Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Worth making a song and dance for

WANT a way to spend the weekends that will have four to 18-year-olds buzzing? Why not enrol them at Stagecoach

WANT a way to spend the weekends that will have four to 18-year-olds buzzing? Why not enrol them at Stagecoach Henley? Your child will learn to act, sing and dance, while growing in confidence and self-esteem. These aren’t just skills for stage — they’re skills for life.

Stagecoach, Britain’s largest part-time theatre school, has been running in Henley for 16 years. Since then, many students have experienced and enjoyed the training they’ve received in the performing arts and have gone on to further their education at Mountview, Guilford School of Acting and on the professional stage in the West End.

From the start of the September term, Stagecoach looks set to build on its success. For more information about the new term or to book your trial please contact Clare on (01494) 533203. Visit www.stagecoach.co.uk/henleyandmarlow



THE Abbey School is a vibrant and welcoming community of almost 1,100 girls aged three to 18. Unrivalled academic excellence is achieved in a warm and supportive pastoral environment and an exceptional extracurricular programme enables girls to develop their interests and talents. A balanced approach to life and learning ensures that girls go on to lead successful, fulfilling lives.

The Abbey is one of the country’s top-performing schools academically. This year 52 per cent of GCSE papers received an A* grade (85 per cent A*/A). At A level 95 per cent of papers were graded A* to B, while the International Baccalaureate diploma average score of 39 points confirms the school’s world-class delivery of the IB programme. A total of 85 per cent of sixth form students took up places at the prestigious Russell Group of universities in 2013. The autumn open events offer an excellent opportunity to experience the Abbey atmosphere.

Visit www.theabbey.co.uk for full details.

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