Bridgewater and Broadoak Primary School join together to solve the crime!

Bridgewater School welcomed Year 6 pupils from nearby Broadoak School, Worsley today for an afternoon of science fun! Using an array of science equipment and CSI techniques, children had to solve the theft of the school trophies. Plenty of black fingermarks followed on from producing a set of finger prints, whilst others concentrated on gathering evidence and dusting for the perpetrators fingerprints. White lab coats on and it was time to test the trace samples from the scene of the crime using a bunsen burner and microscopes in our labs.

Bridgewater entrance exam 25th January 2019

Senior School Entrance Exam 31st January 2020

As a student preparing for Senior School. continuing their learning journey at Bridgewater School will help them to develop a real sense of who they are and exactly what they

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Anti Bullying Week 2019

Celebrating our differences for Anti-Bullying Week

Last week’s Anti-Bullying assembly was an important reminder of the significant impact that bullying has on a child’s life and our collective responsibility to make it stop. To help raise

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Bridgewater Artist of the Month Oct 19

Artist of the Month October 2019

Last month an abundance of artistic talent was on display across the senior school with students creating some wonderful pieces of art using a variety of techniques. Congratulations to the

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Bridgewater school production of Romeo and Juliet

Bridgewater presents… Romeo and Juliet

Bridgewater Senior School Productions are proud to present their modern take on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Set against the backdrop of a modern northern town, Romeo and Juliet is the

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