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Starry success for Ipswich School GCSE students
One of the largest groups of GCSE students in recent years at Ipswich School have achieved a third of exams graded at A*, with 20 pupils achieving at least 7 A* grades or the equivalent.
Pupils are encouraged to follow their passions at Ipswich School Speech Day
Pupils at one of Suffolk’s leading independent schools were encouraged to follow their passions and take all the opportunities offered to them at this year’s Ipswich School Speech Day, held on Friday 7 July.
Ipswich Prep School pupils serve up some super scones
Pupils from Ipswich Prep have teamed up with local coffee shop Applaud to come up with an exciting new scone recipe to be sold in the cafe.
African Children’s Choir to bring their inspirational music to Ipswich School
Prepared to be charmed by the inspirational young voices of the African Children’s Choir next month, as their latest tour brings them to Ipswich School, with concerts for school children and members of the public.
Ipswich School goes the whole (hedge)hog!
Gardeners at Ipswich School are doing their bit to help Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s campaign to make Ipswich the most hedgehog friendly town in the UK.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury speaks at annual service
Pupils and staff from Ipswich School were delighted to welcome former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Williams of Oystermouth, to the school’s annual Commemoration of Benefactors Service this week.
Ipswich School raises over £3800 for Macmillan Cancer Support
Pupils, staff and the school community at Ipswich School raised £3,891 for Macmillan Cancer Support during the autumn, and were delighted to present this amount to the charity this week.
Primary pupils enjoy Ipswich School Maths Challenge
Young mathematicians from ten Ipswich Primary Schools put their thinking caps on last week as they battled it out to win the Ipswich School Maths Challenge event.
Drama students help hospital patients feel better
Ipswich School’s Community Service Drama students are working on an exciting new project this term, in conjunction with Ipswich Hospital and a dementia charity, Kissing It Better.
Changes to the board of governors at Ipswich School
The new year sees changes to the board of governors at Ipswich School.