Senior School News
From Artefact to Art
Posted on: October, 9th Oct 2020
We are delighted that the School has achieved significant success in the national ‘Artefact to Art Competition’, for the third year running. Although there were far fewer prizes available this year than normal, owing to the COVID situation, we captured two out of the six on offer.
Year 10’s James is the winner of the 11-14s short storyRead More
Economics finalist announced in the ‘John Locke Essay Competition 2020’
Posted on: September, 9th Sep 2020
Woodbridge School is celebrating Year 12 pupil Josh being shortlisted in the prestigious ‘John Locke Essay Competition 2020’, in the Economics section, with his chosen topic What is the socially efficient level of crime in a society
A special prize-giving ceremony will be held in Oxford in the Autumn to announce the winners andRead More
And they’ve done it!
Posted on: June, 22nd Jun 2020
And they've done it! 200km and a couple of pints have seen them through! Thanks so much to everyone who has donated so far and for the team who came to meet Mr Streat and Mr Garvie and bring them in toRead 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
Suffolk County Cross Country Championship
Posted on: January, 7th Jan 2020
Gold medals, selection for Inter Counties and
selection for the London Mini Marathon: these were some of the highlights from performances of twelve
Woodbridge School athletes, including a contingent of five from Woodbridge
way to bring the festive holiday to an abrupt end is to enter and compete in
the County Cross Country Championship two days before returning to
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
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Posted on: July, 3rd Jul 2019
setting, atmosphere, and of course one of the most delightful plays ever
written. How lucky we were to be transported to Greece and enchantment at
the hands of Year 9.
So here’s a play about
courtship, or rivalry, or jealousy, or passion, or magic, or
Sports Day 2019
Posted on: June, 28th Jun 2019
So… Birmingham is to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games…. I think we should invite the organising committee over to see how to put on a show. If you want feel good and friendly, mixed with passion and high performance, look no further than Woodbridge School sports day!
It was a glorious occasion from the off (which of course was in some respects the weekend prior thanks to the middle distance raceRead More
Woodbridge Pupil Wins Prestigious Trinity Law Essay Competition
Posted on: May, 21st May 2019
Many, many congratulations to
Chris Long who has just won first prize in the Trinity Law Essay Competition.
This is an exceptionally prestigious competition, with extremely high
standards, and it is a simply outstanding result on his part. His
task was to write a response to the question: ‘What is
wrong with bribery and
In Memory of Nicholas Garrett
Posted on: May, 19th May 2019
It is with great sadness that we must inform you of the death of Nicholas Garrett who passed away earlier this week. Nick was the very much loved Master of the Abbey from 1997 to 2015. He was appointed from St Andrew’s School, Eastbourne, and after leaving Woodbridge became Headmaster of a school in AbuRead More