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 student present at Salford Children's Book Club Awards 2022

Seniors shine at Salford Childrens Book Awards

Extra-curricular interests and activities can open up a new world of possibilities and this year members of our Reading Club were invited to attend the 2022 Salford Children’s Book Club

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50 50 raffle supporting school projects

New projects supported by shared raffle

We are delighted to announce the continuing success of our shared 50 50 Raffle which welcomes new members from across the school community. Through the 50 50 scheme, 50% of

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Bridgewater Ball is announced

After two years in the making, we are absolutely thrilled to release the details of our first ever Bridgewater Charity Ball in support of the Bridgewater School Development Fund. This

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The sky is the limit for Dalia

It is truly wonderful when we see our students spread their wings and learn to fly. In Dalia’s case this is proving to be literal, as the Year 11 student

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