I have been Headteacher at Bridlewood for almost a year now and welcome you to our school, where Ofsted (Jan 2018) recognised our well behaved pupils as ‘a delight’!
We are a popular school, with a committed team of staff, working hard for the children in our care. We are proud of our happy, caring and supportive environment and we encourage children to develop a love of learning whilst also upholding our strong moral values.
As a school we aim to engage the interest of all our children and provide opportunities for them to thrive and develop their independence and confidence through a topic based curriculum. We also actively encourage the involvement of parents and the local community within the school.
We hope you find our website useful, however it cannot replace the first hand experience of seeing the school in action. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed by appointment.
For those involved in running a support group for families who have a child with special needs
• Have you been thinking of starting a support group?
• Are you currently running an established group?
• Do you need to attract new members and link up with other group leaders to buddy up, share experiences, ideas and issues?
In Bridlewood we have always had a nut free school because we have a small number of children who are highly allergic to nuts. Recently some children have brought nuts in their packed lunches. We would be very grateful if you could leave out nuts or peanut butter in sandwiches as even proximity to nuts could trigger anaphylactic shock for some of our children.
Dragons came first this week with 214 points.
Safeguarding & Child Protection
If you have any concerns about the safeguarding and welfare of any child then please contact the schools Safeguarding Leader, Mrs Sammon.