Staying safe online
With students spending more time at home and online, we’ve put some handy tips together to help you make sure they’re staying safe online.
The team at Bridlington School are here to help support the families and children of our critical key workers. We are open during normal school hours if you need us for childcare in line with the DfE guidance, when all other options have been exhausted.
The Government has asked parents to keep their children at home, wherever possible, and for schools to provide childcare provision only for those children of workers critical to the COVID-19 response.
During the school closure, all learning has now been moved online. This can be found in the notice board section of Show my Homework. Teachers are working hard to get lessons online so students can follow their normal timetable after Easter. Here students can continue to post work to their teachers.
Welcome to Bridlington School.
We are a maintained secondary school for 11-18 year olds based in Bridlington with approximately 980 students on roll. We have a relentless focus on high quality teaching and learning and have high expectations of all our students and staff.
Our aim is to “hand on the torch of life” by providing a well-rounded education that allows all students to achieve their full potential and go out into the world as successful citizens.
We have a passion for “making a difference” to the lives of others and believe that with the right support any student can compete with the best locally, nationally and internationally.
Our ‘Bridlington School family’ is an inclusive community where a passion for learning is ignited. We pride ourselves on celebrating successes and achievements and supporting others to fan the sparks of an individual’s hopes, ambitions and dreams into flames.
If you would like to arrange a visit to our school please contact: 01262 672593
Download our prospectus for more information about why Bridlington School is the right choice for you.