Childwall Abbey School

About This School

Childwall Abbey School is a secondary school which provides quality education for pupils who have complex learning difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Disorder. We believe that all our pupils can achieve, if they are provided with the curriculum, learning environment and support, which meets their needs. At Childwall Abbey, we develop independence and self-esteem in all our pupils through a broad and balanced curriculum to develop skills for adult life, achieve nationally accredited certification and become active contributors to the wider community.

School Competition Entries

Our panel of art experts have selected their top three artworks from each school and public voting was open from 4th-28th April 2018. The winners can be now be seen below and the first-placed entry from each school will be included in an exhibition at LJMU School of Art and Design starting on the 22nd June.


James Stoba

17cm x 14cm x 3cm, Clay and glaze

My Crazy Milkshake


24cm x 8cm x 8cm, Plastic, clay and acrylic


Mercy Abiodun

42cm x 30cm, Acrylic paint

House of Life

Alfie McKeown

42cm x 30cm, Mixed media


Jaroslav Rac

18cm x 17cm x 7cm, Mod Roc & Acrylic


Aiden Corfield

18cm x 17cm x 7cm, Tissue paper


Alliyah Commodore

42cm x 30cm, Luminescent paint

Sun Sands

Sam Kelly

42cm x 30cm, Acrylic paint


Brandon Skeete

30cm x 30cm, Paper and felt pen


Jason Ball

42cm x 27cm, Paper and felt pen


Louise Crawford

19cm x 17cm x 7cm, Mod Roc & Acrylic


Matthew MacLennan

17cm x 15cm x 7cm, Clay and acrylic paint


Lillie McCaw

23cm x 20cm x 17cm, Tissue paper

Skull Mask

Ellie Quayle

42cm x 30cm, Paper, felt pen, wax crayon


Jennifer Szczerba

42cm x 30cm, Acrylic paint


Katie McQue

30cm x 21cm x 2cm, mixed media


Shaun Hodson

30cm x 21cm, Paper, pencil and tissue paper


Chantal Ugo

17cm x 15cm x 7cm, Tissue paper

Viaduct at L'Estaque

Assam Taher

42cm x 30cm, Paper and pencil crayon


Charlotte Clayton

30cm x 23cm, Paper and pencil crayon