BWS Alumni

Welcome to BWS Alumni – our Alumni Association open to all former pupils of Bridgewater School.

In addition to giving past pupils a way of coming together both socially and professionally, being part of BWS Alumni ensures you stay part of the Bridgewater family and can help future generations of students become the best they can be.

 

Stay connected

If you would like to continue this journey with us and are happy to be contacted with details of future events and news, please complete the contact form below and be sure to follow us on social media. We promise that the details you provide will only ever be used for the purposes set out above and will never be passed on to a third party. You can opt out at any time by emailing alumni@bwslive.co.uk or by contacting the School Office on 0161 794 1463.

We hope you choose to stay connected with us. We love to hear about your achievements and how each of your individual journeys have progressed, so do stay in touch and email us at alumni@bwslive.co.uk with your own news.

 

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2020 AJIS U11 Hockey Tournament plate winners

U11s shine in 2020 AJIS Hockey Tournament

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Bridgewater School artwork of the month competition January 2020

Artwork of the Month January 2020

Artwork of the Month celebrates the creative accomplishments of students from across the Senior School and January’s showcase demonstrated an abundance of skill and artistic flair. Congratulations to the following

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Bridgewater School Early Years Open Morning 2020

Early Years Open Morning 24th March 2020

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Bridgewater Y8 students drive initiative to help children living in poverty

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After watching a Dispatches documentary called ‘Growing Up Poor’ in a recent PSHCE lesson, Form 8W decided it was an issue worth exploring and worked together to find out more.

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