Christmas Jumper Day

Posted on: December, 16th Dec 2016

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The Children and staff dressed up in their silliest Christmas jumpers to raise money for Save the Children.

A fantastic amount was raised from their donations and the retiring collection from the Carol Service. Thank you.

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Christmas Lunch at Queen’s House

Posted on: December, 16th Dec 2016

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The children loved their Christmas lunch – a feast with all the trimmings.

A few even claimed to like Brussels sprouts!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Queen’s House.

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EADT: Poignant Themes explored by students in new four part play

Posted on: December, 14th Dec 2016

In Category: In The Press, Woodbridge News

Coverage of the Year 7 and 8 play, Telltale, in the EADT, Wednesday 14 December.

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Queen’s House Christmas Party

Posted on: December, 13th Dec 2016

In Category: General News, Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

All the Queen’s House children enjoyed a fabulous Christmas party complete with musical statues, musical bumps and team games of pass the balloon. This was followed by a sumptuous tea party; tables groaning with sandwiches, cakes, flapjacks, sausages, crisps and more! It wasn’t long before bells could be heard and Santa appeared bearing gifts for each

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Sports Leaders Year 2 Multi-Skills Festivals

Posted on: December, 12th Dec 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

Last week Woodbridge School Sports Leaders hosted their annual Year 2 multi-skills festival. There was a huge turnout as 120 children from St Mary’s, Woodbridge, Melton and Queens’s house primary schools took part. The day was filled with Christmas cheer as the children all partook in festive themed sporting

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Choral Society and Symphony Orchestra

Posted on: December, 12th Dec 2016

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

Well as it happens this wonderful event had an extra treat for the audience: the Chamber Orchestra expertly reprising from their recent concert Corelli’s Concerto Grosso and the delightfully foot-tappable Libertango by Piazzolla to start.  It was a great way to introduce the evening, and set the scene for the delights to

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Rugby: 1st XV v King’s Ely

Posted on: December, 12th Dec 2016

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

Score: Won 36-7

Woodbridge 1st XV travelled to King’s Ely keen to finish their domestic season on a high. There were a number of forced team changes and this gave an opportunity for members of the Under 16 to step up to wear the 1st XV shirt. Calum Andrews opened the account for Woodbridge,bustling through the KSE

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Woodbridge RAF Cranwell Team

Posted on: December, 9th Dec 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

After months of preparation, scouring aircraft identification manuals, leadership courses, working out in the gym and endless hours practising drill in the rain, the RAF Cranwell competition team led by Cadet WO George Cory set of for RAF Cranwell and the Eastern Area section of the Air Squadron Trophy Competition on Saturday 26

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Equestrian Team Takes Second Place at National Showjumping Competition

Posted on: December, 8th Dec 2016

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

A young Team of Ada Marson (Year 6), Perdi Ludgrove (Year 6), Olivia Lubbock (Year 7) and Fleur Ludgrove (Year 8) really pulled together in the final round to take 2nd Place in the NSEA Plate 75cms Show Jumping Championships at the College Equestrian Centre, Keysoe, Bedfordshire on Saturday 3rd

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Woodbridge School: National Cross Country Champions!

Posted on: December, 8th Dec 2016

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

 

Miss Sanders reports: Three out of our four Cross Country teams travelled up to Liverpool on Friday 2nd December to compete in the ESAA XC National Cup competition. Departing Woodbridge School excitedly, the runners were looking forward to having a night away but it was evident they were anxious about the race the following day – especially as a number of runners had been off school ill during the

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