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

Prep News

EAST ANGLIA ART COMPETITION

Posted on: February, 5th Feb 2018

In Category: Prep News

Year 5 & 6 have been drawing views around The Abbey as part of the Young Art East Anglia competition.

The title this year is “Nature’s Delights” and we hope to have some of our entries shortlisted for the exhibition at Peter Pears gallery in Aldeburgh on the

Read More

PEN POTS GALORE IN THE YEAR 4 ART CLUB

Posted on: February, 5th Feb 2018

In Category: Prep News

Mrs.Parker’s Year 4 art club have enjoyed making pen pots out of recycled toilet roll tubes.

They have designed, constructed, papier mached and painted their pen pots; don’t they look awesome!

Read More

Learning Spanish in a Fun and Interactive Workshop

Posted on: February, 5th Feb 2018

In Category: Prep News, Uncategorized

SPANISH INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING AND DRAMA WORKSHOPS

On Friday 12 January Years 3, 4 and 5 took part in an interactive storytelling workshop in Spanish. John of the Freshwater Theatre Company told two stories (Rocitos de Oro y los Tres Osos and Los Tres Cerditos) with the help of the Abbey

Read More

SUFFOLK SCHOOLS’ CROSS COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News, Sport News

Henry  and Jonjo  took part in this event and ran in the minor category (Y5 and Y6) against the top fifty runners selected after two previous races. Henry came 20th and Jonjo came 44th.  Well done boys!

Read More

WOODBRIDGE SCHOOL JUNIOR RIDERS START THE NEW YEAR IN STYLE

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News

The Woodbridge School Junior Riders travelled to the Easton & Otley College Easton Campus to contest the NSEA Grass Roots Show Jumping Regional Final on 6  January 2018.
Sasha started the day off by taking 2nd place in the 40cms Championship.This was then followed by the Team of Isla  (Yr

Read More

NETBALL WIN AGAINST ST FELIX – GIRLS’ U11A

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News, Sport News

When we reached St Felix we were very excited about the match. The match started off well with an 8-0 lead after the first quarter. The goals were scored by Ellen and Charlotte. The second quarter was similar, with some brilliant interceptions by Amelia, Issy and Lexie. At half time we were 13-0 up and in the second half we mixed up the

Read More

LEARNING@WOODBRIDGE CLASS AWARDS – THE ABBEY

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News

Michaelmas Term 2017

Head’s Award
Georgie P

For her sensible and friendly attitude, her positivity and her encouragement of others and her commitment to doing her best.

Name
Class
Reason

Edie S
3G
Gives 100% to everything

Jeremy B
3M
Fully engaged and has given 100% in all areas of the curriculum

Alex H
4T
Always engaged and has given 100% in all areas of the curriculum

Stephanie H
4C
Always working hard and increasingly confident in all areas of the curriculum

Georgia G
5P
Making such a fantastic start at the Abbey and being

Read More

YEAR 4 AND THEIR AWESOME ARTWORK

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News

Mrs.Parker’s art club have enjoyed making pen pots out of recycled toilet roll tubes.  They have designed, constructed, papier mached and painted their pen pots; don’t they look awesome

Read More

SPANISH INTERACTIVE STORYTELLING AND DRAMA WORKSHOPS

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News

On Friday 12 January Years 3, 4 and 5 took part in an interactive storytelling workshop in Spanish. John of the Freshwater Theatre Company told two stories (Rocitos de Oro y los Tres Osos and Los Tres Cerditos) with the help of the Abbey pupils. In the afternoon Year 6 were joined by Year 7 pupils from the Senior School and took part in an interactive drama workshop on Don Quijote

Read More

EXCELLENT LEARNING DURING MATHEMATICAL INVESTIGATIONS

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Prep News

Maths awards for this term will be given to children demonstrating excellent learning during their fortnightly investigative maths sessions. These problem-solving investigations provide a fun, stimulating context in which children can develop and exercise their ability to reason mathematically, think creatively and apply their Learning@Woodbridge core skills.

Mathematical Investigations
3M – Willow
5C – Ruby
5P- Teddy
6S – James
6B- Selina

Well

Read More

Page 1 of 171...10...Last »