Our Curriculum

At Burscough Bridge Methodist School we follow the National Curriculum.  We provide all our children with a broad and balanced curriculum please see subject areas for more details.  We feel it is our responsibility to educate the children of our future and we take great pride in being a part of their journey.  We nurture our children so they can discover their own talents and interests and place a great emphasis on educating the whole child.  We are committed to ensuring our children are educated to value the importance of good health and wellbeing.  Through exciting opportunities including the wider curriculum our children become well rounded members of our community, each child is at the heart of all we do to make them the best that they can be.

Class 1 

Class 1 is located in the original building and is self contained with its own indoor and outdoor classroom, play area and toilet facilities.  Class 1 includes; Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.  Click here to download the subjects overview and planned work for this term.

Creating young people not just academic min​ds

National Curriculum

The National Curriculum combines core & foundation subjects providing children with a solid academic foundation on which they can build on throughout life.

E.Y.F.S   CORE SUBJECTS   FOUNDATION SUBJECTS  

Life skills

Empowering our children with a strong foundation of transferable skills which will give them the confidence to face our competitive modern world.

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Personal & Social Development

A well rounded education is not just about words and numbers it is about developing each individual person, giving them the confidence and encouragement to grow and achieve their goals in life.

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Our Values

Our Christian values where chosen by our Children.  We nuture their understand and respect them.

Our value:

HOPE

 Hope [verb]   
1.​  [intransitive, transitive] to want something to happen and think that it is possible  

W​hat the Bible says:

" For in this hope we were saved. Now hope that is seen is not hope. For who hopes for what he sees?"

Romans 8:24 


W​hat our children say:

I think hope is when you wish for something to go a certain way, and sometimes you have to wait for a long time.”

Class 2