The meaning behind the doves

Doves are very much associated with peace, but during the Great War many birds, including doves and pigeons, were used to transfer messages from headquarters

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Thursday Afternoon Activities

The emphasis that Ipswich School places on personal as well as academic development is what makes us stand out from the crowd. Thursday afternoon offers

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Ipswich School Co-curricular

Interview with Imogen Parry

On a cold Monday evening in January, Imogen Parry (aka Midge) returned to Ipswich School to answer my questions, wearing the biggest smile. She is

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Co-Curricular Catch Up

The latest news, stories and pictures from Mrs Boyle, Director of Co-Curriculum Over the years our co-curricular provision at Ipswich School has grown and offered

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Community Service

In Years 10 and 11 the focus is on offering service; this can be undertaken in Ipswich School’s Combined Cadet Force or in one of

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Duke of Edinburgh Award

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award has been designed to enable a young person to develop in mind, body and soul, in a non-competitive environment.  Its

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Trips

Pupils may join a wide range of trips at both home and abroad. Academic trips include trips to France, Germany, Russia and Spain, and a

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Clubs

Opportunities for personal development are built into a pupil’s experience at all levels of the school. Every pupil is encouraged to join a range of

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