There are seven houses at Ipswich School. Westwood is the boarding house, the other six houses form the basis of our pastoral system in the Middle School
Deciding upon which A Level courses to follow is rarely an easy task. On the one hand it is important that you choose subjects you
Communication between school and home about pupils’ progress takes many forms. There are regular assessments of pupils’ Effort and Achievement and also more detailed written
The Middle School covers Years 9, 10 and 11. Pupils are placed in House-based tutor groups and are taught by subject specialists in all lessons.
School Chaplain: Revd. Holly Crompton-Battersby BA Ipswich School’s historic Christian foundations are evident in its life in a number of ways. The practical and daily concern
Our innovative programme provides students with the skills most important in life, ranging from cooking and financial planning, to study skills and wellbeing. Our Life
The Lower School covers Years 7 and 8. Pupils are taught in form groups for most subjects apart from maths.
Giving pupils the best chance of successful entry into higher education The Sixth Form offers a wide range of A levels, taught by subject specialists
One of the distinguishing features of Ipswich School is the emphasis we place on personal development. We firmly believe that academic success must be complemented
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