Wycombe Abbey Congratulates GCSE Pupils

Wycombe Abbey girls received their GCSE results today after an intense focus on this year’s exam grading system over the past week and the government U-turn on the awarding of A level…

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A Level Results 2020

2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, not least for those Upper Sixth and Upper Fifth (Year 11) pupils who were due to sit public examinations in the Summer Term. Instead,…

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Independent Schools of the Year 2020 Awards

We are proud to announce that Wycombe Abbey has been shortlisted for the Independent Schools of the Year 2020 Awards.  

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The Carrington Award

The Carrington Award was developed at Wycombe Abbey to help girls achieve not only academic excellence, but to also prepare pupils for the broader challenges of life and work beyond school. The…

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Clarence 2020 Leavers join Seniors Community

It is time to say goodbye to our Clarence girls as their final week at Wycombe Abbey comes to an end. We are immensely proud of these girls and all their achievements…

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An Archive Parcel: 1907 and Elsie Bowerman

Wycombe Abbey holds a rich history, founded on 23 September 1896, by Miss Frances Dove, later Dame Frances. Recently, we have shared some our archive footage and images from the Second World War…

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Chapel Service: Health is Wealth

 This week, Reverend Penny Nash delivers her online chapel service, discussing the theme of Health is Wealth.

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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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Following the UK Government’s announcement on Monday 4 January, the School site is now closed to visitors, and pupils are being taught remotely. Please do get in touch with us by phone or email via the link here.

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