Laura’s 10k-a-day Challenge

Laura Chandler, Wycombe Abbey’s Healthcare Manager, has taken up the challenge during lockdown to start running 10km every day. We interviewed her about her journey below: 1. Tell us about your running….

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Chapel Service: Monday 18th May

Our theme of the week is Perseverance. This week, Reverend Penny Nash delivers her online chapel service discussing some of the challenges of life and how to overcome them and continue persevering…

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From the Archives: Children’s Book Week

This week is Children’s Book Week and we have been reflecting upon the importance of books at Wycombe Abbey. Looking through the school archives, we found an eyewitness account of the School’s…

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Children’s Book Week: Our English teachers favourite childhood reads

This week is children’s book week, and to mark the event we asked some of the Wycombe Abbey English teachers what their favourite childhood stories were and why:   Dr McKendry: I…

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Chapel Service: Monday 11th May

Our theme of the week is Children’s Book Week. This week, Reverend Penny Nash delivers her online chapel service from home whilst isolating. Rev Penny discusses some of the Wycombe Abbey teacher’s…

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VE Day Commemoration

Wycombe Abbey commemorates the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day.   “We feel that it is truly important to celebrate VE Day, especially now as it begins to move to the…

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Chapel Service: Monday 4th May

This week we are moving towards celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday. Reverend Penny Nash invites you to reflect on overcoming hardships with hope.      

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Wycombe Abbey girls supporting local communities during Covid-19

Many of our pupils have been supporting their own communities in a variety of ways during the period of school closure. Genevieve, UIII, played the ‘cello in a virtual quartet as part…

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Producing PPE with Director of Science and STEM, Sue Buxton

Over the last few weeks since School closed to pupils on 20 March, Mrs Sue Buxton, Director of Science and STEM, has coordinated the collection and production of a large amount of…

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Hope the Duckling

Staff living on the Wycombe Abbey site during lockdown have discovered the benefits to the empty grounds. Although the girls are not here, the Wycombe wildlife is thriving and many new animals…

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