See link below for information on digital access throughout Aberdeen. Pupils can access the school library before school, at lunch time and after school to research and print.
Support the pupils and staff who have been working all year on the school show which promises to be a whip cracking night out.
Tickets are £12 for adults and £10 for concessions
Get yours from the school library or Aberdeen Box Office. Oder forms will come home via school pupils but there’s no need to wait just email the school BridgeofDon@aberdeencity.gov.uk giving your name and contact details so we can get your tickets to you. Remember to state clearly what night and whether the tickets are for adults or concessions.
Alternatively go on line to Aberdeen Box office using the following link:
The school makes no profit from the school show and all ticket sales help meet the costs of mounting a professional production in the Arts Centre. The school show is also supported by the Parent Council who run a raffle – so if you can donate a prize get it into the school office by Friday 23 June.
3rd place for Bridge of Don Academy pupils for their entries in the Miniature Earth Learning Project 2017 which took place at the Montgomery Development Education Centre in Aberdeen. All the pupils were given a certificate and you will be able to read their feedback from participation in the event in the next school magazine.
We have a fantastic range of new fiction now available to borrow from the library.
Here’s a taste of what’s on offer.
Click on Fantastic Fiction to see more
Please see below for key dates for January to June 2017
On the way back from a busy weekend in Manchester.
We arrived to Sport City for the Manchester City Fun Day with footballing challenges on their indoor artificial pitches. Then it was across the walkway to see the Manchester City v Chelsea game. After a slower start the visitors took control of the game and eventually ran out victorious.
A quick dash back to the coach meant that we could then get across to Elland Road for the Leeds United v Aston Villa game. With the fans behind them, it was the home team who bagged the 3 points here.
Day 2 included a visit to the “Theatre of Dreams” before heading over to the National Football Museum where pupils had the chance to test their footballing skills as well as their commentary abilities for Match of The Day.
We’re now back on the way up the road and are passing Glasgow just now (1900) – expecting to be back in Aberdeen for 2145. We will update the PE Twitter page ( @bodapeandsport ) if there is any change to this and the pupils will be making contact when we are at Stonehaven.