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Dawn Chorus: Parent and Toddler Singing Group
Group Singing with Little Ones
Fridays 9.30 - 10.30am
Queen’s House Hall
The Red Shoes
Based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairytale, watch as our Year 10 and 11 pupils bring the story to life. Tuesday 12 to Wednesday 13 February, 7.30pm at the Seckford Theatre.
Tickets are free. Book via www.ticketsource.co.uk/seckfordtheatre
Mozart's Requiem Friday 22 March 7.30pm, St Edmundsbury Cathedral
After the stunning success of last term’s Messiah at Blythburgh Church, this term we are performing Mozart’s sublime Requiem at our diocesan cathedral in Bury St Edmunds. This will be another magical occasion in which to hear our wonderful Choral Society perform one of the greatest and most moving pieces of choral music ever. This concert will also feature other ensembles.
Tickets £10 (Under 19s free) Book via www.ticketsource.co.uk/wbsmusic
2019 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. more...
The Red ShoesWed 13th February 2019
And deeply original.
The shock of arrival was magical: such a beautiful staging, such glorious detail, and such wonderful costumes.
And the surprises kept coming, not least Kathryn Clements’s brilliant choreography so astonishingly brought to life by the cast, but in particular by
King Henry VIII Cross Country Relay Competition 2019Mon 11th February 2019
For the second time the School entered the King Henry Relay, a competition that is over thirty years old but was this year in a new format and bigger than ever. It meant we could merge all year groups to create two boys’ teams and two girls’ teams.
The competition itself sees the
Mental Health First Aid Training Rolled out to Pastoral Staff Across Woodbridge SchoolTue 5th February 2019
Miss Norman Reports: This week England is focusing upon raising awareness around Children’s Mental Health. 75% of mental illnesses start before a child reaches their 18th birthday, while 50% of mental health problems (excluding dementia) take root before the age of 15 years. From the tragic story of Molly Rose whose suicide was linked to viewing harmful internet