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Young Guns Fire into Top Spots at Cadet Meeting

Young Guns Fire into Top Spots at Cadet Meeting

Posted on: September, 26th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Woodbridge School’s Combined Cadet Force competed at this year’s 49 Brigade Skill at Arms Meeting in Beckingham, Lincoln, beating 16 teams to win the Falling Plate Shield, and coming second in the Earl Roberts Cup. They also came third in the Montgomery Cup.

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Hockey: 5-0 Win for U14 A team

Hockey: 5-0 Win for U14 A team

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News

The under 14 girls enjoyed their game against St. Joseph’s. A resounding 5-0 win with goals from Mia King (3), Maddie Craig, and Georgia Harrold. Well done girls!
 

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Hockey: Girls Senior Firsts take 3-0 win

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News

An inspired first half performance saw our senior first team take a 3-0 lead against a young and fast Ipswich High team.  Early pressure paid off when Laura Graham opened the scoring, and with the girls playing some of the best hockey in recent times, plenty more scoring opportunities

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Hockey: Junior 2 Girls Hockey Team scoop a 4-0 Victory

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News

The Junior 2 hockey team started the season off with a very impressive performance against Langley, winning 4-0.  The team dominated from the start, following the game plan well.

Good team goals were scored by Neve Walker (2) and captain, Emily Buchanan (2).  Everyone played their hearts out and can be incredibly proud of this performance and

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Rugby: Senior Firsts off to a Flying Start

Rugby: Senior Firsts off to a Flying Start

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

From one of the first rucks, Fraser McKee pounced on loose ball to feed James Cherryman who scored. Soon after, Tristan Hilger rounded off a neat passage of play for a second, and with Ben Felton converting both the boys went in to half time 14-3 to the good.  With defence standing up well at the start of the second

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Hockey: Sporting Success for Junior 4ths Girls

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

In their first match of the season, the Junior 4ths had a very encouraging 2-0 win against Langley. All the girls played with enthusiasm and commitment. Nell Pilkington and Fleur Ludgrove scored well worked goals, while Lucy French and Sophie Weston were solid yet hardly troubled in defence. Special mention should go to Charlotte Bowers for her energetic player of the match

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Speech day praise is music to the ears of skilful school pupils

Speech day praise is music to the ears of skilful school pupils

Posted on: September, 18th Sep 2014

In Category: In The Press, Pre-Prep News, Prep News, Senior School News, Sixth Form News, Woodbridge News

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A new headmaster and a recently-appointed charity chief shared a first experience in their roles at a school’s annual speech day. Both embarking on their first year in the job, Neil Tetley, new head at Woodbridge School, and Roger Wright, who became chief executive of Aldeburgh Music in

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Independent school head ready to build on previous triumphs

Independent school head ready to build on previous triumphs

Posted on: September, 12th Sep 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

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Neil Tetley, Woodbridge School Headmaster

First Day of Term for the New Headmaster

Posted on: September, 3rd Sep 2014

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Prep News, Senior School News, Sixth Form News, Woodbridge News

At Woodbridge School, today is the first day of term for our pupils and for our new Headmaster Neil Tetley. On taking his place in the Headmaster’s Office on the first day of term, Neil Tetley said “I am very much looking forward to welcoming new and existing pupils back to

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