Welcome to Bridgewater School. Your individual journey starts here.
At Bridgewater School, we celebrate, support and nurture individuality.
We provide independent education for boys and girls aged 3-18 years in an inspirational setting that is inclusive, stimulating, supportive and totally focused on achieving every student's personal goals.
We are proud of our family ethos, our consistently outstanding results and our forward-thinking academic environment.
But most of all, we are proud to be part of each child's individual journey.
Small is beautiful. And academically successful.
Ever since the school’s inception in 1950, our family ethos has ensured that each young person is treated very much as an individual. Although the scale and academic stature of the school have grown alongside our new buildings and facilities, we are still small enough to know each young person by name and develop a true understanding of their specific needs and abilities.
Join us at our School Open Day on 3rd November
Whole School Open Day Saturday 3rd November, 10am-2pm Whether your child joins us at the very start of their learning journey, as a Prep School pupil or at Senior
Sixth Form Open Evening 7th November
Sixth Form Open Evening 7th November, from 6.30pm Here at Bridgewater School, we believe that Sixth Form is the time to truly focus on who you are and what
Bridgewater School helps create nation of lifesavers
In support of the British Heart Foundation’s mission to train 5,000 people in life saving skills by 2020, Senior School pupils at Bridgewater School in Worsley are now receiving invaluable
2020 Borneo Expedition Announced
Following 18 months’ of fundraising, training and preparation, July 2018 saw a group of Bridgewater Sixth Formers embark upon a school expedition to Tanzania that would prove to be a
Year 9 Geography trip to Grasmere
This month our Year 9 Geography students travelled to the Cumbrian Lake District to study the honeypot village of Grasmere. Students were investigating the costs and benefits of tourism in
Year 11 student creates inspirational community artwork
Year 11 student, Amba, created her ‘Bee’ mural in Monton Village to commemorate the Manchester Arena bombing. Amba said of her artwork: “I was inspired to do my Bee because
Sixth Formers raise record amount for Macmillan
The Bridgewater community spirit shone through last week as students, parents and staff shared in our annual Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support and in memory of
“The Positivity of Youth” Celebrated at Annual Prize-Giving
Last night Bridgewater welcomed special guest, Freya Lewis, inspirational fundraiser and survivor of the Manchester Arena bombing, to help celebrate pupils’ success at the annual prize-giving ceremony. Awards were presented
2018 GCSE Results Success For Bridgewater Pupils
Despite more demanding examination assessments and a new 9-1 numerical grading system, 2018 has seen continued results success for our pupils at Bridgewater School. GCSE students delighted in a 94%
Bridgewater Celebrate 98% Pass Rate at A Level
It has been a fantastic year for A Level students here at Bridgewater, with a pass rate of 98% celebrated by the school, with almost half the grades at B
Year 7 excursion to Conwy Castle
At the end of June, Year 7 students visited the impressive Conwy Castle in North Wales, part of the Castle and Town Walls of Edward I World Heritage Site. The