28 Sep 2018


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Open Day: Saturday 29 September – 9.30am-12.30pm

Open Day is an occasion for all the family, with activities, displays and demonstrations about all aspects of the School. The Day runs from 9.30 until 12.30. All boys, EXCEPT first years who are not involved in an activity such as an orchestra or band, are expected to attend and should arrive at School no later than 8.45 am to register before beginning their Open Day activities. Boys on school buses should go straight to registration when their bus arrives.  Request for absence on this day should, as usual, be made to the housemaster, as for a single weekday absence. For boys wishing to miss School sports fixtures, parents should write to the Headmaster, as usual, copying in the Director of Sport and PE, Pete Bignell.  For boys who use the joint bus service, all the morning routes will be operating the weekday schedule running 30 minutes later than usual. For the return journey, the weekday 5.20pm service will depart on all usual routes from the coach park at 1pm. 

Abingdon School is a Nut Free School

We have several boys who have a serious nut allergy that can cause anaphylaxis.  Even small traces of nuts on the hand of someone else can be enough to cause a reaction.  For this reason we would like to remind everyone that nuts must not be brought into school.

Health Centre

If your son is feeling unwell please do not send him into school. It is the school policy that pupils need to remain off school for 48 hours from the last incident of vomiting or diarrhoea. Please see the link which gives advice from the NHS.

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Touchliners Annual Dinner – Saturday 6 October – 7pm

Tickets for the annual Abingdon Touchliners black tie dinner on Saturday 6 October are now on sale.  Our guest this year is Mark ‘Ronnie' Regan MBE – Bristol, Bath, Leeds England and British and Irish Lion hooker. World cup winner in 2003 and a world cup finalist in 2007.  This year there will be the bonus of a few past international players amongst the guests who have played against Mark and promise to make the speech and Q&A a not-to-be-missed event.

The evening will kick off from 7pm with a drinks reception in the Charles Maude Room, welcome address from our first team Captain, Edward Hayes, followed by a splendid three course dinner and all the usual club dinner features, ‘heads and tails’, live and silent auctions and more fun.

Please reserve and pay for your tickets via the School's WisePay system here 

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]

Information for Parents – Policies

Parents are reminded that School Policies are available under the “About” & then “Governance” menu of the website.  They are reviewed and updated from time to time.

Food Menu for the coming week: Week 2