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Alt Bridge Cultural News – May 2021
Alt Bridge School secures Wellbeing Award – Knowsley News Congratulations to everyone as we have achieved the Wellbeing Award for the school. I am delighted with the exceptionally positive feedback we received from our assessor and look forward to sharing our report with you in due course.Thanks especially to our change team who met to review […]
The award has been given by Century Learning due to our students’ engagement in the Spring Term 2020. Well done to everyone involved in encouraging the use of this programme with our students!
At Alt Bridge, staff and students have gone all out to celebrate World Book Day 2020! Pupils enjoyed a range of activities including: sharing extracts from their favourite stories, dressing up in character and face painting.At the end of the day, we awarded the best dressed students and staff member with a certificate, a signed […]
We have started our week of celebrations for World Book Day with a bang! We welcomed the amazing @CurtisJobling into school today. It was wonderful to watch pupils, parents and staff become lost in his creativity. His artistic flair, storytelling and ability to connect with all ages was awe-inspiring. You are always welcome at Alt […]
We were delighted to welcome M and M Productions on Wednesday. Our KS3 pupils thoroughly enjoyed Edith Nesbit’s ‘The Railway Children’ performed by the fantastic cast. We look forward to welcoming the team back next year!
Resilience assembly and workshop presented by Tom from the injured veterans charity Generation X .Tom recounted his own experiences of overcoming setbacks and facing difficult challenge . Pupils came up with coping strategies in a lively and fun workshop session.
In an attempt to enrich the English curriculum, Post 16 visited The Everyman Theatre on Friday. We thoroughly enjoyed watching the Aladdin pantomime. A huge thank you to St Helen’s Theatre for providing our pupils with such a fantastic experience. We wrapped up the day at Frankie and Benny’s. We cannot wait to do it […]
Y10&11 Arts Award group visiting the Keith Haring special exhibition at Tate Liverpool