A century of learning

Travel | 25 Jun 2019

Wycombe abbey was founded more than 120 years ago and it is the leading independent school in the UK, ranked No 1 for academic results.

Its graduates receive offers from the top universities in the UK and the United States – including Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, MIT and Princeton – every year.

Starting this September, the school will be offering students in Hong Kong the opportunity to benefit from its exceptional education at its brand new primary school campus in Aberdeen.

“I am delighted that Wycombe Abbey School is coming to the dynamic and culturally vibrant internationally city of Hong Kong,” says Howard Tuckett, founding headmaster of Wycombe Abbey School Hong Kong.

“The primary school years represent a child’s most formative stage, and we are delighted to be able to provide them with an outstanding and internationally recognized education that will prepare them for entry into the finest independent secondary schools in the world.”

The new campus will be equipped to provide students with the best possible educational foundation with dedicated facilities for speech and drama, music, art, science and STEM subjects.

The school’s academic excellence comes from a bespoke curriculum based on the National Curriculum for England and combines the best of East and West.

The school also provides a holistic learning experience that focuses on the whole child, developing them into lifelong learners and creative, independent individuals.

Students are enriched with a wide range of extra-curricular activities that will broaden their skills and build confidence, allowing them to embrace future challenges wherever they may go.

Where: Tin Wan Street, Aberdeen

Website: www.wycombeabbey.com.hk

Contacts: 2584 6142; admissions@wycombeabbey.com.hk

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