National Maths success
Posted on: June, 2nd Jun 2021
We are truly delighted that Asmee has been invited to participate in the UK Mathematics Trust Summer School in June. She is one of only 120 students (drawn from Years 10 and 11 across the nation) invited to participate at this high level; we are thrilled that Asmee’s hard work and tremendous talent has beenRead More
Adam Hunt, Head of Chess, receives prestigious appointment from the English Chess Trust
Posted on: November, 20th Nov 2020
Woodbridge School’s Head of Chess and International Master, Adam Hunt, has been asked to lead the mentoring process jointly for the English Chess Trust’s ‘Accelerator Programme’, which is designed to develop the top English junior players for future successes. There are currently eight students on the programme from around theRead More
Year 11 students celebrate outstanding GCSE results
Posted on: August, 21st Aug 2020
GCSE students at Woodbridge School are celebrating their outstanding results on 20th August 2020. Out of 102 GCSE students in total, 68% achieved grades 9-7 (formerly A/A* grades).
Grade 9 was the most common grade of all, with more than a quarter being awarded at this level. More than 95% of all grades were ‘strong passes’ – grades 5 orRead More
Return of Carlow’s Dole
Posted on: February, 20th Feb 2020
Woodbridge School Prep pupils have helped to revive a centuries-old custom at St Mary’s Church – the distribution of loaves on Candlemas Day (2 February) in accordance with the Will of George Carlow.
Pupils before they enjoyed their rolls
So who was he?
Within the precincts of the Bull Hotel in Woodbridge there is a quiet garden with an ancientRead More
New Chairman for the Seckford Foundation
Posted on: January, 23rd Jan 2020
The Board of Governors of the Seckford Foundation has appointed Clive Schlee as its new Chairman.Read More
Michaelmas Term Hockey roundup
Posted on: December, 13th Dec 2019
Woodbridge 1st team vs Ipswich School: win 5-0
Woodbridge started the match in top form, going not one but
two goals up in two minutes. Victoria
scored in the first minute from open play before Clara scored with a follow up
attempt from an experimental penalty corner.
Practice work working perfectly in the
Ms Shona Norman announced as new Head
Posted on: November, 18th Nov 2019
We are thrilled to announce Ms Shona Norman as the new Head of Woodbridge School.
Ms Norman’s appointment comes at the end of a comprehensive and thorough selection process that saw nearly 30 candidates from across the country and abroad apply for the role. The selectionRead More
Open Day 2019 success
Posted on: October, 2nd Oct 2019
The glorious afternoon sun was the ideal backdrop for Woodbridge School’s Open Day. Prospective parents and students were able to delight in a glimpse of all that is on offer with current students acting as proud guides, talking through their own personal experiences and recollections of what makes Woodbridge School soRead More
Woodbridge School’s Young Enterprise Team Make The Headlines
Posted on: March, 20th Mar 2018
A group of our students, a Young Enterprise team, have created a recipe book ‘East Coast Eats’ inspired by local eateries. And word is getting out there!
See link below for the full story:Read More
Woodbridge Jumps into Top 100 Nationwide for Independent School Sport
Posted on: February, 28th Feb 2018
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 especiallyRead More