Ensuring our pupils are available for and can access learning is essential if they are to be able to engage with the curriculum we offer and achieve the outcomes we aspire to for them.
Now that we’ve begun to settle down into the new school year, it’s time to turn our attention to electing a new School Council at the school site to act as the voice of our pupils in ra
Hello and welcome back to a new term and a new year at New Bridge School. We hope you’ve all found some time over the summer to relax and enjoy a holiday in whatever way that might be.
Wowsers! That about sums it up for us after a stunning end to a stunning term.
Two big events in the school calendar took place this week, both of them highlights of the year for all involved.
It’s always interesting when we get the chance to meet with colleagues from different organisations around the country and share experiences and ideas.
Unlike French, we didn’t study Welsh at school but if our translator is working correctly, it was ‘amser gwyliau’ (holiday time) for our Year 11 pupils as they spent the week at Haven
This has been another eventful week at New Bridge.
Transition is very much on everyone’s minds at the moment as preparations continue for September.
If we remember correctly from our own school days, it’s ‘Bonjour tout le monde’ (‘Hello everybody’) as it’s been all things French this week down at the school site with