Welcome to the website of Bridge Integrated Primary School. We hope you enjoy this visit and that it will give you a brief insight of our busy and vibrant school.

Bridge Integrated Primary School opened its doors in September 1987 with only 75 pupils. Today the school has over 400 pupils who come from a wide range of backgrounds, creeds and abilities.  Bridge IPS is a child-centred school, where the individual needs of pupils are met in an environment that is caring, positive and motivating. We promote an ethos of respect and positive behaviour in order to allow everyone to achieve their fullest potential.  At Bridge IPS we value the support and co-operation of our parents.  I hope that you enjoy browsing our website – we have certainly enjoyed creating it!

INFO For: New primary One Pupils

Phased in beginning 

Stage 1

From Tuesday 1st Sept to Tuesday 8th Sept  

Group 1: 9.00am-10.15am

Group 2: 10.45am-12 Noon

Stage 2

From Wednesday 9th Sept to Friday 25th Sept all P.1 pupils attend from 9.00am -12 Noon

Stage 3

From Monday 28th Sept until Monday 12th October all P.1 pupils will attend from

9.00-1pm and have their dinner or packed lunch in school.

Stage 4

From Tuesday 13th October onwards all P.1 pupils stay in school a full day from

9.00am - 2pm

 

Latest News: 

Click on the links below to find out what has been happening recently or go  directly to the News page.

 

Bridge Takes Part in the Big Pedal

Well done to all those children and parents who have made a real effort to travel to school on bikes, scooters and by walking. 

Click THE BIG PEDAL to see photos of the event and ways you can continue to travel to school more actively during the third term.

During the first week in May sixteen Primary six pupils have been selected to  participate in three half day cycling workshops with Dave from Sustrans.  This is an excellent opportunity for pupils to learn how to ride their bikes safely on the roads.  Thanks to Dave, who came in and carried out 'health checks' on pupils' bikes to ensure they are road worthy.

Parents and Pupils: Many thanks for your continued support with Active Travel this year. We still have some more activities lined up, for example, Walk to School Week, 18th-22nd May 2015, and the Keep Safe Poster Competition.

 

 

REMINDER

P4 and Key Stage 2 Pupils

Please ensure that you have the correct equipment for for school 

 

P4 anKey Stage 2 Equipment

Get organised for the new term ahead with the necessary equipment below:

  • 2 pencils
  • 2 red pens
  • 2 blue  Pilot Frixion handwriting pens
  • 1 small ruler
  • A rubber and sharpener
  • Colouring pencils
  • 2 glue sticks 
  • Art pad

Please label your pencil case and equipment.

 

 

Click here to view and read the Board of Governors' Annual Report 

The Week Ahead

School starts back on Fri 28th August for pupils in P.2-P.7.

We look forward to welcoming everyone back after the Summer break.

New P.1 parents please see phased in entry for new pupils underneath the slideshow on the left hand side of the screen.

FRI 28/08/15

P2 - P4 attend from 9am - 1pm followed by Welcome Meetings for parents/guardians

P5 - P7 attend from 9am - 2pm followed by Welcome Meetings for parents/guardians.

 

Mon 31/8/15: SCHOOL IS CLOSED FOR THE BANK HOLIDAY  

Tues 1/9/15: School reopens for all pupils

Wed 2/9/15: 

Thurs 3/9/15: 

Fri 4/9/15:

 

SCHOOL IS CLOSED FOR PUPILS ON MON 21ST SEPT FOR STAFF TRAINING.

 

 

Dinner Menus

School dinners cost £2.40 per day or £12 per week

 

 

 
 

 

NCIE Integrated Education Petition

NICIE, the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education, is currently running a petition to urge the Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister to prioritise Integrated Education in Northern Ireland. If every young person involved with IE could get their family members to sign this petition over 22,000 signatures could be gained. Please add your voice to this campaign by using the link;

https://www.change.org/p/the-office-of-the-first-minister-and-deputy-first-minister-of-northern-ireland-we-the-people-of-northern-ireland-demand-an-elevated-prioritisation-of-integrated-education-for-all-our-children