It has been an incredibly busy week for our Upper III girls who had their Christmas Pantomime on Monday, The Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols on Wednesday and their end of term Christmas trip yesterday!
Our Upper III girls put on a magnificent show this week with their ever-entertaining Christmas pantomime – this year performing ‘Buttons’.
Drama Scholars from across the year groups joined together in small companies to tell six twisted tales from Carol Ann Duffy's adaptation of Grimm's Tales
On Wednesday evening we were pleased to be given the opportunity to attend a talk held by Sam Bramwell of Microsoft and Venus Awards’ winner of Manager of the year 2017.
Abbey musicians contribute a great deal to school life and the first large-scale concert of the academic year is always an exciting occasion as we hear each ensemble for the first time with its new intake of members.
On Saturday 18 November the U14 Netball Squad competed in the County Netball Tournament at Theale Green School.
Three years ago, Professor Harwin from Reading University approached The Abbey with the opportunity to be involved in the development of exciting new technology.
The long standing tradition of Speech Day is an opportunity for us to celebrate the achievements of so many and to be proud of the continuing strength of our School.
After a very early and wet start we arrived in Naples to be greeted by warmth and glorious sunshine. We made our way straight to Sorrento and visited a cheese factory.
On Sunday 29 October, The Abbey joined forces with Kendrick School as both senior girl’s chess teams headed up the M40 to Headington Prep School in Oxford for a four-county jamboree against Oxfordshire, Wiltshire & Warwickshire.