Press releases

  • Pupils encouraged to be kind at Ipswich School Speech Day

    Being kind was the theme that ran through this year’s Ipswich School Speech Day, held on the School Field on Henley Road at the beginning of July.

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  • Ipswich School former pupils visit Elmer Armstrong for 50 year celebrations

    Elmer Armstrong welcomed a crowd of former pupils to Ipswich School recently – celebrating over 50 years since they left the school.

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  • Prep pupils enjoy World Baking Day 2019

    Ipswich Prep School pupils celebrated World Baking Day 2019 yesterday (Friday 17 May) with their very own Great Prep Bake Off! Children in Nursery and Reception took part in creating some delicious treats.

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  • Founding Futures campaign aims to improve educational opportunities in Ipswich

    A campaign to improve educational opportunities in Ipswich was launched on Friday 10 May by Ipswich School.

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  • Pupils perform at Snape Maltings

    A tribute to Aretha Franklin, songs from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat and a Spanish flamenco played on the harp were just some of the highlights of this year’s Ipswich School Spring Concert.

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  • Two Ipswich School hockey teams reach national finals

    Two of Ipswich School’s boys’ hockey teams will be competing in the national indoor hockey finals this weekend – taking the school to the national stage once again.

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  • The Lodge Day Nursery celebrates first birthday

    The Lodge Day Nursery in Ivry Street celebrated its first birthday this week, with a delicious homemade cake, singing and reading a favourite book 'Happy Birthday Spot'.

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  • Ipswich School confirms purchase of Anglesea Heights complex in Ipswich

    Ipswich School is delighted to confirm that it has purchased the Anglesea Heights complex from Bupa.

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  • Remembrance Doves memorial artwork vandalised

    Staff at Ipswich School were very disappointed to find that the Remembrance Doves memorial artwork at the front of the school on Henley Road in Ipswich was vandalised over the weekend of 15-16 December.

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  • Little Shop of Horrors doesn’t scare Ipswich School drama students

    An energetic performance of the classic musical Little Shop of Horrors was staged at Ipswich School last week, by a cast from Years 10 to 13.

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