A fond farewell for Year 13 Class of 2021

A fond farewell for Year 13 Class of 2021

For our Sixth Form Class of 2021, all of whom have left a unique mark on our school, the past two years have been both academically and emotionally demanding, with much of their learning taking place remotely, restricted social opportunities and final A-level examinations replaced by Teacher Assessed Grades. Yet despite these challenges, this group of young individuals have shown remarkable maturity, perseverance and resilience, and continue to set a superb example to the younger students.

Therefore, to mark the end of their Bridgewater journey, a truly personal final assembly was enjoyed, followed by a celebratory lunch on the front lawn, supported by their Lower Sixth peers. A wonderful occasion and a farewell befitting their achievements.

Well done to all our leavers, we wish you every success at university and beyond, and look forward to sharing news of your ongoing accomplishments.

We believe that individuals count. So we are interested in what makes us all different. Not just what makes us the same.

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