A Co-educational Independent School in Suffolk for ages 4 to 18

Queen’s House. The pre-prep department of Woodbridge School. We provide a bright, vibrant and friendly environment for pupils aged 4-7.
The Abbey. The prep department of Woodbridge School. A happy and caring school, providing an excellent all-round education for pupils aged 7-11.
Prep School
Senior School. A thriving, forward-looking and talented educational community providing excellence in education for pupils aged 11-18.
Senior School
Sixth Form. Large enough to give curriculum choice and flexibility - small enough to know everybody and give individual guidance. With its own dedicated modern facility.
Sixth Form
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Michaelmas 2017 Term Dates

Calendars detailing the wide range of School activities are available here.


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Woodbridge School operates 12 school bus services, all of which drop off at, and collect from, the Senior School and The Abbey. more...

Woodbridge News

Michaelmas Showcase Concert

Tue 12th December 2017

Such range; such scope; such skills on show.  The concert began with a richly deserved encore of Holst’s St Paul’s Suite by the Chamber Orchestra, played recently and so beautifully at the Library Chamber Soirée.  A joyful dance of a piece with Asian cadences to supplement the English folk.  Glorious


Woodbridge Junior Chess Open

Thu 7th December 2017
The Abbey Chess

Over 60 competitors from across the country played on Sunday in the 17th edition of the Woodbridge Junior Chess Open. The Under 8 section was won by Aayush Dewangan from Maidenhead, but the Woodbridge champion, playing in his first tournament was Lade Laguda. Charlie Williams also performed with great credit in this


Woodbridge Success in the Classical Association Artefact2art Competition

Wed 6th December 2017

The Classical Association is a national body which represents Classicists from universities and schools. They recently held a competition, in which pupils had to write a poem or create a piece of visual art inspired by an original artefact from the Greek or Roman world. With considerably over two hundred entries from schools across the

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