Welcome to Woodbridge Primary School, located close to the River Deben in the beautiful town of Woodbridge, Suffolk. Together with our nursery, Little Willows, we pride ourselves on ‘Teaching more than the Curriculum’. We base our school life around the principles of our 7 Cs: Confidence; Curiosity; Creativity; Consideration; Commitment; Communication and Craftsmanship. We hope our website gives you an insight into our happy community. Please contact us if you require further information or if you need any part of this website as a paper version.

Come and see us!

If you’d like to visit us in person, then please click on the button to see which tours we are currently running. The tours are open to parents and carers of children going into all year groups.

Happening Today

Wednesday, 29 March 2023
  • Cross Country Tournament

    Wednesday, 29 March 2023  8:40 am - 12:45 pm

    Children to bring their P.E. kit, a packed lunch, an extra snack, and a drink bottle.

  • Year 5 Swimming

    Wednesday, 29 March 2023  8:45 am - 10:45 am


World Book Day Information

General News
Dress up for World Book Day & Open Library Session for families World Book Day is just around the corner – on 2nd March – and, to celebrate, we are asking children to come to school dressed as a character from a book that they’ve…
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Making Music with The English National Opera!

General News
Year 5 explore the colour green through percussionWell done to our Year 5’s who participated in a music project called ‘Finish This..’ last term. This project – run by the English National Opera (ENO) – began with the class receiving a mystery pack! In this,…
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Quick Links

Little Willows is the nursery provision at Woodbridge Primary School. It is a 26 place nursery for children aged 3-4 years and offers a morning and afternoon session.

Willow Garden is Woodbridge Primary’s Wrap Around provision which offer a range of options and activities for both pre-schoolers and school-age children from 8am to 6pm.

Stay Safe Online

CEOP protects children from harm online and offline, directly through NCA led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies.

You can report directly to CEOP using this button.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

For NSPCC services and resources and the NSPCC helpline click on the logo