School Logo

Bridgetown Primary School

Ready, Respectful, Safe

Year 6

Leavers Video - Part One

Still image for this video

Leavers Video - Part 2

Still image for this video

Backing tracks for our end of year show!


27 Song Tierra Del Fuego Reprise .mp3

26 Song Nothing Beats Being You.mp3

23 Song Life Will Find A Way.mp3

20 Song Better Than A Dog.mp3

18 Song The Groove Of Evolution.mp3

07 Song Tierra Del Fuego.mp3

Darwin Rocks Reahearsal Tracks:

10 Song Two Creations.mp3

Marle Hall Visit- April 2017

On Thursday 29th September Year Six visited London to find out about the Palace of Westminster.

The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants, it is also known as the 'heart of British politics'. The Palace lies on the northern bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London.


Review of the visit by Ashwin Niranjan


On Thursday 29th September, Year Six went to the Houses of Parliament. The trip was extremely exciting, excluding the long coach journey! The Houses of Parliament were dazzling although smaller than I expected, they were beautiful. The first room we went to was called the Robing Room and this is where the Queen, who comes once a year, would change for her speech. The room was golden and glamorous-  I had never seen such a richly decorated changing room! We walked through a beautiful corridor which the Queen would hardly glance at as she walked through. We were also lucky enough to go into the chambers of the House of Lords and House of Commons.

The boat trip was fantastic and we made a U-turn at the wonderful Tower Bridge. Overall it was a fantastic trip and experience and well worth it- even for the coach journey!



The Lords and Commons Chambers- where the important issues of the day and laws are debated.

Westminster hall is the oldest building in the Palace of Westminster.

Exploring Westminster

Debating policies at the Palace of Westminster Education Centre

Famous views from the river and its bank.

Use the links below to find out about the Palace of Westminster: