There is a necessity in any school to keep moving forward and Abbey Gate College is no exception.
We feel passionately that our pupils deserve the best that we can offer in all areas of their education and building new facilities to improve their experience and opportunities is an essential aspect of creating stimulating teaching and learning environments. Our dedicated Governing Body are clear in their vision for the College and have committed to investing funds in providing exciting new facilities.
We have four major projects in the pipeline:
In June 2016, phase 1 of our sports improvement plan was realised with the opening of The Teaching and Sports Pavilion by Mr Michael Owen. This state-of-the-art facility has already made a huge impact on the range of activities we can offer the pupils in Physical Education.
Phase 2 of our plan is to fundraise the necessary £600,000 to build a floodlit all-weather pitch. To have this facility on site will significantly increase the amount of time our pupils and teams can play sport, practise skills and participate in competitive fixtures. It will also allow us to realise an ambition to become the central hub of our local community.
If you would like to learn more about the project and have a personalised tour of the site, please let us know by contacting the PA to the Headmistress, Mrs Katie Simons, on firstname.lastname@example.org
A new Foundation and Infant School Building is to be built in the grounds of the current Infant and Junior School. This building will provide three spacious classrooms all with their own covered outdoor area, a new library, a Learning Enrichment area, and a new outdoor play space. The new building will also allow us to re-configure the main school building to create exciting spaces to teach art and design, music, science and to create a bigger library.
For a personalised tour of our beautiful Infant and Junior School in Aldford, contact email@example.com or call 01244 332077.
The College is committed to ensuring that its provides inspiring, modern and safe facilities in which the subject can be taught to the highest standard and plans have been submitted for two fully-equipped and cutting-edge laboratories to enhance facilities in the existing science department.
Additional space where our young scientists can study, discover and create will be an amazing addition to the College.
There are plans to significantly extend and reconfigure the Sixth Form Centre and Refectory. The provision of personal study zones will assist our students with their independent learning and a range of seminar classrooms will be incorporated for the teaching of A Level subjects. Together with a large open-plan social space, the new Sixth Form Centre will provide state-of-the-art facilities, which will meet the needs of older students.