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Staff and students celebrate the end of term with Strictly Come Dancing – Ipswich School style!
Staff from across the Senior School put on their sequins and sparkly heels to take part in Ipswich School’s very own version of much-loved TV favourite Strictly Come Dancing – raising money for charity at the same time.
Ipswich School musicians ‘Feel the Spirit’ at Snape
From a fanfare by a massed brass ensemble to a choral performance with five pupil soloists of John Rutter’s Feel the Spirit, the Snape Maltings Concert Hall resounded to the sounds of Ipswich School choirs and orchestras on Thurs 30 April
Ipswich School commemorates Armistice Day
Commemorations for those who died in World War One and all victims of conflict were marked today at Ipswich School, when trumpeters from the school’s orchestra stood on the roof of the library to perform the Last Post.
Ipswich Prep School raises money to open doors
Fundraising efforts by young pupils at Ipswich Preparatory School have boosted a local school’s campaign for their pupils to move more independently around school.
Ipswich School students support Refugee Crisis Appeal
Last Friday (20 November 2015) saw the conclusion of Ipswich School’s Refugee Crisis Appeal, raising money for the Red Cross’s work to assist refugees, and raising awareness of some of the issues facing refugees amongst pupils.
Ipswich School pupils are stars in seventeen sports
Almost 70 Ipswich School pupils who have achieved success in the sporting field had their hard work recognised by the school this week.
Ipswich School climbs the Sunday Times Top Independent Schools List
Ipswich School climbed over 70 places in The Sunday Times’ top 200 independent schools list published in the paper last Sunday (22 November 2015).
Exam congratulations for A level students
One-third of our A level students achieved at least three A grades or above this summer, with over half of all exams receiving A* or A grades. The school's A*-E pass rate was 100%
5…4…3…2…1 Rockets blast off at Rushmere!
Pupils at an Ipswich primary school were preparing for the space-race as they made and tested rockets on the launch pad, thanks to a link-up with Ipswich School’s Physics Department.
A passion for community spirit and learning are focus of Speech Day
Ipswich School's Headmaster, Nicholas Weaver, shared his passion for the power of education at the annual Ipswich School Speech Day at the end of term.