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In The Press

Woodbridge Jumps into Top 100 Nationwide for Independent School Sport

Posted on: February, 28th Feb 2018

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

Woodbridge School has recently been ranked 51st in the top 100 Independent Schools in the UK in 2017 according to School Sport Magazine.

School Sport Magazine’s exclusive top 100 state and Independent sports schools of the year list reflects competitive achievement in a range of sports throughout the year and honours these schools that take competition especially

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Fantastic Performances at the King Henry VIII Relay Competition

Posted on: February, 26th Feb 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

For the first time the school entered boys’ and girls’ first teams (much the youngest of all teams on show) into the King Henry VIII Cross Country Relay competition, now in its 47th year.

For the boys Nathan Goddard, Kit Evans Lombe, Charlie Turner, Alex Evans Lombe, Chris Long and Ed Rufford completed six 2.53 mile legs of the course in baton

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Intermediate Maths Challenge

Posted on: February, 23rd Feb 2018

In Category: Senior School News

Well done to all those who entered this year’s competition.  In particular many congratulations to Brendan Bennett (best in school with 111 – an extremely high score earning him a place in the Maclaurin extension round), and fellow gold certificate winners Nathan Goddard, Saif Toubasey (best in Year 10), Molly Marshall and Nina Varadarajan (tied best in Year

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Year 10 Photography Trip to Old Jet

Posted on: February, 23rd Feb 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Mr Hutchinson reports: Year 10 had a fantastic photography trip to Rendlesham Air Base (the Old Jet). The base was roamed and the old bomb storage, star wars building, strange lake and an old jet were photographed. The pupils were then split into groups and given the challenge to introduce themselves to the artists and designers in the studios at Old Jet and direct them so that they could create portraits of the artists working in a manner similar to the work of the photographer Colette

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Year 11 – The Trench

Posted on: February, 22nd Feb 2018

In Category: Senior School News

To find hope in hopeless times.  ‘Tis an aspiration devoutly to be wished.  Seven scenes of entombed helplessness left some thirty-odd souls no closer to their personal redemption or salvation, but buried only deeper both physically and metaphorically in the darkness of war.  This was not a jolly evening; but it was a gripping one full of the passion and intensity we have come to expect from our young actors and

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Squashed Tomato Challenge!

Posted on: February, 22nd Feb 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Uncategorized

Junior Science Club

The first week of the ‘Squashed Tomato Challenge’ sees pupils making prototype machines to carry tomatoes down the hills of Nepal.

What exciting development will be seen next week?

Wait and see…

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Wonderful Reviews For The Sound of Music

Posted on: February, 21st Feb 2018

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

Woodbridge School’s performance of The Sound of Music brought out the ‘feel-good factor’ and wowed the audience.

View the online photo gallery and report by the East Anglia Daily Times: http://www.eadt.co.uk/…/woodbridge-school-pupils-give-incre…

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Woodbridge School Athletes Prominent as Suffolk wins Anglian Schools Cross Country Title

Posted on: February, 14th Feb 2018

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

Twelve Woodbridge School athletes represented Suffolk at the annual Anglian Schools Cross Country Championships hosted this year at the Royal Hospital School on Saturday 3 February.

There were four age group races for each of the boys and girls and Suffolk were up against the very best from

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Skiing: British Schoolgirls’ Races in Flaine

Posted on: February, 14th Feb 2018

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

Last weekend, three Woodbridge girls flew out to the French Alps to compete in the annual Schoolgirls’ races. Katherine Bye, Beth Turner and Honor Bartlett raced in three disciplines: Giant Slalom, Parallel Slalom and Slalom against girls from schools as far afield as Glenalmond, St Mary’s Calne and Cheltenham Ladies, as well as the big ski schools of

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The Hills are Truly Alive!

Posted on: February, 14th Feb 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

…And when all was said, sung, and done, the glory of homeland Edelweiss inspired the Austrian hearts to defy those Nasties after all.  The snow fell, the music soared, the mountains called, and Maria saved her Captain and his children!  Hurrah!  I confess, one or two of us in the audience wiped away three or four

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