Senior School News

HOCKEY JUNIOR 6 MATCH REPORT

Posted on: October, 29th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

The Junior 6s travelled to Harleston to play Norwich School for their first match of the season – and for some, their first ever hockey match. Although a little nervous, the girls were excited. The team took a few minutes to settle in to the game and understand their positions and job

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NETBALL

Posted on: October, 29th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

U19 South Suffolk tournament
Although we are currently in the hockey term, the South Suffolk round of the National Schools’ Netball Cup is played during October. The U19 team travelled to Rushmere to face strong teams each with their own County, Regional or Maverick Futures players, so it was going to be a tough

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EAST ANGLIAN RUGBY COUNTY CUP

Posted on: October, 18th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

George, Charlie and Gabe were put of the winning Suffolk U17 rugby squad who successfully beat Norfolk and Cambridgeshire to win the East Anglian County Cup, this week.

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WOODBRIDGE YOUTH POETRY FESTIVAL 2018

Posted on: October, 18th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

Sounds of the Soapbox
Wednesday night saw our first evening of poetry performed in the Seckford Theatre as part of the 3rd Woodbridge Youth Poetry Festival. Our now regular poetry friend, Amy Wragg, with fellow artists from Get On The Soapbox, treated us to a wonderfully diverse set performed to a 150 strong

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FITZGERALD SOCIETY TRIP TO THE BRITISH MUSEUM

Posted on: October, 18th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Woodbridge News

       

On Friday 12 October, 25 pupils from Y10 upwards went to the British Museum for the first trip run by Miss Wright, the head of the FitzGerald Society, with the help of Dr Renshaw and Mr Hillman. The FitzGerald Society is a society aimed at intellectual high-fliers in Year Ten and Eleven who may be considering applying to Oxford or Cambridge University in the

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CROSS COUNTRY AT RHS

Posted on: October, 17th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

       

Suffolk Schools Qualifying Race
On a glorious sunny day at RHS, team Woodbridge arrived with 34 boys and 33 girls all in the Woodbridge vests ready to compete against the other 1700 children from 52 schools who had ventured out with a common desire of finishing in the top 50 to earn a place in the next Suffolk

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NATIONAL SCHOOLS’ CROSS COUNTRY CUP

Posted on: October, 17th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

       

County Round
Following on from an extremely successful event on Thursday, anticipation was high for the first round of the National Schools’ Cup. Unlike many other Cross Country races this is a team competition in which the best four runners

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HOCKEY

Posted on: October, 15th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

The U15Bs put on a great display of determination and team play against Finborough recently.  In particular, in the second part of the first half once our team had settled to its task, Emily made some great attacking runs up the pitch and Erin kept things tidy at the

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FOOTBALL

Posted on: October, 15th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News, Sport News

The under fourteens very much enjoyed taking part in their first tournament of the season recently, hosted at Portman Road. Split into two teams, the first group opened their day against Kesgrave A in a hard fought and tiring encounter concentrated in midfield. Kesgrave took an early lead they never

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YEAR 8 TRIP TO FOXBURROW FARM

Posted on: October, 15th Oct 2018

In Category: Senior School News

Unlike previous Year 8s going to the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham, this year’s went to Foxburrow farm where they enjoyed such activities as an invertebrate search, tree study, pond dipping, and a classification mystery animal quiz. Now these activities may not sound like the most fun or interesting things to do but were actually very intriguing and exciting

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