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.

If your child is starting school in September 2021 and you are interested in Woodbridge Primary, please look at our ‘Virtual Tour’ and our ‘News’ section will give you an idea of all the lovely things that happen at Woodbridge Primary School!

Unfortunately we are unable to allow visitors onto the school site at the moment but we will closely monitor government guidance and will provide details on our website if we feel that our risk assessment allows us to provide short tours outside of school hours.

Happening Today

Nothing from Wednesday, 23 September 2020 to Thursday, 24 September 2020.


Y4 Rounders

Sports, Y4
Year 4 have been playing rounders alot since they started back at school in September. This resulted in a year 4 Intra-Rounders tournament! It was a draw for 1st with Team 2 and 3 winning two games each and amazingly both scoring 49 rounders!
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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 and incorporates the Mole’s Breakfast Club, Ratty’s Lunch-time club and Toad’s Tea-time Clubs, which offer a range of options and activities for both pre-schoolers and school-age children from 8am to 6pm.

Welcome Aboard the Good Ship Woodbridge Primary (listen to our song…)

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