Five Woodbridge Athletes Represent Suffolk at South of England Inter Cross Country

Posted on: December, 15th Dec 2017

In Category: Sport News, Uncategorized, Woodbridge News

Mr Goddard reports:

Last Saturday five Woodbridge School Athletes represented Suffolk County (as opposed to Suffolk Schools) at the South of England Inter County Cross Country in Oxford.

Amy Goddard finished mid field in the U13 girls race, and as fourth home of the eight Suffolk

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Woodbridge Riders Crowned Suffolk Champions

Posted on: December, 15th Dec 2017

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

Despite freezing conditions at The Jays, Bury St Edmunds on Saturday 9 December; the Woodbridge School riders excelled at all levels to land three County Titles in Show Jumping.
The younger team of Sophia, Eve  (9) (both still at the Abbey) with team mates Lily and Alex did faultless rounds to be narrowly beaten into 2nd place in the 70cms Show Jumping NSEA Suffolk County

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Senior Kangaroo Mathematics

Posted on: December, 15th Dec 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Many congratulations to William Emery, John Xu and Brendan Bennett on their certificates for some very good solutions in the Senior Kangaroo, the international extension paper those who do extremely well in the national mathematics competition are invited to sit.

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Exciting Changes in the Art Department

Posted on: December, 13th Dec 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

This term has been very exciting one for the art department; three new members of staff have joined the department (Miss Ross, Mrs Parker and Mr Holden), the students have studied a new curriculum, new extra-curricular initiatives have been set up and the students have loved the new computer and photographic

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Michaelmas Showcase Concert

Posted on: December, 12th Dec 2017

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

Such range; such scope; such skills on show.  The concert began with a richly deserved encore of Holst’s St Paul’s Suite by the Chamber Orchestra, played recently and so beautifully at the Library Chamber Soirée.  A joyful dance of a piece with Asian cadences to supplement the English folk.  Glorious

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Year 1 Colchester Zoo Trip

Posted on: December, 8th Dec 2017

In Category: Pre-Prep News

As part of their ‘Polar’ topic the Year One children enjoyed a day out at Colchester Zoo.  They took part in the Penguin Experience where they found out some fascinating facts about penguins and had the chance to watch these incredible animals being fed.  The children had a ride on the Madagascar

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Christmas in Reception

Posted on: December, 8th Dec 2017

In Category: Pre-Prep News

Reception children have learnt all about the story of the nativity this week. They took on various roles and re-enacted the story, remembering lots of detail and adding their own interpretations! Following that they did some carol singing which Matron and the Year 1s enjoyed. The children have loved buying and selling in the Christmas market role play

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Christmas Carols at the Almshouses

Posted on: December, 8th Dec 2017

In Category: Prep News

Today our Year 6 Chamber Choir visited the Seckford Almshouses, where they sang Christmas songs and carols to the residents. The children really enjoyed interacting with the residents and singing some of their favourite Christmas songs. All of the residents joined in with the singing, which was wonderful to

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Woodbridge Junior Chess Open

Posted on: December, 7th Dec 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Over 60 competitors from across the country played on Sunday in the 17th edition of the Woodbridge Junior Chess Open. The Under 8 section was won by Aayush Dewangan from Maidenhead, but the Woodbridge champion, playing in his first tournament was Lade Laguda. Charlie Williams also performed with great credit in this

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Woodbridge Success in the Classical Association Artefact2art Competition

Posted on: December, 6th Dec 2017

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The Classical Association is a national body which represents Classicists from universities and schools. They recently held a competition, in which pupils had to write a poem or create a piece of visual art inspired by an original artefact from the Greek or Roman world. With considerably over two hundred entries from schools across the

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