Changes to Post-16 Admissions Arrangements Amid Covid-19 Outbreak

Following the decision to cancel this summer’s exams amid the coronavirus outbreak, the priority now is to ensure those affected can move on as planned to the next stage of their lives. Ofqual is currently working out the best way to calculate fair assessment grades for students and is due to announce details of the …

Learning Resources Section Launched on School Website

Today marks the first day of UK school closures in response to the coronavirus pandemic and although most of our classrooms have fallen silent, learning continues in earnest at Bridgnorth Endowed School. Educating students remains a top priority and, as part of the school’s remote learning strategy, a new ‘Learning Resources’ web section has been …

Thrilling Day of Badminton at All England Championships

The world’s best badminton players descended on the Midlands for the All England Open Championships last week and a group of Bridgnorth Endowed students got the chance to see the action first-hand. Years 9 and 10 attended the prestigious event at Arena Birmingham on Thursday 12th March and witnessed the game being played at the …

STEM Challenge to Inspire Next Generation

Young innovators from Bridgnorth Endowed School recently met up with their newly-appointed industry mentor to kick start an exciting project for the 2020 Shropshire Star STEM Schools Challenge. The team of six students put their heads together during a focus session with Bridgnorth Aluminium Development Technologist, Preetam Kaur, to begin work on creating a product …

Year 10 Students Lead Primary School Textiles Project

As part of ongoing links between Bridgnorth Endowed and local primary schools, the Creative Arts Department organised an exciting textiles project with St Mary’s Bluecoat Primary School earlier this month. The idea behind the two-day project was for Year 10 art GCSE students from BES to work alongside pupils at St Mary’s to create a …