Last week, Sixth Form physicists went on an inspiring visit to the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory to explore particle physics first hand and meet the scientists who work there.
This week saw a landmark moment for The Abbey as we hosted our first art exhibition in the School’s new gallery space in Turret House.
On Friday 26 January the Charity Prefects hosted a charity quiz night in aid of Kids for Kids and Alexander Devine Children’s Hospital, two charities supporting children worldwide.
Following the immense success of his lecture on ‘Othello’ last year, we were delighted to welcome back Dr Paul Dean to deliver the inaugural Humanities Lecture, the newest addition to our 1887 Lecture Series.
After being personally welcomed aboard their flight by the pilot, a short while later, a group of Sixth Form physicists arrived in Geneva.
As we continue to celebrate 130 years of girls’ education, 130 guests, made up of Sixth Formers, staff, governors and alumnae attended our annual networking dinner with political historian and commentator, Sir Anthony Seldon.
On Tuesday 14 November, multi-award winning theatre company The Paper Birds visited The Abbey to run a workshop with our Lower V, Upper V and Sixth Form drama students and perform their new play ‘In a Thousand Pieces’.
We were very lucky to have the opportunity to visit Bath University for a Languages Taster Day.
This Wednesday and Thursday saw the performance of The Abbey’s inaugural Sixth Form play, ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’.
This week our A-Level Historians celebrated the 500th anniversary of the publication of Luther’s 95 Theses and the beginning of the German Reformation.