Abbotsford Preparatory School
|Type||Independent preparatory day school|
|Location||211 Flixton Road
|DfE URN||106386 Tables|
|Houses||Oak, Rowan, Ash, Beech|
|Colours||Red ‹See Tfm›|
Abbotsford was founded as Caius House School in 1908, and was originally located on Church Road, Urmston before moving to its present location on Flixton Road in the 1990s. It is now part of the Global Education Management Systems (GEMS) group of schools.
Pupils are split into traditional year groups (pre-school, reception, years 1-6), although each pupil is also a member of one of four Houses, which compete in against each other in competitions. The Houses are named after trees: Oak, Rowan, Ash, and Beech.
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