Partnerships

At Bridgewater School we truly believe in a holistic approach to education that prepares our children for a world yet to become a reality. A changing world where problem solving, resilience, agility, sensitivity and compassion are all valuable skills needed to succeed. A world outside of school in which every individual has responsibility and can make a real difference.

This outwardly focused approach builds a mature awareness of pupils’ personal and social responsibilities, producing articulate, fully-rounded individuals who take pride in their achievements and who are fully prepared to meet the exciting challenges of the future.

Bridgewater partnerships

Giving back to the community

As a school we understand the importance of community. Our own community is a vibrant one where individuals and teams can thrive and flourish and it is this positive attitude that underpins our relationships with those around us.

Students are encouraged to become involved in the wider community, whether through charitable fundraising, volunteering, choral recitals to the elderly, or supporting a common cause and we work hard to ensure Bridgewater School continues to give back in a multitude of ways.

In addition to the range of charitable fundraising we are actively engaged in, contributing to the local community is central to the charitable ethos of our school – supporting businesses, sharing facilities and expertise, caring for our environment and working collaboratively to the benefit of all.

We believe that individuals count. So we are interested in what makes us all different. Not just what makes us the same.


Jessie Yu A Level Art submission

Amazing A Level artwork celebrates family

Our GCSE and A-level Art students have created some wonderful pieces of art throughout their studies which we will be celebrating in an online exhibition in the coming weeks. The

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York residential

York Residential October 2021

In the Autumn term, students in Year 8 will have the opportunity to enjoy a three-night residential trip to the historic city of York. Residential bonding trips, which promote the

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Olly Livsey supports RMCH Charity

Olly’s journey to support RMCH

This month, Prep II pupil Olly Livsey embarked on a journey with his auntie to raise money for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity by walking a collective 130 miles.

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2021 Sixth Form ILPs

Sixth Form ILP presentations

As part of their Sixth Form learning journey, Year 12 students are encouraged to challenge themselves and develop their key skills through a range of activities including the completion of

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