Hockey Report: Junior 3rds vs Ipswich High

Posted on: December, 16th Dec 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The Junior 3rd hockey team had their final match on Wednesday against Ipswich High. The girls have had an excellent season and this match epitomised the progress they have made. Passing the ball beautifully, keeping to set pieces that have been practiced relentlessly and holding their positions allowed the girls to play an exciting and inventive

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Hockey Report: U15 Girls vs Framlingham

Posted on: December, 16th Dec 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The U15B girls’ hockey team played a very enjoyable match against Framlingham on Saturday. It was a weakened Woodbridge team because of injury and we had two U13 girls helping us out. The first half the Woodbridge girls worked hard and the game went from end to end. Unfortunately, just before half time Framlingham scored despite our defence doing their best to clear the

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Christmas Cookery at The Abbey

Posted on: December, 15th Dec 2014

In Category: Prep News, Uncategorized

Year 3  have been busy making Reindeer Cupcakes, Year 6 have been making jars of mincemeat, and the Seckford Scheme boarders have been enjoying afternoon complete with mince pies for that proper introduction to a British Christmas.  A very busy afternoon in The Abbey kitchen!!

 

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Hockey: Junior 2nds beat Ipswich School 3-1

Posted on: December, 12th Dec 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The junior seconds ended their hockey season on a high with a 3-1 win over Ipswich High School.  The team approached the game with the same enthusiasm they did at the start of the season with everyone wanting to put in a top performance.  The team also welcomed Amelia

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Hockey: Junior 4 v Ipswich High

Posted on: December, 12th Dec 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Score: Won 9 – 0

The Junior 4 played wonderful hockey to win this match convincingly.  Isabelle Bolton-Smith scored an incredible 6 goals. Verity Hobday (2) and Charlotte Bowers (1) added to the score with fantastic strikes.   Lucy Hudson, Lily Craig, Laura Golding and Lucy French were so impressive in

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Year 9 Charity Sweet Sale in aid of Ebola

Posted on: December, 11th Dec 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Uncategorized

Miss Mayes year 9 tutor group held a sweet sale yesterday at breaktime in aid of Band Aid and the fight against Ebola. They raised over £200 in aid of this very worthwhile cause. Very well done to all!

 

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Abbey Gala Concert

Posted on: December, 11th Dec 2014

In Category: Prep News

Thursday 4th December was a day of great excitement amongst Abbey Musicians as our term’s work and dedication culminated in the Gala Concert that evening.  Nearly the entire school was involved in the thirteen choirs and ensembles that participated, and all styles of music were covered from Renaissance consort music to Abba and from Holst to film

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Hockey: U14B v Framlingham College

Posted on: December, 10th Dec 2014

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridgian Weekly

For the last match of the season, this was by far the most exciting game!! A real team effort with every single member of the team playing with enormous amounts of determination and drive. Louise Farthing had a storming game as sweeper and was 100% successful in her tackles, and Millie

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County Hockey

Posted on: December, 10th Dec 2014

In Category: Prep News

All the girls were on cracking good form and played their hearts out in each match. They won their section, not losing a match which meant they got through to the semi-finals.  Sadly they didn’t win that match.  They had one final match against Barnardiston to decide who came 3rd or 4th in the

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Abbey Carols at Seckford Almshouses

Posted on: December, 10th Dec 2014

In Category: Prep News, Woodbridge News

Christmas at the Abbey started on 9 December when the Chapel Choir visited the Seckford Almshouses for a spot of Carol singing.  The Chapel Choir sang some of its own repertoire including works by Rutter and Godfree as well as that perennial favourite, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’, and both the choir and residents enjoyed singing traditional carols

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