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

Netball: Under 19 Tournament- Winners!

Posted on: October, 15th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

After being county champions and making it through to Regionals last year at U16 level, the girls (& I!!) knew the pressure was on as we couldn’t afford to lose!! From the starting whistle against Northgate, the girls ensured their performance was slick – defending tightly and intercepting any loose

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Hockey: Woodbridge 2nd Team v Felsted

Posted on: October, 15th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News

Lost 0-3

The 2nd team showed some very good passing hockey despite losing the game.  Tate Turnbull marshalled her troops from the back, keeping them moving and supporting each other.  Good interplay between the midfielders made for an attractive and open match.  Felsted had more clear cut chances and took these

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Year 4 Enjoy Learning About Food at Tesco

Posted on: October, 14th Oct 2014

In Category: Prep News

Year 4 had an exciting time at Tesco Martlesham, discovering just how far some of their food could have travelled. They loved the cheese tasting as well as having a good look at the fish display, but the best part had to be filling their own doughnuts and rolling them in

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Woodbridge Enjoys Success in Schools National Ski Finals

Posted on: October, 14th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Woodbridge took 4 teams to the regional heats in Bromley on Sunday 21st September. The teams were U19 girls, U19 boys, U14 Girls and U14 Boys. Many of the squad were new to racing this year. Our U19 girls team qualified for the National Finals and for the National Open held on Saturday and Sunday

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Year 6 Pupils Experience Victorian Life at Audley End

Posted on: October, 10th Oct 2014

In Category: Prep News

Our Year 6 pupils have just come back from an amazing journey through time – back to the Victorian era. They were servants for the day at Audley End House. They were taught how to do the laundry, lay the table and even iron the newspaper. Perhaps they can try out these new found skills at

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Rugby: Woodbridge Under 12 A Team v Holmwood House

Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News

After a testing time against Norwich on Saturday it was good to bounce back with a resounding win. Our assured handling and elusive running put Holmwood under pressure throughout the game. The centre partnership of Hugo Thomas and Harry Rennell was at the heart of our victory scoring 4 tries and 2 tries

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Junior Teams Hockey v Norwich

Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News

During an extensive afternoon of matches against Norwich on Wednesday  1 October,  the junior teams all competed hard, with close wins and losses to report: the seconds were defeated 3-5, caught too often on the counterattack, but could take comfort in the expert shooting of scorers Neve Walker (2) and Verity

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Under 14 County Cup Hockey

Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News

The under fourteens excelled in the recent Suffolk competition: game one in the pools, against St Joseph’s, was notable for a huge rush of adrenalin from the team – they ran and ran like things possessed.  Soon enough the goals flowed, first to Flora Johnston, and then three to Georgia Harrold to seal victory by

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Woodbridge Year 7 Water Polo Team Wins First Ever Game!

Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2014

In Category: Senior School News

Following on from just three after school water polo training sessions in the School swimming pool, the Y7’s faced their first ever water polo fixture against the TeamIpswich club team at Crown Pools in Ipswich on Sunday 5th October.

Woodbridge played as a team and showed they had picked up the skills to perform amazingly well winning the game

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Hockey: First Team Girls v Wymondham

Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2014

In Category: Uncategorized

Woodbridge girls 1st hockey team showed great character in defeat against Wymondham this week.  Woodbridge’s match preparation was not ideal, having only limited time for warm-up and drills. However this did not deter the players and they started the match seemingly the stronger team. Captain, Lorna Bennel, leading from the front and opening the scoring with some good elimination skills and strike at

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