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Woodbridge Rider to Represent Suffolk at Nsea County Challenge Championships

Posted on: January, 28th Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News, Woodbridge News

On Sunday 24 January at The Jays Stud, Bury St. Edmunds, the hotly-contested NSEA Qualifier to represent Suffolk at the Cortaflex National County Championships took place.

Classes started with a warm-up class of 60cm and then the first of the qualifier classes at 70cm.

In each class the highest placed Suffolk individual rider and the highest placed Suffolk-based school team would qualify for the class Championships to be held at Bury Farm Equestrian Centre on 23-24 April

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Felix and Hugo Represent Northampton Saints Academy at the Wellington U16 Rugby Tournament

Posted on: January, 28th Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

Many congratulations to Felix Kibble and Hugo Kelleway who have just been selected to represent Northampton Saints Academy at the Wellington U16 tournament over Easter.

This is the main tournament that forms the selection process for England U16s.

Felix and Hugo have worked extremely hard on their individual skills and Felix especially must be commended as he has only just been moved to a new

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James Meakin Umpiring

James Appointed By The Suffolk Hockey Umpires Association

Posted on: January, 28th Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

Many congratulations to James Meakin, who has been appointed by the Suffolk Hockey Umpires Association to umpire at the U14 and U16 Boys County Cup competitions.  James also plays for the School’s 1st hockey team.

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Myles King Hockey Success

Myles Takes the National Title at Nottingham Trent University

Posted on: January, 28th Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News, Woodbridge News

Many congratulations to Myles King and the U18 Harleston Magpies Indoor Hockey Super 6s team who took the national title on Sunday at Nottingham Trent University. Having played dynamic and highly skilled hockey over the two days, the team remained unbeaten over its 4 pool matches. Determined, focussed and with the title match in

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CCF Almanza Dinner

CCF Almanza Dinner

Posted on: January, 28th Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The CCF Alamanza dinner took place in the Tuckwell Room this week, with 90 staff and cadets present. This was a big event, with many Y9 pupils in attendance. The toast to the Queen was given this year by Nathan Goddard, an honour bestowed by tradition on the youngest

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County Hockey Honours

Posted on: January, 21st Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

We are fortunate at Woodbridge to have many talented sportspeople, none more so perhaps than in hockey.  Both Suffolk and Norfolk have recently announced their JAC squads (Junior Academy Centre) for the coming season and Woodbridge School is well represented in all age groups.  Congratulations to Myles and Mia King who are in the Norfolk U17 and U15 squads

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Arthur Bartlett_British Alpine Championships

Skiing

Posted on: January, 21st Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News, Woodbridge News

Many congratulations to Arthur Bartlett who has qualified for the British Alpine Championships in Tignes (during the Easter Holidays) thanks to his excellent performance at the Anglo Scottish Championships.

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CCF

Posted on: January, 21st Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News

Y12 NCOs challenging the Y10 on the low wire course. Testing their team skills and physical strength of carrying a bucket of cold water around the course, great fun had by all.

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Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Awards

Posted on: January, 21st Jan 2016

In Category: Senior School News

Congratulations to Fynn Kiley and Chloe Neall who have received their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Awards.

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VOCES8 in concert with Woodbridge School Chamber Choir

VOCES8 in Concert with the Chamber hoir

Posted on: January, 21st Jan 2016

In Category: Music News, Senior School News, Uncategorized, Woodbridge News

From the sublime to the…. encore!  What an evening of entertainment, and of absolutely beautiful singing.  The glorious soaring acoustic perfection of Byrd’s Haec Dies set the standard for a fabulous evening hosted by Voces8, singing with a purity and clarity that resonated so perfectly with, and in, St

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