Press releases

  • Portrait of Benjamin Britten unveiled at Ipswich School

    In the week commemorating the birth of Suffolk composer Benjamin Britten, Ipswich School celebrated its links with the musician by unveiling a portrait of him in the foyer of the school’s new Music School.

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  • Ipswich courier firm provides school with football sponsorship

    Ipswich School’s first team footballers have a new kit sponsor, thanks to a generous donation by a local business and Ipswich School parent.

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  • Ipswich Prep School pupils ski to success

    Whilst April may be the start of the summer sports seasons in schools, pupils at Ipswich Prep were successfully competing in the Eastern Region Snowsports Association (ERSA) schools’ event at the Suffolk Ski Centre.

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  • Two Ipswich School boys’ hockey teams are crowned county champions

    Two of Ipswich School’s youngest hockey teams have been crowned Suffolk county champions recently – one for the seventeenth year!

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  • Ipswich School Chapel Choir sing live on BBC Radio 4

    Forty pupils from Ipswich School’s Chapel Choir travelled to Manchester at the end of January to sing Choral Evensong at Manchester Cathedral, and also broadcast live on the BBC Radio 4 Daily Service.

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  • Year 6 practise their culinary skills

    Over the course of the Lent Term, for Food Technology project, Year 6 has learned how to bake scones, sampled plain ones, and considered new and different ingredients that might be added to make delicious savoury or low-sugar scones.

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  • First female Chaplain provides care for Ipswich School community

    Ipswich School has welcomed a new Chaplain amongst other new staff to join the school this term.

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  • Ipswich School raises over £11,000 for charity in one term

    Thanks to the generosity of the whole Ipswich School community, over £11,000 was raised during the Michaelmas Term for local, national and international charities.

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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.

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  • 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

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