On the final day of our Spring Term the hotly-contested annual House Music Competition took place.
On Thursday we were delighted to welcome Paul Whittaker OBE to The Abbey, along with his BSL interpreter, Florence Ingram.
This week, Lower I girls visited Maidenhead Mosque as part of their RE studies.
Girls from Trans - Lower III took part in a skipping workshop yesterday. It was a fun-filled day with the girls learning new tricks and techniques.
On Wednesday 21 March, Olivia Newton in Lower III found out just how true these words were when she switched places with Mrs D-C and became Head of the Junior School for the day.
Lower III Charity Captains visited The Lakeside Residential Home this week to present a cheque for £807.
There was a heart-warming ambience at the Junior School on Monday afternoon as Lower I had some very special visitors.
The Lower III classes have recently visited the Cole Museum at Reading University as part of our topic on Evolution and Adaptation.
Anticipation rippled from the front to the back of the coach on approaching Windsor on Friday, as Trans looked to see if The Royal Standard was flying, confirming whether the Queen was in residence.
Prep girls enjoyed a springtime treat out in the countryside, where they had the opportunity to learn about a variety of farmyard animals, and even some rarer animals such as alpacas and deer.