Message from the New Headteacher

Dear Parents/Carers, I am delighted to have been appointed as the new head teacher of Bridlewood Primary School as of April 2017!

I currently live with my husband and two children in Wootton Bassett, where I enjoy playing hockey for the local club. Having been a head teacher at Shrivenham Church of England Primary School for the last 6 years, I am now looking forward to sharing my experience and working closely with children, staff, governors and parents to continue the success of Bridlewood over the coming years.

I believe in engaging the interest of all children in their learning and providing opportunities for the children to thrive and develop their independence and confidence through a topic based curriculum. I will be working closely with the acting head teacher and interim leadership team over the next few months to ensure a smooth transition into this more...


For those involved in running a support group for families who have a child with special needs

• Have you been thinking of starting a support group?
• Are you currently running an established group?
• Do you need to attract new members and link up with other group leaders to buddy up, share experiences, ideas and issues?

If so, this workshop is for you!

Nut Allergy

In Bridlewood we have always had a nut free school because we have a small number of children who are highly allergic to nuts. Recently some children have brought nuts in their packed lunches. We would be very grateful if you could leave out nuts or peanut butter in sandwiches as even proximity to nuts could trigger anaphylactic shock for some of our children.

March Housepoints

Lizards came first this week with 219 points.

Plas Pencelli Latest

17th March - Gorge Walk before we head home!!