Bridgewater High School is a large school, most of whose students come from villages and suburbs located to the south of Warrington. The school serves a socially mixed, but relatively advantaged area and the proportion of students who are entitled to free school meals is low. The proportion of students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and the proportion with a statement of special educational need are both average. Over 95% of the students are of White British heritage. The school is designated as a High Performing Specialist School, with specialisms in performing and visual arts and science including mathematics. It holds the Sportsmark Award, Artsmark Gold Award, Investors in Careers and Investors in People. An acting headteacher has been in post since September 2008.
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Broomfields Road, Appleton, Warrington WA4 3AE