2 DAYS IN JUNE

Our annual ‘Days in June’ event celebrates the end of the academic year, and sees pupils and staff engaged in a range of co-curricular activities.

This year the programme included Covid mask making, sleeping out for the homeless, Virtual Sports Day, Abingdon debating, readings from The Book of Hopes, cookery and creative competitions, and remote ecology. 

COMPOSITION COMPETITION
From one of our Fourth Formers: Bye Downside

 

From Sixth Former Owain: Two Days Piece
“This is inspired by the work of the composer Vaughan Williams, who I have been listening to a lot in lockdown.”

 

THE BOOK OF HOPES
Hope by Anthony Horowitz read by Sixth Former Wiktoria.

 

Daphne & the Doughnuts read by one of our First Formers to her dog, Lucca.

 

ABINGDON ONLINE
There were two Abingdon debates during 2 Days in June: the highly topical and controversial ‘This House would retain historic monuments’ and the politically charged ‘This House would lower the voting age to 16’. Click here to read more.