At Burscough Bridge Methodist School, we celebrate the uniqueness of every child and aim to nurture their talents and confidence. We value their interests and support extracurricular activities, taking pride in our students' achievements both in and outside the school.
Our awards, including the Lancashire County Council Gold Behaviour Quality Mark, Healthy School Status award, Eco-Schools award, and Basic Skills Agency Quality Mark, underscore our commitment to excellence.
We actively encourage extracurricular interests, such as Beavers, Cubs, Rainbows, Brownies, swimming, and gymnastics. Our regular assemblies and year-end service in the church recognize students' accomplishments and progress.
Our school offers various clubs to cater to diverse talents and maintains a strong partnership with the Rotary Club, offering Year 6 students a valuable award opportunity. Pupils engage with the local community through activities like the John Muir Award, bike-ability schemes, carol singing, "Well-being" group participation, and 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.
View our performance and download:exam and test resultsOfsted reportsfinancial informationPlease note, due to being a small school, some of our results are not listed on the government performance tables.
(2019 - Published Results Summary)
The pupil premium grant is designed to allow schools to help disadvantaged pupils by improving their progress and the exam results they achieve.
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In line with statutory requirements we are able to report that: