We begin this project with some photos and artefacts from the 1940s, 50s and 60s and hope these will be of interest to many of our OWs, but we do also intend to develop it further and add more recent decades too. If you are an OW with school photos of your own that could be added to our collection, then please do get in touch with us: call the Development Office on 01394 615163.
We are proud of our long history and how the teaching and learning here at Woodbridge School has developed over time: if you would like to visit the School for a ‘trip down memory lane’, then we will be delighted to welcome you back. We have occasional visitors who pop in, often for the first time in 50 years or more, who marvel at how the School has developed.
One recent visitor returned to see the School for the first time in nearly 60 years, and afterwards wrote:
“Thank you for making my visit back to Woodbridge so memorable. It was so kind of you to take the time to give my wife and I such a comprehensive tour of the School. It was interesting to see the inside of Queens House and to see how much everything had changed. Who would have thought that “Basher” Lewis’s sitting room would ever be occupied by pre-prep children? I was only allowed in that end of the house if I was in trouble!”
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We have made the best effort to adhere to all known copyright, but due to the age of some of the records and photos it has not always been possible to establish rights owners. Requests for removal of digital records from this website should be sent to MChew@seckford-foundation.org.uk .