A warm welcome to St.Bridget’s C of E Primary School. St. Bridget’s is a large primary school situated in West Kirby, Wirral. It is a happy and popular school with a successful and talented staff, which enjoys a good local reputation. St. Bridget’s is a feeder school for all of the popular local secondary schools. Our mission statement 'Love your neighbour as yourself,' (Luke 10:27) helps to inform our approach to school life everyday. It is very important for you to feel that the school is right for you and your child. We hope that you will find this website informative and helpful in providing you with a genuine feel for our successful and happy school.
Our updated vision statement of "...Inspiring, nurturing and educating our children to serve God by reaching their full potential, serving our local community and by looking after our environment as global citizens of today and tomorrow..." supports our drive to improve our provision for all of our pupils and in particular, our approach to our curriculum.
Our most recent reports from Ofsted and the Chester Diocese have judged the school to be “Outstanding”. We could not do any of this without the commitment and encouragement of you, the parents. I would like to thank you for your support and reassure you that we will continue to make further improvements to the school, as well as work hard to sustain the high expectations and standards we all want for our children. Please click on this link to read the reports in full.
Neil Le Feuvre
A fantastic lesson of Gymnastics with Mrs Phelan. Class 5 showed strength in creating the 5 main gym shapes: Pike,… https://t.co/pbYS5kdjgb
Year 2 had a fantastic time at Leasowe leisure centre yesterday. We worked hard to complete puzzling team building… https://t.co/XLgmt9Mb7k
A huge thank you to Mrs Powell and special friends for culminating our Social Justice: Refugees topic. Mrs Powell l… https://t.co/TdWNgZqp3U
We have explored Social Justice this half-term, focusing on Refugees. Please take a few minutes to visit the link b… https://t.co/PPuZ2BU8vM
Y4 have also created posters to raise awareness. The children have really thought deeply about the problems refugee… https://t.co/lOIMPXke2O
Y4’s art project has produced a powerful image as part of this half term’s social justice topic.
How would you feel if you were forced to flee from your home? Y4 have been exploring emotions by making clay sculpt… https://t.co/Tyq5xaUCnN
Miss Daltrey and Miss Cotterell are proud of their FS2 children taking on some early GPAS! We really challenged the… https://t.co/Q1ipN3aLyd
Class 6 learning about bones and getting our arms plastered.
Great service in the Link Cafe this morning.
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