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Drop in Morning - Wednesday 28th of June 09:30-11:30

Our Drop in Mornings offer the perfect opportunity for prospective parents to come along and see our school in action.

The Grand Opening of the Woodland Trail

We were lucky enough to have a recent visit from The Worshipful the Mayor and Mayoress of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead who took time out of their busy schedule to join us to officially open our wonderful Woodland Trail.  The Trail has been lovingly reinstated to beyond its former glory by all of the staff here at Brigidine during a recent Team Building activity. We are very much looking forward to seeing the children exploring and enjoying it.

Come and check out Brigidine Holiday Club this Summer ....

Brigidine are pleased to confirm that the Holiday Club will be running from Monday 10th July to Friday 1st September 2017.  Please contact the school for further details or visit our fb page for a list of what's on and a registration form.  We look forward to seeing you then :)

Usborne Book Fair, Wednesday 3rd May 2017

Brigidine School are excited to be hosting another Usborne Book Fair on Wednesday the 3rd of May 2017. With over 900 books to choose from, there will be something for everyone! Further details to follow.

World Book Day Extravaganza 2017, Thursday 2nd - Friday 3rd March.

Brigidine School was magically transformed into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in celebration of World Book Day this year. A huge amount of effort, planning and hard work from our dedicated staff really ensured we captured the true spirit of this enchanting event and made it memorable for all involved. There was a Creepy Crawly meet and greet, and even the spread supplied by the Catering Duo was Harry Potter themed! Huge amounts of fun had by all.

Christmas Fayre 2016

Our annual Christmas Fayre took place on Saturday 3rd December 2016 and was a roaring success. There were raffles, carols around the piano, mulled wine and mince pies, make-over stalls, manicures, clothing, arts and crafts, a tombola and a cosy Christmas Cafe where beverages and food could be enjoyed whilst soaking up the ambience.  There was even a beautiful grotto lovingly designed and crafted by the Dynamic Caretaking Duo where children could go and visit the man himself, or sit in the reindeer’s sleigh! A wonderful way to kick off the Christmas Festivities.


Back to School Barbecue

The Back to School Barbecue at the start of this academic year was a great success - a good turn out and £622 raised for Great Ormond Street Hospital. Well done everyone.