I hope you enjoy visiting our site and learning more about life at our school.
Here at Bailiffe Bridge School we pride ourselves on providing a warm and welcoming beginning to a child’s education. We believe that it is important to treat every child as an individual from day one; ensuring they have an identity in school from an early age and thus enabling them to make the most of the all the opportunities available to them.
Our children have real responsibility and ownership of our school. Our school council – CHIC club (Children Helping In the Community) is well established and works with staff to seek ways to further improve our school.
Ofsted 2013 'Pupils' behaviour is exemplary at all times. They are eager to learn and work diligently during independent activities. Older pupils help support younger ones in the playground. They say they feel safe in school and know that adults can always be relied upon for support.'
We make every effort to ensure that our children feel happy and safe in school and are taught in the way that they learn best, empowering them to reach the highest possible standards of attainment. Our children are rightly proud of Bailiffe Bridge School and we, in turn, are very proud of them.
Don't just take my word for it, please browse through this site and see for yourself what a special place Bailiffe Bridge School really is!
Helen Proctor - Headteacher