Talented Cyclist Goes From Strength to Strength

Talented under-16 cyclist, Grace Lister, is going from strength to strength in her chosen sport after an exceptionally successful season in 2019. Grace’s impressive list of recent achievements include winning the U16 Girls’ National Road and Circuit Series, taking silver on the track at the National Omnium Final and clinching the bronze medal with her …

Kickboxing Students Pass Black Belt Grading with Flying Colours

Three students from Bridgnorth Endowed School are celebrating their incredible black belt achievements in kickboxing, after a gruelling physical assessment last weekend. Eleanor Banks (Year 11) and brother Thomas (Year 10) both moved up to 2nd Dan black belts, and their younger brother Rory (Year 7) secured his well-deserved 1st Dan black belt too. Gruelling …

BES TV Channel Launch

Bridgnorth Endowed announces the launch of BES TV, a brand-new TV channel that’s dedicated to keeping students up-to-date with all the latest sports and extracurricular news happening around the school. Exciting features to look out for will include post-match interviews, behind the scenes footage, Q&A sessions, how-to skills tutorials and more. To kick things off, …

BES Hosts FA Primary Teachers’ Award

Last Friday saw Bridgnorth Endowed School welcome Tom Peevor from the Football Association’s Coach Education Programme to run the FA Primary Teachers’ Award. Seventeen delegates from across the network of East Shropshire Schools attended the all-day course, which aims to improve the delivery of directional games such as football in primary schools. The course was …