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Senior School News

End of Year Art and Design Shows

Posted on: July, 5th Jul 2018

In Category: Senior School News

Good heavens – oh to be imaginative and creative!  And to have the opportunity to express that in an environment which encourages experimentation, vitality, a lack of any sense of boundary, and yet the highest of standards.  Welcome to the Art and the Design departments of Woodbridge School!

A couple of weeks back I was overawed by the Art department’s examination

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Oliver’s Success with England Hockey Team

Posted on: July, 5th Jul 2018

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

Congratulations to Oliver Juszt who has just returned from completing a series win over Germany this weekend, playing for the England U18 Hockey team, this all despite still being an under sixteen!  Indeed it was his string of exceptional performances as the number 1 shirt for the England U16 team over the season (against The

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A Comedy of Errors – Shakespeare on the Lawn was Never Better

Posted on: July, 5th Jul 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

The ‘errors’ were all written into the script (quite deliberately of course; this is, after all, Shakespeare) – for there were none delivered by the cast.  What a show! Slick, snappy, scintillating! And such fun for audience and players alike, methinks. Dromio, oh Dromio, which one was thou, Dromio?  Not to mention

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Royal Navy Cadets head to Overnight Camp

Posted on: July, 3rd Jul 2018

In Category: Senior School News

Thursday evening saw our Royal Navy cadets heading to Rendlesham forest for our overnight camp. The great weather made the night exercises all the more enjoyable. On Friday morning following a series of leadership tasks in the forest our cadets travelled to Alton Water to do sailing and windsurfing and to Cattawade to canoe on the River

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Suffolk Schools’ Regatta

Posted on: July, 3rd Jul 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

Last Thursday 14 sailors from Woodbridge School took place in the annual Suffolk Schools Regatta held at Alton Water. Completing in a wide range of different fleets all our sailors performed well in an event that attracts several hundred sailors from schools around Suffolk. Congratulations to Freddie Simpson who achieved 3rd in the RS Tera fleet and who also won the trophy for the best hired

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U15 Rounders: We did it again, County Champions!

Posted on: July, 3rd Jul 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

A big day at Ormiston last Thursday: the Suffolk Finals! Hosts Ormiston Sudbury were our first opponents: victory! 10½ to 6½ with some fantastic rounders being scored and some great work in the field.  We then played Farlingaye and again dominated to win 6-3½ with Victoria Burrows bowling intelligently and Annie

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Sports Day: A record Breaking Day, for Breaking Records!

Posted on: July, 3rd Jul 2018

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

Well, if you thought London 2012 was a half decent show, then you’d have enjoyed Wednesday enormously!

What a day we had of it: top notch athletics in glorious technicolour under azure skies and in front of the keenest of audiences.  It was quite simply outstanding, and will be given a little more space next week once we’ve had a chance to catch our

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Visit to the Design Museum

Posted on: June, 26th Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Uncategorized

The Year 10 and 12 Design students took a trip to the new Design Museum in Kensington. The students took part in two workshops depending on their design specialty; the 3D students enjoyed a workshop on sustainable materials, whilst the graphic students took part in a workshop focussed on app

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Student Success in Prestigious Peterhouse Vellacott Essay Competition

Posted on: June, 25th Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

James Phelan (Year 12) has been named as one of fifteen winners in the Peterhouse Vellacott Essay Competition, one of the most prestigious national essay competitions open to Year 12 pupils. James chose to pursue his love of the Ancient World by writing an extremely well-researched and scholarly essay

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Year 9 Pupils take part in Royal Academy of Engineering STEM Spy Challenge

Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2018

In Category: Senior School News

A small group of Year 9 pupils had the opportunity to take part in the STEM Spy Challenge, hosted by the Royal Academy of Engineering. The competition is running in ten schools across Suffolk and Norfolk, and the team with the highest score out of the six will continue to the final in the new academic

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