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Academy Consultation - 21 July 2014 - Mr Long

The Governing Body took a decision on 25th March to register an interest in converting the School to Academy status and subsequently ran a full and formal period of consultation in June 2014 to allow all those with an interest to contribute their views. This consultation closed on 27th June, 2014.

At the Full Governing Body meeting held on 10th July, the Governing Body considered carefully all the representations from the consultation and approved a resolution to make an application to convert the School to academy status.

It is the intention to submit an Application to Convert to the DfE as soon as possible. DfE guidelines indicate a process time of between 4 and 6 months. It is the School’s intention to convert at the earliest opportunity but before April 2015.

A summary of the information considered by the Governing Body in reaching its  decision can be found here.

GCE AS & AS Results & GCSE Results - 15 July 2014 - Mrs Hindle

GCE AS & AS Results - Thursday 14th August 2014
Year 13 students can collect their results from 9am
Year 12 students can collect their results from 10am
Students must provide written permission if they wish someone else to collect results on their behalf.
GCSE Results - Thursday 21st August 2014
Year 11 pupils can collect their results commencing 10am
Year 10 pupils can collect their results commencing 11am
Pupils must provide written permission if they wish someone else to collect results on their behalf.
Uncollected results for Yr10 pupils will be passed to Form Tutors to distribute during Lesson 1 & 2 on return to school on Tuesday 2nd September.






Completed applications and payment for all services MUST be handed directly into the Exams Office by the deadlines shown below. Late applications received after the deadlines shown below will not be processed.


Priority Services:                           Application deadline date:


Priority Service 2                                    Thursday 21st August 2014 by 2pm

(Review of marking)                                       

This is the same as a standard service 2 but the application is treated on a priority basis.

The service can only be used by Yr 13 students whose place at Higher Education is dependent on the outcome of a review.

Signed consent by the student is needed for this service as marks can be lowered, raised or remain the same.

Students MUST NOT request a Priority copy of script if they are requesting a Priority Service 2 (Review of Marking).



Priority Copy of script:                          Thursday 21st August 2014 by 2pm

(AS & A2 units only)                    


This service enables the student to see a copy of their written AS or A2 script prior to deciding to request a review of marking or clerical check. The copy script should arrive in school by 10th September (prior to the 18th Sept deadline of standard Service 1 or Standard Service 2)

The Priority Copy of Script service is only available for externally assessed AS and A2  units. It is not available for GCSE units.

Students MUST NOT request a Priority Copy of Script if they are requesting a Priority Service 2 (Review of Marking).



Standard Services:                               Application deadline date:

Service 1 (Clerical check)                         Thursday 18th September   (2pm)

Service 2 (Review of marking)                Thursday 18th September   (2pm)


These services are available for externally assessed GCE and GCSE units.

Student written consent is required for these services as marks/grades may be lowered, raised or remain the same. It is strongly recommended that students discuss their overall grade/proximity to grade boundaries with teacher /Head of subject before requesting these services.


Copy of script                                              Wednesday 1st October  (2pm)

Students can request a copy of their script for general interest or to inform their future learning. Written consent from the student is required.

Congratulations! U15s retain crown as National Basketball champions - 12 May 2014 - Mr Long

Bridgewater High School under 15s retained their crown as National Basketball Champions at the Dynamik National School Championships held at the University of East London on Sunday 11th May 2015.

After a pulsating and thrilling semi-final where Bridgewater once again faced and beat St Bonaventures School in the semi-final, the boys went on to beat Greig City Academy 94-83 in the final to retain their crown.

It was a long journey down the capital, but the team was roared on by their loyal band of supporters made up of friends and family. For Mr Mackay, team manager and Delme Harriman, team coach, the boys’ performance was something special. “Winning a national title once is a great feat. But to go on to retain it a second year against some fearsome opposition is something else. We’re so proud of everyone involved and in particular I want to thank all the parents who travelled down to offer their support” said a delighted Mr Mackay.


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