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Week A

Abbeyfield School runs on a fortnightly timetable. The week commencing 14th January runs to the Week A schedule.

Abbeyfield’s Got Talent 2018

Abbeyfield School is proud to present its annual school talent contest “Abbeyfield’s Got Talent 2018”!

It is going to be bigger and better than ever before, bringing you some of the most talented students and teachers in the school; singers, musicians and lots more! This will be an evening like no other with live music and entertainment for the whole family!

There will be guest performances from last year’s winners and also a sneak preview of next year’s school musical “We Will Rock You!” Who will win? It’s all down to you. Forget the X-Factor, forget The Voice, this is Abbeyfield’s Got Talent 2018!

You can book tickets from the Performance Arts team or online at but a booking fee will apply of 50p per ticket.

The Rucksack Project

This term, Abbeyfield School are working with Community Court Yard, a Local Charity to help people in Northampton who are homeless and living on the streets.

Rucksacks are being collected and filled with essential items such as warm clothes, underwear and bedding and  non-perishable food. Rucksacks are being delivered to people who are street homeless in Northampton 8thDecember.

All donations will be gratefully received. Donations should go to Form Tutors.

Please click here for more information.


We would like to make parents aware that a small number of students have been using powerful magnets to mimic piercings. Please be aware that if swallowed this can be very dangerous and can cause significant health problems. This is a particular risk if students are wearing them on their tongue.

If students are found to be wearing magnets during school time, we will be asking them to remove them under the supervision of our First Aid team.

The medical advice we have been provided with is that if you become aware that your child has swallowed these magnets you should seek immediate medical intervention.


Monday 26th April saw Abbeyfield School’s Year 9 Football team triumph over Malcolm Arnold  3-1 to win the ‘Tommy Wainwright’ U14s County Cup.

The match was well fought on both sides, but Abbeyfield School controlled the game for the majority of the time. Thomas Curry scored the first goal from a set piece. He then delivered a free kick into the box which was neatly headed in by Josh Barnes. Two goal line clearances and some cracking saves led to us going into half time 2-0 up. After half time MAA came out fighting and scored to make it 2-1, but shortly after, Tyler Evans scored for Abbeyfield to settle the game and clinch victory with a final score of 3-1.

A great game and a fantastic result for our team! The PE department are incredibly proud of their achievements this year, especially with their cup run leading up to the Final:

  •  1st Round : 10-0 v Thomas Beckett
  • 2nd Round 17-1 v Campion
  • Quarter Final:  6-2 NSB
  • Semi Final: 4-2 Guilsborough School
  • Final: 3-1 Malcolm Arnold Academy
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Captain Josh Barnes being awarded the County Cup and his medal  by County Official, Connor Leason.