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ALMSHOUSES CAROL SERVICE

Posted on: December, 14th Dec 2018

In Category: Prep News

Our Year 6 Chamber Choir visited the Seckford Almshouses, where they sang Christmas songs and carols to the residents. The children really enjoyed chatting with the residents and singing some of their favourite Christmas songs. All of the residents joined in with the singing, which was wonderful to see. The children were brilliant representatives for the

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Hockey

HOCKEY

Posted on: December, 14th Dec 2018

In Category: Prep News

QE vs TS
Juno hasn’t played GK all term, but decided to help her House TS out by playing GK.  QE kept attacking the goal with many good crosses by Sasha and Georgia, but Juno saved them all.

TM vs WS
Sadly I was injured so I couldn’t play for

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FOOD TECH

Posted on: December, 14th Dec 2018

In Category: Prep News

Year 3 and Year 4 have been busy decorating their mince pie cakes and getting into the festive spirit.  After making their cakes in Week One they froze them and were very excited in Week Two to be able to decorate them.  The children rolled out icing and dyed it different colours as they produced their

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CHESS

Posted on: December, 14th Dec 2018

In Category: Prep News

Congratulations to Rowan and Georgia, who won the Woodbridge Junior Open Under 10 and Under 12 titles respectively on Sunday. Rowan scored 5.5/6 and Georgia 5/6. There was a very strong Abbey participation, with a lot of students playing their first tournament. These included Mariella, Tristan and Arthur (who both came equal third in the Under 8

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KITCHEN CHEMISTRY

Posted on: December, 6th Dec 2018

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

School pupils have been inspired into science with an exciting, interactive Kitchen Chemistry show presented by Dr Stephen Ashworth from the University of East Anglia (UEA). Over 240 pupils from St Mary’s Primary School in Woodbridge, Woodbridge Primary School, Waldringfield Primary School, South Lee School and Kyson Primary School enjoyed the

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FOREST SCHOOL FOR FAMILIES SESSION

Posted on: November, 30th Nov 2018

In Category: Prep News

Last Saturday morning we enjoyed playing games, honing our whittling skills, making miniature fires to toast our marshmallows and jumping in the leaf piles! Thanks to the families and parents that came along to make it such a great morning.

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ART COMPETITION

Posted on: November, 30th Nov 2018

In Category: Prep News

“View From The Loo” Competition

In an attempt to brighten up the toilet areas and cloakrooms around The Abbey, Mrs.Parker launched an Art competition before half term; “View from the Loo”.
Thank you to everyone who went to the effort to create a piece of art for display around the

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SWITCH OFF FORTNIGHT

Posted on: November, 30th Nov 2018

In Category: Prep News

This term the Eco-Committee have carried out a survey to see where we could improve as a school. We decided to look at how we could improve the outside area of the school, biodiversity, nature and our energy usage.

Last week was the start of Switch Off Fortnight and the Eco-Committee looked around the school to see how energy was being

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RUGBY CLUB NEWS

Posted on: November, 26th Nov 2018

In Category: Prep News

Aston, Ike and Sam have represented the Woodbridge Rugby Club at various age levels, and continue to excel. They are part of the U10s team that won a place to play in the Prima Cup played at Leicester Tigers, Welford Road ground. We had won this place to play in the Prima Cup several weeks ago at a festival in

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YEAR 4 GEOGRAPHY TRIP

Posted on: November, 26th Nov 2018

In Category: Prep News

Last Thursday Year 4 went to look at the River Deben as part of their Geography local study. The day started down at Felixstowe where we looked at the shingle bar that marks the mouth of the river, observed the sea defences and completed a 10 minute beach clean. Walking inland along the sea wall we saw how the channel narrowed and saw large rocks that had come all the way from Norway to protect the

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