Class 1 are enjoying their first afternoon out and about the school grounds exploring the world around them. Today they have to find a stick about 10cm length and 1cm wide to make their 'Where we live' journal. In their journal they will record what they can see and make a map discussing how
I would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy 2022. We have had a positive start to school this term and would like to thank you all for your support last year in dealing with such difficult situations. Whatever this year may bring, I know that we will continue to support each other
This year the children decided they wanted their teachers to donate money to Charity instead of receiving presents in class. As Christians they decided it was more important to help others in need than have a gift themselves. The charity we have chosen to support this year is Crisis, who support people
Police and Crime Commissioner for Cheshire John Dwyer, and PC Panda made a surprise visit to Bridgemere Church of England Primary School yesterday to deliver a special prize to Christmas Card competition winner, Romani. At the end of September, the Commissioner launched his Christmas card competition
Our Head Girl, Maisie-Jean and our Head Boy, Raphael represented the school this morning on behalf of the NEP (Nantwich Education Partnership) They delivered Christmas Cards made by children from schools across Nantwich to Corbrook Park Nursing Home to give the residents some joy over this festive period.
We are delighted to be working alongside Outdoor Fun to offer Forest School at Bridgemere beginning in January. Led by Mrs Rachel Ashley, Forest School takes place on a Wednesday afternoon with each class taking it in turns each term to participate in the Forest School sessions. Please see the recently