Senior School News

Netball: U15b v Ipswich High

Posted on: February, 27th Feb 2017

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

Score: Won 28-5

The Under 15B team travelled to Ipswich High keen to impress after some close recent games.

Nancy Keitley-Webb, Maddie Walmsley and Kiya Smith were added to the squad after strong performances with the C team. Their selection was certainly a positive one as each of the girls had great games for the

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Rugby: Woodbridge Ist XV v Wycliffe 1st XV Quarter Final Of The National Bowl

Posted on: February, 27th Feb 2017

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

Score: Won 29-14

Right from the off, Woodbridge started to attack from their own 22, but after a lineout error Wycliffe won a free ruck and a drop goal was scored. Woodbridge were unfazed and Wycliffe’s defence was tested after runs from James Brown and James Bellhouse. Woodbridge improved their attacking depth and pulled in their

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RS Trip to Poland

Posted on: February, 27th Feb 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

James Brooks Reflects: From the thriving city centre of Kraków to the heart wrenching plains of Birkenau, the 2017 RS trip to Poland was without a doubt an emotional but worthwhile experience. In addition we all encountered things that maybe we weren’t comfortable with or just down right disgusted

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Year 11 GCSE Evening

Posted on: February, 27th Feb 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Tally at the end of the first evening: one and a half happy endings out of three (the vengeful would argue two) – a fine ratio for fairy tales.  Tally by the end of the second: an unprecedented four and a half out of six.  There was a close shave with

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Grass Roots Qualifier and Regional Points League at The Jays, Bury St Edmunds

Posted on: February, 21st Feb 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

Class 1 – 50cm

The Woodbridge Blue Team came a very well-deserved Second Place overall with 4 excellent clear rounds for this very novice team, including Fran Jackson riding 2 different ponies – Minnie the Minx and Kingsettle Thrysma, who had never competed prior to Saturday’s event, plus a good steady clear from Rosie Hunter Blair on

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Netball: U15B v Ipswich High won 28-5

Posted on: February, 21st Feb 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

The Under 15B team travelled to Ipswich High keen to impress after some close recent games.

Nancy Keitley-Webb, Maddie Walmsley and Kiya Smith were added to the squad after strong performances with the C team. Their selection was certainly a positive one as each of the girls had great games for the

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Suffolk wins Anglian Schools Cross Country Cup

Posted on: February, 7th Feb 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

 

Following our usual practice, Woodbridge pupils arrived at Abington Park, Northampton nice and early so that they could walk the course for the Anglian Schools Cross Country Championships in a relaxed and unhurried way. Despite the well hidden nerves there was plenty of good humour and mutual support with the glorious sunshine and parental support team working its 

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Visit from Ben Parry of national Youth Choirs

Posted on: February, 6th Feb 2017

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

We welcomed Ben Parry, Director of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain, on Thursday this week. Such an invigorating day! It was wonderful to see so much enthusiasm for singing at all age ranges, and a testament to both Maria Williams in the Abbey and Claire Weston (along with the other singing teachers) at the Senior

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Dance Show

Posted on: February, 6th Feb 2017

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

There was such energy, skill, and shared enjoyment on stage this week.  Our dancers, young and old, novice and expert entertained with great panache and a joie de vivre which belied any inexperience or nerves.  From ballet to hip hop, from contemporary to commercial to lyrical, the genres reflected both the music and the characters of the dancers:

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