Wycombe Abbey Partnerships – Sharing a Love of Mathematics

This term, a record 32 mathematicians from Wycombe Abbey will sit the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust (UKMT) Mathematics Olympiad for Girls. Many readers will know that this paper, and other opportunities run…

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Wycombe Abbey Congratulates GCSE Pupils

Wycombe Abbey girls received their GCSE examination results today and we congratulate them on their excellent results which are a result of their determination and resilience, as well as the support they…

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Wycombe Abbey Upper Sixth Celebrate A Level Results

The Wycombe Abbey community joins our Upper Sixth Clarence girls in celebrating their A level examination results. This year, 92% of all examinations taken were awarded an A*, A or B grade….

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Wycombe Abbey Pupil is named Overall Winner in the Lancaster University Modern Languages Essay Competition

Congratulations to Poppy (LVI) who has won the French language category in the Lancaster University Modern Languages in Schools Prize 2022-2023. This is an annual competition to encourage GCSE and A level…

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Competitions and the Academic Qualities

This term we have been exploring Wycombe Abbey’s Academic Qualities of Risk Taking, Resourcefulness, Determination, Reflection and Development, which we promote as those characteristics which underpin creative and critical thinking. Follow us…

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Brain Imaging by Numbers: A Wycombe Abbey Maths Society and School Partnership Programme Lecture

Dr Yolanda Ohene talks about her interdisciplinary research into Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosis. Wycombe Abbey Maths Society had the pleasure of welcoming Dr Yolanda Ohene, a postgraduate researcher at The University of Manchester,…

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Mathematical Fun and Games

After the popular Christmas quiz, Conundrum ran again over Easter drawing entrants from across the UK. The level of problem-solving was high, and the winners in both categories scored close to full…

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Wycombe Abbey Sixth Form pupils stood in front of the Michelangelo's David in Florence.

A visit to Rome and Florence for Wycombe Abbey History of Art Pupils

During the Easter holiday, History of Art A Level pupils visited Italy for a week’s tour of museums, architecture and culture to fully understand some of the world’s most famous pieces of…

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Wycombe Abbey Computer Scientists visit the National Computer Museum

On Wednesday 26 April, my peers and I travelled to the National Computer Science Museum. After arriving at the museum at 10:00am, we were briefed as to what the plan was for…

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Lower Four Declamations Grand Final Participants

Lower Four Compete in the Declamations Grand Final

Over the course of this year, all LIV pupils have been developing their public-speaking skills through a series of poetry declamations hosted by the Classics, Modern Languages and English departments. Winners from…

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