Monday, 25 June 2018

Flexibility and self-confidence help girls lead fulfilling lives

Flexibility and self-confidence help girls lead fulfilling lives

FOR almost 130 years the Abbey School has sustained its reputation as a leading girls’ school offering an education of exceptional quality with a focus on balance and wellbeing.

For today’s pupils this means a supportive environment with unrivalled opportunities to discover their interests and talents.

The Abbey is consistently one of the UK’s top-performing schools academically, with pupils achieving outstanding examination results alongside a raft of extracurricular successes.

Strong foundations are laid in the Abbey Junior School, where girls are led into learning through a curriculum that has flexibility, breadth and depth. Girls are empowered to follow their curiosity and develop a lifelong love of learning.

Headmistress Rachel Dent is passionate about preparing girls to live fulfilling lives. “We know that today’s pupils will go on to lives and careers that are very different to those of previous generations,” she said.

“They will have huge opportunities but will also need resilience, flexibility and self-confidence as they navigate a fast-paced and ever-changing world.”

Come and see for yourself how an Abbey education can make a difference to your daughter at our junior school open morning on Friday, February 3, from 9.15am.

Places are now available in reception and years three and five to start in September.

The Abbey runs several coaches from the Henley and South Oxfordshire region which are suitable for girls in year two and above.

For more information, visit www.theabbey.co.uk

Education