Wycombe Abbey opens two brand new boarding houses

We are pleased to announce that we officially opened our two new boarding houses for Pitt and Rubens today with an opening ceremony. The ceremony was attended by members of the School’s…

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Second international school to open in China

On August 25th, Wycombe Abbey International School signed an agreement with the Government of Zhuhai, Hengqin Special Area and Silk Road Financial Holdings to open Hengqin Wycombe Abbey International School on September 1st 2019….

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GCSE Results 2016/17

Wycombe Abbey is celebrating another outstanding set of GCSE results today. 97.1% of all entries were A*-A with an impressive 82.4% at A* grade. We are extremely proud of the UV girls…

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Outstanding A level Results

Wycombe Abbey is again celebrating the news that UVI girls have achieved an outstanding set of A level grades today. 40.6% of all results were graded A* and 84.8% at A*-A. Delighted…

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Athletics Success

Congratulations to our Junior and Intermediate Athletics Teams who both qualified for the English Schools Athletic Association (ESAA) national finals this year. This is the first time in the School’s history that…

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Girls’ essays published in School History Journal

The second edition of the School History Journal has just been published and is available to download below. It features essays from three Lower Sixth girls, Natasha, Sophia and Olympia. The journal…

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History University Preparation Day

On Thursday 15 June, Lower Sixth pupils who aspire to read History at university took part in the History University Preparation Day. They participated in a variety of sessions that opened their…

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History of Art pupils visit Sir John Soane’s Museum

On Saturday 10 June, a group of LVI girls headed into London to visit Sir John Soane’s Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields. For History of Art pupils, this was a wonderful opportunity…

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History lecture with Dr Peter Frankopan

  On Tuesday 9 May the Oxford University historian, Peter Frankopan, visited the School to give a lecture on the importance of the Silk Roads. He is the author of the Sunday…

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‘There is more to History than Hitler’ essay competition

The theme of this year’s Fifth Form History Competition was ‘There is more to History than Hitler’. Girls in the Upper and Lower Fifth were asked to pick an area of history not…

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