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'George Abbot is an outstanding school that gives excellent value for money'  OFSTED
Indian Dancers seem to glide down the catwalk, and stun the audience with their wonderful steps at this year's fashion show
 'Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is outstanding'  OFSTED
'The school strives for excellence, benefiting from its openness and self-critical approach'   OFSTED
'Pupils feel very safe in the school and have an excellent understanding of healthy-living issues' OFSTED
'Teachers have very good subject knowledge and plan exceptionally well'  OFSTED 
'George Abbot confirmed its position as one of the best schools in the country' - Dept. for Education Feb 2016
'We are privileged to be able to send our son to such an exceptional state school'  Parent comment OFSTED
'A hugely successful Activities Week 2016' 
'Major boost to Science teaching, £120K fundraising target hit to refurbish the school science labs' 
'The Sixth Form is outstanding. Leadership and management are excellent'  OFSTED
Whole school production of 'Blood Brothers' - outstanding performance 
2015-16 Another set of strong GCSE results for George Abbot Students: 78% 5 A*- C with English and Maths
Year 12 students enjoy one of their RAG week charity fundraising events. The students raised around £6000 for local and national charities 
George Abbot was delighted to host the Guildford Commonwealth Day attended by the Mayor

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Starting at a new school is one of the most daunting experiences we all face at a young age. Here are our top five tips to help your child tackle their first week with ease and confidence.

Back to school

​There has been substantial media coverage of the Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why. The drama has been accused of inaccurately portraying, or even glamourising, suicide. Dr Alys Cole-King Clinical Director, of the Social Enterprise Connecting with People, and Dr Stan Kutcher, Sun Life Financial Chair in Adolescent Mental Health, offer advice to parents on talking to their children about the programme and its difficult subject matter

Suicide, suicidal thoughts, 13 Reasons Why

Yellow is a popular mobile app. Thinkuknow - the education programme of The National Crime Agency’s child protection command CEOP - has created a guide for parents on how the app works and what your child needs to know about how to use it safely and sensibly.

safety guide to Yellow app

How video games can draw players in and what parents should do if they think their child is hooked.

Gaming

Everything you need to know about the hugely popular picture sharing app.

Snapchat

How parents can develop their listening skills to help their child open up about self-esteem issues.

Dove self-esteem project body confidence resources for teens

The good and bad influence of friends and classmates and what parents can do if peer pressure is having an adverse effect.

bullying

How learning to speak ‘teenage’ could help communication and build confident in your child.

Body image and self-esteem

County Cup Winners

Recently George Abbot Year 8 football team travelled to Sutton United FC to play the...

Manufacturing Challenge Win

George Abbot Students win 2017 McLaren Manufacturing Challenge.

International School Relations

George Abbot School was pleased to welcome Daniel Mpanduzi, Director of The Voice Sc...

Platinum Mark

The Science Department has been awarded the Platinum Science Mark for their outstand...

GOLD Quality Mark

We are very proud to have been awarded the Youth Sport Trust GOLD Quality Mark for c...

Messages

We send emails to parents and guardians on a Wednesday. These messages can either be...