The meteoric rise of Emmanuel Macron and his new party ‘La Republique en Marche’ was the fascinating topic of a joint French and Global Politics lecture that also touched on Brexit and Trump’s America.
When asked to choose a favourite quote that inspires them, our new Head Girls turned to the world of imagination
There was impassioned defence of priorities and policies as our Lower Sixth Form girls took on the personas of the party leaders to present their views prior to tomorrow’s general election.
Fourteen of our Upper Sixth students stepped back in time as they went back to the Junior School for one last visit
As the Hardcastle Hall glowed with the evening sun, parents and friends gathered to enjoy the beautiful music arranged by our Upper Sixth as they prepare to say goodbye to their time at The Abbey
The Abbey’s Head Girls play an important role in leading the student body and working with staff to ensure that pupils’ views are represented
The Easter holidays were the perfect time for our Gold DofE candidates to get some practice in Snowdonia and on the River Severn.
At our recent Aspire event “The changing face of 21st century careers and higher education” we learned the sobering news that there are around 100 applicants for every graduate job in the UK
We were very fortunate to welcome Anne-marie Canning, Director of Widening participation at King’s College, London to give us an insider view on exactly what universities are looking for in prospective undergraduates
The Abbey's three Young Enterprise teams, Spark, Rock It and Outside the Box, had a highly successful evening at the Reading Area Final, which was a great reward for all the preparation that had gone into their presentations and trade stands