Our U11 netballers continued their winning streak in Worsley Netball League, winning their latest fixture against Mesne Lea School, Salford 10-1. Another great team performance and a well deserved Player of the Match award to Izabella. Well done girls.
Our U9s were back in action today as they travelled to the ISA U9 handball tournament. Bridgewater got off to a slow start, losing their first two matches, including to tournament winners Forest Park, but found their rhythm and bounced
This week has seen some great competitive action from our Prep sports boys and girls. Our older children were out and about on the netball and basketball courts, our Prep IV boys travelled to the Manchester City training complex for
Prep Five set out for a geographical field study walk in the woods today, to consolidate our topic on rivers. Feeling excited about our unexpected freedom on a Monday morning, we squelched along the muddy path, enjoying the puddles and
As part of their Geology studies, Prep III has been looking at how fossils are formed. They have learned that fossils are formed in sedimentary rocks when animal and plant remains are buried under layers of mud. Over time the
On Friday, the whole of Prep supported Children in Need in pulsating style with every class having one minute during our assembly to try and add to their Bearpees total. Bearpees totals have been added to in recent weeks, with
The recent wet weather has meant that the ground in most places has become completely saturated – not good for gardeners, dog walkers or anyone trying to get onto a pitch to play team sports. Does that stop our cross
As part of our Geography topic on rivers, Prep Five were investigating erosion yesterday. Having packed damp sand into a tray (the chefs among us thought it was rather like making shortbread!), we tilted the tray and created our own
Prep V Netballers played a tough match against St Marks RC missing out on the win 17-12. Some great goals scored, especially from player of the match Beatrice. Well done girls.
Prep Five have been working hard over half term making river models. The children also did their own research to find out the geographical names for different parts of river, and labelled their models. We found out that the start of