Pupils and Staff Praised for Hard Work and Resilience

Bridgnorth Endowed is eager to congratulate its students and staff on their huge efforts in helping to keep learning at the forefront since returning to classrooms in September. Despite the significant changes in day-to-day school life, all have stepped up to the unique challenges posed by the virus and played their part in minimising the …

Christmas Card Competition Winners Announced

The overall winner of this year’s Languages Department Christmas card competition has been announced as Sophie from Year 7. The theme of the competition was Christmas traditions from other countries and pupils were asked to research and design a card featuring a foreign language. Sophie’s card was based on a Polish Christmas and judges commented …

Former Student in Prestigious RAC Awards Final

Congratulations to former Bridgnorth Endowed School student, Harry Ruffell-Hazell, who has been shortlisted for the highly esteemed Royal Automobile Club Historic Awards. The 20-year-old from Ditton Priors is currently an apprentice at world-renowned restoration specialist, Classic Motor Cars, based on Stanmore Business Park in Bridgnorth. Earlier this year, the company’s managing director, Nigel Woodward, put …

Former Pupil Awarded MBE for Services to Children and Young People

We’re extremely proud to share the news that a former Bridgnorth Endowed School student has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list that was announced earlier this month. Gareth Smith, who works as a Department Lead at Severndale Specialist Academy in Shrewsbury, was given special recognition for his services to children and …

Isobel’s ‘Extraordinary’ Cake Wins BES Bake Off

Winners of the virtual bake off to mark this year’s European Day of Languages enjoyed the sweet taste of success when they were presented with their well-deserved awards in school yesterday. The competition, arranged by the Languages Department, inspired students from all year groups to put their baking skills to the test at home, then …