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Upcoming Open Days
Senior Open Day Saturday September 18th 2021, 10.00am – 1.00pm Please pre-register for the Senior School Open Day using this link. Places strictly limited!
Prep and Nursery Open Day Saturday September 25th 2021, 10.00am – 12.00 noon. Please pre-register for the Prep and Nursery School Open Day by emailing the Prep School on email@example.com. Places strictly limited!
Sixth Form Open Evening Thursday October 14th 2021, 6.30pm – 8.00pm. Please pre-register for the Sixth Form Open Evening by emailing the School on firstname.lastname@example.org. Places strictly limited!
Battle Abbey’s ethos is highly distinctive and focuses on nurturing a close-knit family atmosphere, encouraging active participation from its students, promoting an international perspective through its boarders and encouraging self-respect, self-confidence and compassion for the needs of others. It is the sort of school where students settle very quickly and contribute willingly and positively whilst developing a genuine pride in their school and a real passion for their learning.
I very much hope that this website gives you at least a flavour of our School and I would urge you to come and visit us if you can and meet our engaging and talented students and staff”.
David Clark – BA, M Phil (Cantab) Battle Abbey School Headmaster
Watch an introduction to Battle Abbey School on the School’s YouTube channel
Watch Key Stage 3 pupils talk about life at Battle Abbey School
If you have any questions about our independent School in East Sussex please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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Battle Abbey School number one in Kent and Sussex!
Battle Abbey School is delighted to announce that, according to the latest Government produced league table reported on the BBC, Battle Abbey School is ranked as the top secondary school in East Sussex, West Sussex and Kent for pupil progress and achievement at A Level. In real terms, the figures indicate how much progress students who studied A Levels at schools and colleges made between completing their GCSEs and the end of their A Level studies, compared to similar students across England. Overall for the progress scores Battle Abbey School was ranked first in the whole of Sussex and Kent and came in at number 26th nationally out of nearly 4500 schools.
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