Find out about our Abbey College Cambridge A Level, International Foundation Programme and GCSE Student of Week winners from October and November of 2018.
It was a big weekend of sport here at Abbey College Cambridge. The Girl’s Netball team lost 20-8 vs Netherhall, while the Girls Badminton ran out 6-3 winners vs Girton College, and the Girl’s Basketball lost 22-54 v Hills Road News. Well done to all who took part!
It’s been another fantastic year of fundraising here at Abbey College Cambridge! Our amazing students and staff have raised £4,333 for our college charity East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) so far – and we have lots more fundraising events planned in the lead up to Christmas!
Abbey College Cambridge student Juan Fernandez Pottecher, currently studying for his A Levels, won a place on a prestigious University of Cambridge Chemistry Summer School programme after finishing in the top 50 student Chemists in the country (and receiving the Roentgenium Award) in the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge.
GCSE students at Abbey College Cambridge, one of the UK’s leading international colleges, are celebrating their results. Principal Julian Davis said “GCSE students represent our youngest cohort here at Abbey College Cambridge. Many also face the additional challenges of living in new country and learning in their 2nd or 3rd language.”
This year Abbey College Cambridge students have once again achieved a set of A Level results far higher than the UK national average. 22 Abbey Cambridge students have achieved all A* and A grades, and students from the college will now move on to begin their studies at some of the UK’s best universities.
On Tuesday 6th March students from our Volunteering Club paid a visit to our College charity, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). From its base just North of Cambridge the hospice supports families and cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions.