Young cricketer is one to watch
Interview by Rowan Blessing and Cassia Reynolds, 10S. Archie O’Neill, at only 12 years old, is already amassing awards for his cricketing ability. Archie, originally from Camberley, moved
School football teams kitted out with new sponsorship
Christmas has come early to our Senior Girls and Prep School football teams in the form of some new kits, thanks to sponsorship from local company DHI. The teams have
2019 Senior Ski Trip
Following the huge success of our 2017 visit to Winter Park, our 2019 Bridgewater School Ski Trip in April of next year, will see Senior and Sixth Form students take
U9s compete at MCFC Football Festival
Our U9 football team performed magnificently last week at the MCFC Football Festival, narrowly missing out on this year’s final after losing to a dramatic sudden-death penalty shoot-out. Playing at
Pupils take tag rugby title for second year running
Congratulations to our 2018-19 ISA North Tag Rugby U9 Champions, who saw off tough opposition from Queen Ethelburga’s, St. Davids, Lady Barn House, Cransley Prep, Clarendon Cottage and Greenbank Prep,
Senior students make National Swimming Finals
Bridgewater Senior School was superbly represented in this year’s ISA North Swimming Gala, with the team taking home an impressive array of medals and national qualifying times. Congratulations to: Raya
Master’s grade for Bridgewater School’s karate instructor
Bridgewater School Shotokan Karate Club has been honoured by the Cobra Martial Art Association Grading Committee, which has promoted Mr Grant, the club instructor, to the grade of 6th Dan (rokudan),
Sisters in Synch
Sisters, Aimee and Eva Lawrence are both proving to be accomplished synchronised swimmers. Aimee (Yr 9) took to swimming ‘like a duck to water’ at a very early age and
Phil and Paul from ‘Class of 92’ help with football training
Kindly organised by one of our parents, Mr Tony Camilleri, our Under 16’s Football Team enjoyed a fabulous opportunity to meet with football idols Paul Scholes and Phil Neville for
Fencing has proved to be a very popular extra-curricular sport at Bridgewater School with a number of our pupils and in the case of one of our Year 11 students,
A cut and thrust world!
Cormac Sale from Heaton, Bolton is proving a force to be reckoned with on the fencing circuit. At only 14 years old he is already the very proud owner of
Jack ‘The Fish’ Delaney
Jack Delaney Yr 7 has a huge passion for everything and anything to do with the sea. From an early age he has been a swimming daredevil – diving off
Anyone for tennis?
Matthew Dagg (Yr 9) hasn’t been letting the grass grow underneath his feet over the long summer holidays and as a result is celebrating winning The Northern Summer Tennis Camp
Mr Barker – our very own ‘Ironman!’
Mr Barker, our very own Deputy Head of the senior school at Bridgewater, has had plenty to celebrate last weekend after taking part in the ‘Ironman’ contest in Bolton. ‘The
Exemplary behaviour by our pupils
Students from Bridgewater recently enjoyed a sports activities trip to Club La Santa, Lanzarote. The school received the following email from a passenger on the return flight regarding the conduct
Shotguns at the ready!
Senior pupils at Bridgewater School have recently been enjoying the experience of Clay Pigeon shooting encouraged by our very own Emma Williams, former President of the University of York’s Clay
Samuel is quick off the mark!
Samuel Ashadu (age 11) and his younger brother Ethan (age 10) are both keen members of Salford Metropolitan Athletics Club in Eccles. Last weekend Samuel competed in the Greater Manchester
One to watch for a future England team left footer!
Alfie Turley (Prep III) has been selected to represent Manchester City Football Club in the 2009 Age Category on the Pichouns Tour to be held in Marseille, as well as
“The Double” for our school football teams
Fantastic win last week for our U14 8 a-side Football Team at Abbeygate College, Chester making them the new ISA (North) Champions. This marks a double win for the school
Poland here we come!
Two of our pupils – Cormac Sale (Year 9) and Aaliyah Sharplin (Year 10) – have both been selected for the England U15 Team (Fencing) to take part in the
Fencing Club Championships
We have come to the end of another year which means it is time for Club championships. The Senior Championship is open age and was held at Manchester Fencing Centre.