Senior School News

Art Transcends Experience: 2019 Dance Show

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2019

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

When art transcends experience it is at its best.

Just dance; no words, save for lyrics.

And yet every time a story told more powerfully for the singularity of medium.  We experienced the dance, but we lived the emotions,  expressed through a floating

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Honor Wins Bronze for GB in Andorra in First International Competition

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2019

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

Huge congratulations to Honor who has received a bronze medal for Giant Slalom in the Trofeu Borrufa in Andorra today, at her very first international competition representing Great Britain. What an achievement!

 

 

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Year 10 FitzGerald Trip to Cambridge for College Open Day

Posted on: January, 25th Jan 2019

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

On Friday 18 January, Year 10 pupils had the opportunity to visit Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge for a Year 10 Open Day. The day included a talk about the Cambridge admissions process, a tour of the college, lunch in Hall, and sample lectures and activities. These included a discussion about plague and the opportunity to do a scientific

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Honor Selected for GB Children’s Race at AlpeCimbra

Posted on: January, 21st Jan 2019

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

Congratulations to Honor who having put in an incredibly strong performance at the selection races in January, and winning the U14 ladies races at the Ambition Races and the Evolution Speed Races, has again been selected to represent Great Britain at Alpe Cimbra in March. This is a huge achievement as this is the competition in which the very best skiiers from the 45 key ski countries take

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Pupils Create Artworks For University Artefacts to Art Competition

Posted on: January, 17th Jan 2019

In Category: Senior School News

Following on from last year’s successes in the University of Leicester’s Artefact to Art competition, pupils in Year 7-9 Latin have been busy creating their own artistic re-interpretations of artefacts from Roman Britain. The competition allows pupils to submit poetry, short stories or art. As well as some very fine creative

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14 Y13 Students Awarded Level 3 Sports Leadership Awards

Posted on: January, 17th Jan 2019

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

Congratulations to the following Y13 students who have achieved their level 3 qualification in sports leadership: Eleanor, Ellie, Mollie, Matty, James, Jess, Dom, Thea, Ben, Ella, Flora, Sam, Georgia and Lily.

In addition, Eleanor, James and Sam have been recognised for their volunteering hours and awarded a Spirit of Leadership

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Suffolk Schools Cross Country Trial Sees Woodbridge Triumph

Posted on: January, 15th Jan 2019

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

On Thursday 10 January Woodbridge School played host to the third and final Suffolk Schools Cross Country trial.

Trials commenced in October, with almost 1800 athletes from 62 schools competing for a position in the team to represent Suffolk at the Anglian Schools in February and perhaps even England Schools in

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Evelyn’s Merry Jingles Song Raises Several Hundred Pounds for Salvation Army

Posted on: January, 11th Jan 2019

In Category: Charity, Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Evelyn’s Father reports:
By way of quick update, Evelyn raised several hundred pounds for the Salvation Army this year, thanks in part to some very kind donations from the Woodbridge School community.  In all, Evelyn was able to buy presents for 40 people who were homeless and/or lonely this Christmas and who celebrated Christmas Day with the Salvation Army in New

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Music Examination Results Reflect Pupils’ Talent

Posted on: January, 11th Jan 2019

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

Congratulations to all those who took either Trinity or Associated Board Music Exams at the end of last term. We had a wonderful set of results that reflects the huge levels and breadth of talent within the school. Particular congratulations to the following who achieved with a merit or distinction in their exam:

Khushi (Y9)  – grade 2 piano with merit
Sophie (Y8)  – grade 3 piano with distinction
Ianthe (Y11) – grade 7 violin with distinction
Ianthe (Y11)

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