When it comes public speaking, Abbey girls certainly know what they’re talking about.
Sometimes we need to change our perspective to such an extent that we cease focusing on what we are aiming to do.
Lower III have a lot of fun during their Shaking up Shakespeare workshop
Upper IV language students enjoy a German treat
Last weekend, seven girls represented the Abbey in the southern semi-final of the National Chess Championships for Girls held at St. Catherine’s School in Bramley.
When considering our New Year’s Resolutions I was impressed by the thought that many of the girls had put into theirs - ‘procrastinating less’, ‘trying not to fight with my brother’, ‘managing my homework planning’ - to name but a few.
Looking back offers us the chance to see how far we have travelled, how those things which seemed once to be insurmountable obstacles have now become landmarks of our progress along the journey, time granting us valuable perspective.
This year marks the sixth year of our hugely successful Microloan competition.
This term, The Abbey Amnesty group launched their Autumn Campaign: ‘Knickers for Africa’. Girls in Zambia and across Africa are prevented from going to school if they are not wearing underwear.
Sixth Formers gain experience from setting up their own art exhibition