At Burscough Bridge Methodist School we focus on the whole child and believe every child is unique. We pride ourselves on nurturing our children so that they are able to discover their talents and grow in confidence enabling each child to ‘let their light shine’. We value children’s interests and encourage extra curricular activities and we are very proud of our children’s achievements both in and out of school. We celebrate the achievement and progress of every child through our weekly assemblies and at the end of the school year service, in Church, with our whole community. We have been awarded Lancashire County Council Gold Behaviour Quality Mark, the Healthy School Status award, Eco-Schools award and the Basic Skills Agency Quality Mark.
We encourage extra curricular and out of school interests. We are very proud of our children for their achievements at Beavers, Cubs, Rainbows, Brownies, Swimming, Gymnastics and other sports clubs they are part of. We have regular assemblies to celebrate awards and progress of every child and at the end of each year we present trophies for House achievements, the Head teachers award and the Award for Citizenship. Within school, we run a variety of clubs to expand on interests and try to accommodate as many talents as we can. Our school also has links with the Rotary club and our Year 6 children have the fantastic opportunity to work towards a recognised award. Pupils are also given opportunities to engage with the local community through a variety of activities including John Muir Award, bike-ability schemes, carol singing, attending the “Well-being” group and sharing their work, remembrance services.
Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills: They inspect all services providing education and skills for learners of all ages. Ofsted’s role is to make sure that our school is providing appropriate, safe and meaningful education of the highest standard for our children, this is done through; Inspecting, Regulating, and Reporting.
“The Methodist approach to education has always been about the development of the whole person – not just reading, writing and arithmetic. We believe that all human beings are made in the image of God and our schools have a strong commitment to creating an ethos in which every person is valued. They seek to fully address children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural needs.
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