‘Junkyard Samba Challenge’ Compilation
Posted on: March, 1st Mar 2021
We are now delighted to share with you the fantastic, fun and slightly eccentric results of our recent ‘Junkyard Samba Challenge’, which seemed a hit with both staff and students alike!
Such great creativity and well done to you all for embracing the challenge and making some truly uniqueRead More
‘Feel Good Fridays’!
Posted on: February, 16th Feb 2021
It has been lovely to see so many of our CCF Cadets throwing themselves into the Friday afternoon challenges that have been posted on itslearning, and Years 7 and 8 joining in with games.
Now, we would like to encourage our whole School community to get involved, by joining in with ‘Feel GoodRead More
Woodbridge Junkyard Samba Challenge!
Posted on: January, 18th Jan 2021
18th January 2021
We thought that it would be great to get CREATIVE this lockdown period and hereby challenge the whole Woodbridge School community to help us to create a JUNKYARD SAMBA COMPOSITION!
We want students, parents, teachers, office staff, Governors and alumni alike to join in and help us to make a community composition – just for the sheer fun ofRead More
Woodbridge School Prep launches new ‘Takeaways’ taster lessons
Posted on: December, 19th Dec 2020
18th December 2020
Woodbridge School Prep has put together a series of 13 taster lessons – called ‘Takeaways’ – which it has filmed and placed on its website, for any parents to be able to enjoy with their children during the Christmas holidays.
Parents can look at the ‘menu’ of taster lessons on a dedicated section of the Woodbridge SchoolRead 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
Woodbridge School launches new charitable Christmas campaign – #Woodbridge4Woodbridge Challenge – to support Home-Start in Suffolk and promote mental wellbeing
Posted on: November, 9th Nov 2020
9th November 2020
In the run-up to Christmas, pupils and staff at Woodbridge School – from both the town’s Senior and Prep Schools – have set themselves a new #Woodbridge4Woodbridge Challenge. The aim is to cover as many miles as possible over a two-week period, from today [9th November 2020] to 20th NovemberRead More
Woodbridge School Prep launches new ‘Mindful Moments’
Posted on: November, 5th Nov 2020
5 November 2020
To view Woodbridge School Prep’s ‘Mindful Moments’ videos, visit the YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/woodbridgeschool
As England enters a second COVID lockdown period, Woodbridge School Prep has today [Thursday 5 November 2020] launched a new ‘Mindful Moments’ campaign. The School will be making a range of ‘Mindful Moments’ videos publicly available on its YouTube channel and across social media – featuring simple-to-follow MindfulnessRead More
COVID-19 – Key worker childcare provision
Posted on: March, 20th Mar 2020
Following on from my letter of last week, the Government has now clarified the most recent scientific advice on how to further limit the spread of COVID-19. If children can stay safely at home, they should, to limit the chance of the virus spreading.
That is why the government has asked parents to keep their children atRead More
Posted on: March, 19th Mar 2020
Further to the Government announcement concerning school closures I write to confirm that Woodbridge School will move fully to remote learning with effect from Monday 23 March until further notice. More detailed information will be issued by Mr Hayward-Bradley and Mrs Mitchell in the next 24 hours in relation to the specifics of how this will work for both the Senior
Coronavirus – Update
Posted on: March, 16th Mar 2020
Since my last communication and the government announcement on
Friday, a number of pupils and families have taken the precaution to self
isolate following an assessment of their symptoms. We are dynamically risk assessing each case and the risk of exposure to our wider community and can confirm that to date there are no tested confirmed