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The Bridgewater Prep U7 hockey team travelled to The Deans Primary School on Tuesday. Despite some chilly weather the children played some scintillating hockey against 6 other teams. A late change of rules preventing teams scoring in the area led … Continue reading
Prep VI have been studying twentieth century Britain between the Wars and the effect of the Great Depression, especially in the industrial North. L.S. Lowry’s industrial landscapes are the perfect metaphor for the heavy grey blanket under which people felt … Continue reading
Prep III have been carefully observing their seeds over the last week (you can see the experiment we undertook here: https://wp.me/p6JsAw-2zL Most of them were shocked to discover that the seeds would germinate in all four conditions. They were able to … Continue reading
Four members of our Junior Gardening Club travelled to the Whitworth Art Gallery today to present our ideas for our forthcoming show garden at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park in the summer. Our creature was the lacewing. Did … Continue reading
Like all good gardeners, Prep III know, especially since they have started studying plants as part of their Science topic, that seeds need soil to help them germinate and grow. But what if they don’t have soil? Will they still … Continue reading
The U11 Netball team took on top of the league St Mark’s on Tuesday 12th March. They were a very tall team and played a fast style of play which shocked our defenders. We fought until the last minute but … Continue reading