DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S AWARD

Posted on: April, 29th Apr 2016

In Category: Senior School News

Many congratulations to Rosie Streat who has just been awarded her Silver DofE award, and also to Poppy Yeo OW who has just received notification that her DofE Gold award is now complete.

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MUN HAILEYBURY REPORT

Posted on: April, 29th Apr 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

From Friday 18 until Sunday 20 March 2016, seven Woodbridge students represented three member states at the Haileybury Model United Nations.

Charlie Green, the ambassador of Lebanon, fervently put forward his nation’s interests to the Special Committee on the question of the Arab-Israeli conflict, presenting a two state solution that was passed with 26 votes for and 11

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INTERMEDIATE MATHEMATICS KANGAROO

Posted on: April, 29th Apr 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

We had five candidates in this year’s international extension paper for our nation’s top performers in the national intermediate maths challenge. Many congratulations to: William Emery (95, earning a merit for finishing in the top 25%) and Jason Li (89, also a merit), Oliver Phelan (84), Joseph Brierly (78) and Abigail Crane (73) who were all very close to merits as

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YOUNG ENTERPRISE COMPANY WICK AND WAX LYRICAL

Posted on: April, 29th Apr 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Wick and Wax candles; lyrical presentation; expert company report; compelling trade stand. Outcome? This year’s team, under the joint leadership of Helena Boynton and Jakob Hatfield, were gloriously triumphant at the recent Suffolk finals, hosted by UCS and sponsored by top companies such as EDF Energy, BT, Adnams and many

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ROWING

Posted on: April, 28th Apr 2016

In Category: Sport News, Woodbridge News

More success for Oliver Wroe!  In a very busy weekend he first of all represented our region impressively well in the junior 16 double sculls with Deben Rowing Club teammate Jamie Goodwyn, reaching the Junior 16 Inter-Regional final and coming an excellent fourth, not far behind the medalling crews from top flight clubs and rowing schools (and needless to

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WOODBRIDGE TENNIS SUCCESS REWARDED AT SUFFOLK SCHOOLS TENNIS AGM

Posted on: April, 28th Apr 2016

In Category: Sport News, Woodbridge News

The successes achieved by Woodbridge School tennis teams in 2015 were rewarded at the recent Suffolk Schools Tennis Association Annual General Meeting. Woodbridge was presented with the Champion School Shield. This award is attributed to winning the Girls Y8 and below Division 1 and Division 2 competitions.

The U13A tennis team made Woodbridge history by winning the Suffolk Schools Tennis Association Division 1 county

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LAMDA EXAMINATIONS

Posted on: April, 28th Apr 2016

In Category: Senior School News

Many congratulations to all the candidates in last term’s LADMA examinations. They secured a one hundred percent pass rate, gaining an extraordinary 57 distinctions and 36 merits.

Those with Distinctions were:

Grade Two
Rufus Vogel; Thomas Evans; William Cook; Ruben Kill; Sebastian Ward; Emily

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NATIONAL YOUTH CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Posted on: April, 28th Apr 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Over Easter Isabella Pincombe was asked to play principle for the National Youth Chamber Orchestra. She was called by an oboe teacher at senior Academy, Melanie Ragge, during the holidays if she would stand in for a member that had dropped out, at pretty much under a week’s notice. Isabella ended up doing the nine day course in the second week of Easter at Queenswood School in Potters Bar and did a concert at the Royal College of

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THE ABBEY SKI TRIP EASTER 2016

Posted on: April, 27th Apr 2016

In Category: Prep News, Woodbridge News

During the Easter holiday 29 Abbey pupils took to the slopes of the Stubai Glacier. After a long bus journey and an evening preparing our skis and boots we were ready. 3 days of brilliant sunshine followed, this made for really good conditions for all groups, beginners to advanced, to make really good

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YEAR 1 ENJOY SAFARI IN THE GARDEN

Posted on: April, 26th Apr 2016

In Category: Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

As part of our topic ‘On Safari in the Garden’ we have been learning all about snails. We met some African Land Snails and everyone had the chance to hold and feed them. We learnt some interesting facts and enjoyed watching them move and eat. We have also looked at Henri Matisse’s “The Snail” in art and had a lot of fun making our own abstract snail

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