Another Triumphant Year for the London to Woodbridge Bike Ride

Posted on: June, 26th Jun 2018

In Category: Woodbridge News

Twenty five cyclists on the road, 92 miles each (give or take).  If it were a relay that would be Land’s End to John o’ Groats, and back again, and then over to Woodbridge for good measure!  Now there’s a thought….

What a day it was.  Glorious sunshine and a gentle

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Visit to the Design Museum

Posted on: June, 26th Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Uncategorized

The Year 10 and 12 Design students took a trip to the new Design Museum in Kensington. The students took part in two workshops depending on their design specialty; the 3D students enjoyed a workshop on sustainable materials, whilst the graphic students took part in a workshop focussed on app

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Student Success in Prestigious Peterhouse Vellacott Essay Competition

Posted on: June, 25th Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

James Phelan (Year 12) has been named as one of fifteen winners in the Peterhouse Vellacott Essay Competition, one of the most prestigious national essay competitions open to Year 12 pupils. James chose to pursue his love of the Ancient World by writing an extremely well-researched and scholarly essay

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Year 9 Pupils take part in Royal Academy of Engineering STEM Spy Challenge

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News

A small group of Year 9 pupils had the opportunity to take part in the STEM Spy Challenge, hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The competition is running in ten schools across Suffolk and Norfolk, and the team with the highest score out of the six will continue to the final in the new academic

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Year 1: Maths Investigation

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The children in Year 1 have been taking part in a maths investigation based on the story “One hundred hungry ants”.  They have been finding all the different ways to put a set number of ants into rows of equal lengths.  They have worked collaboratively to solve the problem!

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Year 1 Science: The Earth

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Pre-Prep News

The children worked in small groups researching facts about planet Earth.  They used laptops, books and watched video clips and recorded their findings on a poster.

The children were curious, independent and focused and found out some fascinating facts to share with the class.

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Queen’s House Gardening Club

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Pre-Prep News

This week we emptied our potato grow-bags and revealed masses of large white new potatoes.  Like discovering buried treasure, the children were extremely excited with each potato they unearthed.  They then took them to the kitchens where John very kindly cooked them for lunch the next day.  It has been so exciting to

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U14 Rounders: Next Stop the County Finals

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

Congratulations to the U14 rounders team on their excellent performance in the recent qualifiers held at Ipswich High:

The eight teams were drawn into two pools, and we played Westbourne (winning 7-6), Ipswich High School B (10½-5) and Kesgrave (8½-3), and finishing off with a strong victory in the final against East Bergholt by

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OWs Inspire Year 10 and 12 Pupils With post A Level Design Experiences

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News

On Thursday we had the privilege of welcoming back Caitlin Aitchison, Thomas Chin and Sofia Cassy to the Design department, who spoke to our Year 10 and 12 Design students about their first year studying the subject beyond A Level. All three gave an inspirational talk about their individual experiences at college and

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Woodbridge Launches new Junior Oxbridge Programme – The Fitzgerald Society

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The Fitzgerald Society is Woodbridge School’s new Junior Oxbridge Programme, aimed at intellectual high fliers in Years 10-11 with a zest of knowledge and exploration. Pupils interested may not even be looking to end up at Oxford or Cambridge, but will love thinking and tackling challenging ideas.

There will be a mixture of events and subsidiary

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