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 School EYFS and Prep Open Morning March 2022

EYFS and Prep Open Morning 2022

When it comes to finding the perfect learning environment for your child, the team here at Bridgewater School believe that the best way to see why children are so happy

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Memories of a Bridgewater Old Boy

A ghost, a ‘dip’ in the pond and a merry dance… As one of the 50 pioneering, founding Bridgewater Old Boys, and probably the oldest alumni, the school’s 70th anniversary

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Christmas Gifting Appeal 2021

Every child deserves to have a special Christmas. Yet a third of young people are going to bed without a hot dinner, living with no central heating and don’t have

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Bridgewater Alevel Art students experience Van Gogh Alive

Van Gogh Alive for Art students

This term our A-level Art students had the opportunity to journey through Van Gogh Alive, the world famous immersive exhibition. This innovative and inspiring experience, which transforms every surface into a

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