A 21st Century Education: Parent Workshop
Woodbridge School will be holding a parent session aimed at parents with children aged 3+ on Saturday 20 May 2017, 9.30 am to 12 noon at Queen’s House. more...
Woodbridge Young Poets Competition 2017
We are delighted to announce that entries are now open for the 2017 Woodbridge Young Poets Competition 2017 more...
Trinity Term Dates
Calendars detailing the wide range of School activities are available here.more...
2017 Open Days
Woodbridge School Open Days are vibrant and exciting, and designed to give a real flavour of the diversity and quality of a Woodbridge School education. There is no need to book, just come along on the day. There is ample parking on the School site.
Queen’s House and The Abbey Open Mornings
Saturday 6 May 10am to 12.30pm
Senior School Open Morning
Friday 5 May 9.30am to 12 noon
2017 Whole School Open Day
Saturday 30 September 12 noon to 4pm
2017 Sixth Form Open Evening
Tuesday 31 October From 6.30pm
Arrange a Visit
You are welcome to book an appointment for a personal visit to meet with us and take a look around themore...
Harrison Perkins Receives Distinction for ATCL Saxophone DiplomaThu 27th April 2017
Many congratulations to Harrison Perkins who has passed the ATCL saxophone diploma with flying colours receiving a distinction with a score of 96 out of 100.
His programme was:
Sonata in G minor by Bach
Tableaux de Provence by Maurice
Saxophone sonata By Phil
Hugo Kelleway represents Germany at U18 Rugby Championships in BrittanyWed 26th April 2017
Hugo was fortunate to have the opportunity to represent Germany at the recent European U18 Rugby Championships in Brittany.
The first fixture was against Luxembourg, who Germany despatched 67-5 with Hugo scoring two tries. The first 24 seconds in to the game! A great way to open your international try
Brendan Excels in UK Intermediate Maths ChallengeWed 26th April 2017
Many congratulations to Brendan Bennett who achieved a very impressive Merit in the recent extremely demanding invitation-only Hamilton round of the UK Intermediate Maths Challenge, gaining full marks in three of the six questions set (the paper is so difficult that a merit is earned for the correct solution to just one of the