People Who Help Us

Posted on: March, 29th Mar 2016

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The Reception children have enjoyed learning about the roles of Doctors and Nurses. Last week they were visited by Steph, a local nurse. She talked to the children about her job and they were then given practical experience of how to apply plasters, bandages and slings. This week Arabella’s

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2016 East Anglian Prep Schools Cross Country at Woodbridge School

Posted on: March, 22nd Mar 2016

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

Huge crowds; hundreds of expectant children from across East Anglia; so many schools represented.  Woodbridge School’s second hosting of this major regional event on the sporting calendar was if anything even more brilliantly slick than last year’s triumph.  Mr Lubbock, Mr Goddard, Miss Sanders, Mrs Richardson and their wonderful team of

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Woodbridge excels at the Equestrian Annual One Day Event

Posted on: March, 22nd Mar 2016

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

Woodbridge School organised the 20th NSEA Inter Schools Annual ODE at Poplar Park on Sunday 20th March over the Poplar Park BE XC courses for 80cm, 90cm & 1m classes.  As ever, the day was a great success, and our sincere thanks go to Ms Theobald and her brilliant team of

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Eddie the Penguin Saves the World!

Posted on: March, 22nd Mar 2016

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

This delightful musical play performed by Years 1 and 2 on the Abbey stage was enjoyed by all who came to see it – and all who were in it! The smiles on the children’s faces showed that they were clearly having a great time on the stage and were justly proud of their

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The Carruthers Verse Speaking Cup

Posted on: March, 22nd Mar 2016

In Category: Prep News, Woodbridge News

Poetry came alive at The Abbey on Monday morning, as the week began with the annual verse speaking competition. Finalists from each year group recited poems from memory, ranging from humorous rhymes by Roald Dahl to darker, introspective verse from the likes of Rudyard Kipling and Charles Causley. The audience was treated to fantastic performances from all of the

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Cross country run in aid of Sport Relief

Posted on: March, 22nd Mar 2016

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

On Friday 18 March the children at Queen’s House took part in a Cross Country run in aid of Sport Relief.  Dressed in red to show their support for this amazing cause the children ran with enthusiasm and determination.  Parents supported from the side lines and the Senior School Sports Leaders and staff ran with the children encouraging them along the

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J1 HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Posted on: March, 18th Mar 2016

In Category: Sport News

The Junior 1s lacked their usual goal scoring form at the Orwell Park tournament. This turned out to be the difference on the day, when the team played well as a unit and did some great things… apart from score enough goals despite having the chances.

The team started

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J2 HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Posted on: March, 18th Mar 2016

In Category: Sport News

Reports by Tobias Juszt
On a cold afternoon, the Woodbridge J2s competed at Old Buckenham Hall (OBH) in the U13 Hockey Tournament. There were five teams in total, with each match consisting of 15 minutes.

GAME 1:
Playing against Newhall, we got in to the game right from the

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U16A NETBALL V ST JOSEPH’S (WIN 19-10)

Posted on: March, 18th Mar 2016

In Category: Sport News

The weather did not affect the level of netball played as the U16 A team strode to victory against the St Joseph’s sixth form team. Excellent defending from Nancy King, who proved to be a wall against the St Joseph’s attack, and also Mia King for stepping up and considerably adding the team’s

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U16A NETBALL V KESGRAVE (WIN 27-26)

Posted on: March, 18th Mar 2016

In Category: Sport News

Despite an afternoon of tiring exams, the U16 A team were not fazed by the strong Kesgrave side. Nancy King and Jemima Potter united to form a solid defence whilst intercepting nearly every pass and turning over the play on a number of occasions. Lucy Frank and Emma Harrington also were a vital part of both the defensive work and in the

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