Senior School News

Bowling

Posted on: September, 29th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News

130 pupils enjoyed a chance to go bowling at King Pin Martlesham on last Friday: great fun … and plenty of food too. And at the end nearly all the pupils handed in their scores, although some forgot in the excitement! So the first of our inter house competitions in the Lower School saw Seckford the

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Miles and Alexander are invited to the Open Data Institute Summit

Posted on: September, 29th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News

Building on their success in Young Rewired State (YRS) coding competition, Miles Budden, Alexander Craggs and their team have been invited to the Open Data Institute Summit to be held at The British Film Institute in London at the start of November, where prizes are being presented by Tim

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Woodbridge School Open Day

OPEN DAY

Posted on: September, 28th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

A new format and a glorious success: The Abbey started the ball rolling in fine style on Saturday morning, passing the baton to a bursting Queen’s House which in turn handed over to the Senior School for an afternoon of breathless activity for a host of current and prospective parents and

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Woodbridge School Boys Rugby

Boys Rugby

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News

So close yet so far for the U15s in a brave encounter with King’s Ely.  Travelling with a 16-man squad, a game of hard knocks was always going to expose the lack of cover, and so it proved in the end.  The start was exciting and positive: Harry Hobday and James Eaton combining to devastating

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Girls Hockey

Posted on: September, 25th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News

The U14A team played its first competitive game against St Joseph’s U14/I5 team recently. At half time the score was 0-0:Amelia Potter had played outstandingly in right defence, with Maud Peel excellent too.  Further up the pitch Amy Graham had some super linking runs down the right side and Sarah Barker distributed the ball well in mid

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Rugby: 1st XV Woodbridge v Ipswich

Rugby: 1st XV v Ipswich

Posted on: September, 17th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

What a fantastic start to the season! Fast and frenetic (no, not furious!) from the start, the intense pressure Woodbridge imposed on Ipswich paid quick dividend, and it didn’t take long for James Bellhouse to power over for the first score. But Ipswich responded well and replied very quickly to score in the

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Woodbridge School Speech Day 2015

Speech Day 2015

Posted on: September, 17th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Sixth Form News, Woodbridge News

Grey skies and a spot of drizzle did little to dampen the enthusiasm of the Swing Band, or indeed of the audience for the Swing Band as all took their seats for this year’s ceremony.  The Headmaster spoke with passion about his extraordinarily enjoyable first year, and about the

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1ST BRITISH BOAT 2ND OVERALL IN THE CADET WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Posted on: September, 9th Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Our Year 10 pupil, Archie Penn has returned from a very successful sailing summer. Since his selection to the GBR Cadet Sailing Team for the World Championships, Archie completed the pre-event training with his team mates, which included taking part in the Flanders Youth Regatta in Nieuwpoort, Belgium, where he just missed out on a podium finish with a 4th place overall in a 30 boat

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Success in Long Distance Rowing Marathon

Posted on: September, 2nd Sep 2015

In Category: Senior School News, Uncategorized

Normally rowing regattas are raced over 2km or less, and winter head races up to 5 or 6km.  There are a couple of much tougher challenges, though: The ‘Great Ouse’ covers the 22km between Denver to Ely while the ‘Boston Marathon’ covers the 50km stretch between Lincoln and Boston rowing

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