General News

In Memory of Nicholas Garrett

Posted on: May, 19th May 2019

In Category: General News, OW News, OW News, Pre-Prep News, Prep News, Senior School News, Woodbridge News, Woodbridgian Weekly

It is with great sadness that we must inform you of the death of Nicholas Garrett who passed away earlier this week. Nick was the very much loved Master of the Abbey from 1997 to 2015. He was appointed from St Andrew’s School, Eastbourne, and after leaving Woodbridge became Headmaster of a school in Abu

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NATIONAL HOCKEY VICTORY

Posted on: March, 7th Mar 2018

In Category: General News, Senior School News, Sport News, Woodbridge News, Woodbridgian Weekly

After all the snow, Woodbridge School was finally able to host The Skinners’ School in the second round of the National U18 Plate Competition.  Woodbridge dominated the opening minutes but could not capitalise in creating a clear cut chance.  Momentum slowly started to shift as Skinners’ grew in confidence, but player of the

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RAF CRANWELL

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

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

Izaac reports:

‘On Sunday 21 January, thirteen teammates and I competed in the annual RAF Competition held at RAF Honington. I’m very pleased to say that we achieved 8th place in the overall standings of the competition and most notably 1st place in the Drill section of the competition and 2nd place in the fitness

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VOLUNTEERING IN KATHMANDU

Posted on: January, 31st Jan 2018

In Category: Charity, General News, Woodbridge News, Woodbridgian Weekly

OW Tess Bryson writes:

‘I have independently organised (not through university or via a charity), to go to Maya Universe Academy for all of July to help tutor children in English, teach them sport and help the construction team to improve the facilities of the school. The Academy, situated near

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The Truth is Out There….

Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2017

In Category: General News, Prep News

The Pupils of The Abbey made an awe inspiring discovery today. Mr Lewis, the school caretaker, was digging in the school grounds over the weekend when he found something quite astounding. This morning the children got the chance to see ‘The Hole’ for themselves. As they looked at the strange red lights emanating from a hole on the edge of the Abbey grounds their imaginations exploded into overdrive with ideas about underground

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SPEECH DAY

Posted on: September, 21st Sep 2017

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

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Woodbridge Takes Third Place in Exercise Combat Cadet

Posted on: March, 20th Mar 2017

In Category: General News, Senior School News

Woodbridge pupils came third overall in Exercise Combat Cadet over the weekend.  We were able to win a Gold Medal and the Best CCF trophy in addition.

Exercise Combat Cadet is the annual competition held by 7 Infantry Brigade (aka The Desert Rats) allowing 20 teams (of 9 cadets) from all over their area of

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Equestrian ODE Sunday 19 March Running Times

Posted on: March, 17th Mar 2017

In Category: General News, Uncategorized

Please find details of the running times for the event here

The programme is available here

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New Head of The Abbey & Queen’s House

Posted on: March, 7th Mar 2017

In Category: General News, Pre-Prep News, Woodbridge News

We are delighted to announce Nicola Mitchell as our new Head of The Abbey & Queen’s House from September 2017. Nicola is currently Deputy Head at Orley Farm School, a large prep school in North London, where she was previously Deputy Head (Academic) and Head of Pre-prep. Before that she taught at Edge Grove School where she

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Intermediate Maths Challenge

Posted on: March, 2nd Mar 2017

In Category: General News, Senior School News

Congratulations to our mathematicians on another fine haul of certificates in this year’s Intermediate Maths Challenge, a challenge sat by thousands of pupils across the country.

Top this year for us was Brendan Bennett with a very impressive score of 106, earning him a place in the top follow-on competition for Year 10s

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