Our Academic Remote Learning programme is once again helping our pupils with a daily routine which is manageable and sustainable.

We have slightly redesigned our timetable to make the timings simpler and with the intention of providing a healthy blend of opportunities for classes to come together to receive live instruction or modelled activities; but of equal importance is the need for our pupils to study independently using resources provided for them by teachers on which they can work at their own pace.

To complement the Academic Remote Learning Programme, we are also continuing with a wide range of co-curricular options and community events. Co-curricular activities include Physics Lecture Series, Duke of Edinburgh, CCF, Sports Leaders, Golf, Abingdon Debating, Jr Abingdon Debating, Language Leaders, School Magazine, Fine Dining and Dance. We will be publishing our full Co-curricular Remote Learning Programme later this week.

Community events include Mass, School Assembly, Hymn Practice, tutor groups, retreats and House assemblies in virtual form. These are important set piece events but the sense of community is generated from our everyday interactions, which take place in the classroom, in the Houses, and through the co-curricular and the spiritual life of the School. We will be reuniting these communities online and providing the opportunity for relationships within them to be strengthened.

Click here to read our Academic Remote Learning programme.