3rd July 2020

Bridgeway School Ace Teamwork

Pupils and staff from Bridgeway School have embraced the changes that have taken place through the pandemic by working together as a team, keeping one another safe, and taking on new and exciting challenges. Whilst embracing the social distancing rules, the changes to the school routine has seen pupils adapt and welcome new peers in…

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23rd June 2020

Bridgeway School Invests in Innovative Technology

As part of our continuous efforts to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children, young people and staff, thermal imaging cameras have now been installed across our schools. The thermal imaging camera is a unique, unobtrusive and safe way to protect pupils and staff from the coronavirus. The camera can be monitored from an iPad…

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5th June 2020

YouTube Tutorial Hits 30, 000 Views

Pupil, Jake from Bridgeway School has recently been embracing the changes to his weekly routine by creating a tutorial on YouTube to help and inform people on how to get the most out of gaming whilst being at home. The video has already been a resounding success gaining almost 30,000 views in the first few…

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20th May 2020

Bridgeway School Celebrate VE Day

Pupils and staff from Bridgeway School recently came together to celebrate VE Day with a variety of war time themed activities, and a street party on the school field by following social distancing rules. To commemorate the end of World War II, everyone came together for a school assembly and discussed what life must have…

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14th May 2020

Harvey’s Path Is Finally Completed

Year 11 pupils from Bridgeway School recently got stuck into an exciting project that saw them work together to create a path in the horticulture area of the school in the shape of a ‘B’ for Bridgeway. The project has allowed pupils to work together and develop life skills and take pride in their community while creating…

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1st May 2020

Foundations Set For New Path

Year 11 pupils from Bridgeway School have been busy taking part in a project that will see them create a path in the horticulture area of the school. This path is no ordinary path; it will be in the shape of a ‘B’ tor Bridgeway, and will be known as Harvey’s Path, a tribute to one of the pupils…

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26th March 2020

Bridgeway School Explore Mental Health

Pupils and staff from Bridgeway School recently held a Mental Health day where they explored the topic that affects one in four adults and one in ten children. Mental health issues are on the rise and there have been many different initiatives including, taking a pause from everyday life to discuss our state of mind and help each…

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15th March 2020

World Book Day Celebrated At Bridgeway

Pupils and staff from Bridgeway School celebrated World Book Day with a day packed full of activities. Teacher, Laurence Harwood, took some time out to share with us the fun they had. World Book Day is a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and, most importantly, reading. Our day started with an assembly exploring the importance…

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12th February 2020

Team Bridgeway Enjoy Day Full of Fun Activities

Pupils and staff from Bridgeway School recently took part in activities to focus on anti-bullying, children’s rights and responsibilities, and team building. The day was a great success with everyone working together and completing tasks to achieve the aims of each session. Laurence Harwood, Teacher, took the time out to explain about their day of learning, fun…

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5th February 2020

Bridgeway School Celebrate Unicef Award

Pupils and staff from Bridgeway School were delighted to learn that they have been awarded the Rights Respecting School Bronze Award from Unicef. The award puts children’s rights at the heart of schools in the UK and recognises a school’s achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into practice within…

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