Bridge I.P.S Parents Group
The Parents Group organise many events throughout the school year, such as, school discos, Spooktacular Hallowe'en activities for all pupils and prize draws to name but a few. A number of parents regularly attend the meetings and work hard to bring ideas for fundraising together. Their efforts greatly assist what we are able to do in school and ensure that our pupils have lots of fun!
When your child joins Bridge Integrated Primary School, you as parents, automatically become members of the parents group. So if you are feeling up to a challenge and would like to assist the efforts of those parents who already freely give of their time to fundraise and deliver extra resources and events for your children, come along and get involved.
Please note all pupils must complete the BIPS Code of Conduct before attending any discos. Click here: Code of Conduct
TERM 1 2018- 2019
The most recent events; the Hallowe'en disco for P.5-7 and the Hallowe'en Fun Day for P.1-4 were both a huge success. The Hallowe'en disco for P.5-P.7 on Thursday 25th October was enjoyed by all who attended. Many pupils, with lots of help from their parents, came dressed to impress in many amazing costumes and fantastic face painting, which made it hard to distinguish who was who! It is safe to say that the pupils had a ball!
On the Halloween Fun Day P.1-4 pupils enjoyed lots of fun 'Hallowe'en' themed activities such as feeling bags filled with all sorts of weird things, painting spider, making cards and daring to put their hands in mystery boxes to guess what was inside. Pupils enjoyed coming in fancy dress and trying out the many games, whilst also enjoying a few treats!
We are indeed indebted to all of the dedicated parents, who give of their time to organise these events and also to all of the children and parents who support them.
A huge thank-you to everyone for your support!
Some photos from the Halloween disco
Some Halloween fun for P.1-4
We are very excited to have started a programme for replacing the school’s interactive whiteboards. We have had our current boards for more than 10 years – double their usual lifespan! We have been able to start this process thanks to the incredible fundraising efforts of the Parents’ Group, who donated £9810 to pay for 3 new boards! We are very grateful to the Parents’ Group for their generosity in funding this upgrade to the school’s ICT equipment, which would not be possible without this donation.