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Rossall Biathlon Results for Bridgewater School 2019

On an extremely cold and wet afternoon in late April, fifteen aspiring biathletes set off to the Fylde coast to compete in the annual AJIS Biathlon at Rossall School. Seven schools were in attendance with a minimum of three competitors … Continue reading

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Lukee Keeps His Cool And Oliver Has A Ball In AJIS Tennis Championships

With the French Open about to start this weekend and Wimbledon fast approaching, we have turned our attention to tennis this week. Two lucky Prep VI players were selected to represent Bridgewater in the annual AJIS Tennis Championships at King’s … Continue reading

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Hair today, gone tomorrow – great support for Wear a Wig Fun Run

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Howzat for a great day? Bridgewater visit Lancashire CC.

  Thirty children from Prep IV to VI had a chance to experience first class cricket in all its glory today, as Lancashire took on Worcestershire in the Division Two County Championship top of the table clash.  With Worcestershire only … Continue reading

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Walking in the woods…

As part of our topic on Plant and Growing, Prep I had a walk in the woods this week. What a perfect day for it! The woods were in full bloom and the children really enjoyed spotting different plants and … Continue reading

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Premier Performance By Bridgewater Back Line

The U7 football team took part in the Premier Sports 5-a-side football tournament on Monday night. With six schools in attendance at the event held at Bridgewater School, it was a great opportunity for the youngest team in the school … Continue reading

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Egg-citing times in Prep III

Prep III have been on a wonderful journey recently, following the delivery of ten ready-to-hatch eggs – from hatching, to watching them get bigger and stronger, to finally being big enough for the children to handle.  The chicks made their … Continue reading

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