Beware the dangers of swimming in canals in hot weather!

Children are frequently warned about the dangers of swimming in canals and quarries in the hot weather….looks like someone needs to get the message out there to the local wildlife!

Not to be outdone by his wife’s rescue of Luciano The Cat last week, MR Johnson was out walking Sherlock (their dog) alongside the canal in Worsley and came across a deer that had fallen into the canal in an attempt to cool down in the recent hot weather. To Sherlock’s immense dismay (he hates water!), Mr Johnson jumped into the canal to try and help the deer. By steering it towards some nearby canal boats, and with the aid of another couple of onlookers, they managed to get it out of the water and off it scampered without a ‘by your leave’ or ‘a grateful thank you’ to its rescuers…some deers are just plain rude!! Needless to say a very unhappy Sherlock had his walk cut short to accompany a very soggy, slightly ‘wiffy’, owner home!

Life lessons from geese

Life lessons we can learn from geese

Inspiration for last week’s Senior assembly came from above as Mr Amin demonstrated the valuable life lessons to be learnt from the humble goose.  1. Achieving together Geese can get

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Escape Box at Bridgewater Sixth Form

Escape Box provides new team-building experience for Sixth Formers

Bridgewater School Sixth Form is a time to share ambitions, laughter and ideas with like-minded people, learning to work together, achieve together and be part of a team. Here we

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Bridgewater School Open Day 2 November 2019

Whole School Open Day 2nd November 2019

  Whole School Open Day Saturday 2nd November 2019, 10am-2pm Whether your child joins us at the very start of their learning journey in EYFS, as a Prep School pupil

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Sixth Form Open Evening 8th October 2019

  Sixth Form Open Evening 8th October 2019, from 6pm Here at Bridgewater School, we believe that Sixth Form is the time to truly focus on who you are and

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