Rhyme of the week

Posted on: May, 22nd May 2015

In Category: Uncategorized

I Wonder Why

 

I wonder why the sky is blue

And why this rose is red,

And why I have to wash my face

And go so soon to bed.

 

Jane Mann

Read More

Jonny Kajoba came runner-up in ‘Never Such Innocence’ Poetry Competition

Posted on: May, 22nd May 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

DSC06854

In the first minutes of 4 August 1914, with the expiry of Prime Minister Herbert Asquith’s ultimatum to Germany to withdraw from Belgium, the British found themselves at war. Future Prime Minister Winston Churchill described the moment; “Along the Mall from the direction of the Palace the sound of an immense concourse singing ‘God save the King’ flouted

Read More

Rhyme of the Week

Posted on: May, 19th May 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

WORM

I’m a little wiggler
I’m a little worm.
Watch me as I wriggle.
See me as I squirm.
Find me in the garden
Sliding through the earth.
Go and ask the gardeners.
They know what I’m worth.

Tony Mitton

Read More

School Farm Fair

Posted on: May, 12th May 2015

In Category: Prep News, Woodbridge News

On Thursday 23 April The Abbey’s Year 4 pupils went to the School Farm Fair held at Trinity Park in Ipswich – here are some short reports of their experience.IMG_2495

George Na Nakhorn: Trinity Park got its name from the three Suffolk stone statues, three also means

Read More

Junior musician of year unveiled

Posted on: May, 11th May 2015

In Category: In The Press

Junior musician of year unveiled, EADT, 11-05

Read More

Practice-a-Thon and Music Festival raised £884.87 for charity

Posted on: May, 8th May 2015

In Category: Prep News, Woodbridge News

Abbey Music Festival 10_3_15-8397Pupils at the Abbey have been busy practicing their musical instruments and many decided to participate in our Practice-a-Thon and Music Festival which raised a stunning £884.87 for the CLIC Sargent  charity which helps families of children and young people with cancer.  This is a terrific achievement and pupils should be commended for their

Read More

Rhyme of the Week

Posted on: May, 8th May 2015

In Category: Pre-Prep News

Anything

Anything that’s broken

I will mend.

Anything that needs to go

I will send.

Any time you call me

I will attend.

You can ask me anything.

I am your

Read More

Junior Young Musician of the Year 2015

Posted on: May, 7th May 2015

In Category: Prep News, Woodbridge News

The Abbey, the Prep School for Woodbridge School held the inaugural Woodbridge Junior Young Musician of the Year competition on 1 May.  We were delighted to welcome thirty-one participants from sixteen different Suffolk schools, all aged eleven and under to be adjudicated by Clio Gould, Leader of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Professor of Violin at the Royal Academy of

Read More

Suffolk Cadet Shield

Posted on: May, 5th May 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News, Woodbridgian Weekly

The fourteenth annual Woodbridge School CCF Suffolk Cadet Target Rifle competition was held at Middlewick ranges Colchester on Saturday 2 May, and featured teams from Framlingham CCF, Suffolk ACF, Essex ACF and Woodbridge School CCF. The aims of the day include preparing teams for the forthcoming 7 Inf Brigade

Read More

Years 7, 8 & 9 Athletics at RHS – Report

Posted on: May, 5th May 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News, Woodbridgian Weekly

Our first athletics meet this Saturday saw some excellent performances in the fresh winds at RHS.

The Year 9 team was much depleted due to various reasons. However those who stood in: Year 7 Annabel Yates in 800m and Year 8 Maud Peel in the 200m, were real

Read More