A Co-educational Independent School in Suffolk for ages 4 to 18

Queen’s House. The pre-prep department of Woodbridge School. We provide a bright, vibrant and friendly environment for pupils aged 4-7.
The Abbey. The prep department of Woodbridge School. A happy and caring school, providing an excellent all-round education for pupils aged 7-11.
Senior School. A thriving, forward-looking and talented educational community providing excellence in education for pupils aged 11-18.
Senior School
Sixth Form. Large enough to give curriculum choice and flexibility - small enough to know everybody and give individual guidance. With its own dedicated modern facility.
Sixth Form

Trinity Term Dates

Calendars detailing the wide range of School activities are available here.


After School Club

Request Place

An after school club, T Club, is available for all pupils at Queen’s House and The Abbey.


Upcoming Open Days

Experience a day in the life of one of Suffolk’s Top Independent Schools.

Next Open Day: Whole School Open Day on Saturday 26 September 2015 at 10.00 am


Bus Routes

Woodbridge School operates 9 school bus services, all of which drop off at, and collect from, the Senior School and The Abbey.


Woodbridge News

Outstanding GCSE results at Woodbridge School

Thu 20th August 2015

This year’s GCSE results are the best for many years. 55.1% of GCSEs were awarded at A* and A grades and just under a quarter of all GCSE grades were A*. 61% of students obtained one A* or more in their GCSEs. 40% of students obtained the equivalent of at least all A grades and ten students obtained more than 8


Outstanding A level results

Thu 13th August 2015

Students and staff at Woodbridge School are celebrating outstanding A level results this summer with the highest percentage of A* grades ever and one of the best sets of results in many years. Of the 91 students that sat A Level exams this year, 87% achieved A*-C grades. Over a quarter of students secured at least three A or A* grades with the average points per candidate across the whole year the equivalent of better than three A


President’s Blog: August 2015

Wed 12th August 2015

Any OW returning to Woodbridge must find it a confusing experience. So much appears to have changed and even those bits which remain recognizable are never quite the same. Almost every decade marks out its offspring by changes to the general topography – subtle and not so subtle. Here’s what I