
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29th November 2019 News
29th November 2019 News.doc
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22nd November 2019 News
22nd November 2019 News.doc
Microsoft Word document [170.5 KB]
15th November 2019 News
15th November 2019 News.doc
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8th November 2019 Newsletter
8th November 2019 News.doc
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1st November 2019 Newsletter
1st November 2019 News.doc
Microsoft Word document [166.5 KB]
11th October 2019 News.pdf
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4th October 2019 News.pdf
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20th September Newsletter.pdf
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13th September 2019 News.pdf
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Please see the Ofsted section for school improvement

Post-Ofsted Parents meeting 16th Sept 2019
Parent Meeting post-Ofsted 16th Sept 201[...]
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Cross Country Championships 2020


On Tuesday 17th March, Mabe School field was finally transformed into a cross country course complete with start/finish flags, fencing and a funnel finish!  It was third time lucky for the event after poor weather put pay to previous dates. All ages from our youngest Nursery children up to our 11-year old Herons took part. There was so much effort put in by everyone, whether they were racing or supporting. It was lovely to hear pupils from other year groups cheering their peers on, willing them to succeed.

The winning girl and boy from each age group received a brightly coloured medal, but it is important to note that we celebrated everyone’s success during the afternoon. There were spot prizes for good sportsmanship, encouragement and effort.

I would like to say a huge thank you to Mr Manning who set up the course, started the races and gave very enthusiastic encouragement.  Thanks must also be given to our Heron helpers who helped marshal the event and also brilliantly assisted when dismantling the course. Well done James, Nyah, Mabel, Daisy and Isla – you were all stars!

Race winners: Nursery – Freddie and Maya; Reception – Jack and Phoebe; Year 1 – Layla T and Jaxon; Year 2 – William and Renee; Year 3 – Zach and Edie; Year 4 – Robson and Laura; Year 5 –Will and Isla; Year 6 – Tom and Isla. 

Spot prize winners included:  Tia and Nancy for camaraderie; Oliver, Aiden, Luke W, Jacob and Mia for resilience; Tate for determination & Nyah and Caspian for encouragement.


Mrs Pearce

World Book Day 2020

We had a fantastic day dressed as our favourite book characters. Our whole day was centred around sharing and enjoying stories and developing that love of reading which is so important. They had opportunties to share their love of reading with younger and older children from other classes, taking part in story telling activities throughout the day. To bring a sense of community and family to our day, our grandparents reading event was a huge success with over 40 grandparents attending to read and share stories with their grandchildren. As a school we aim to instil a love of reading from an early age and continue to enhance this throughout their years at Mabe School. These events aim to show children the enjoyment that comes from reading as well as giving them memorable experiences that will last them a life time. 

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