General Information

School Uniform

We have changed how School Uniform is ordered. Families can order directly from 'Riviera Schooldays' who have a shop in Torquay.

To order please take a look at their website where you will be able to order a uniform, book bags and more.

Uniform garments for Bidwell Brook are not held in stock at the shop, they are embroidered to order. Plain garments are available at the shop to try on for size. Once purchased embroidered garments can be delivered free of charge to the school on a weekly basis. If ordering online, simply select 'Second Signed for' as the means of delivery then enter the word 'Bidwell' in the discount code box during the checkout process to obtain free delivery. Thanks






Changes to special educational needs and disability support :Easy read guide for children and young people



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Loss & Bereavement - Link to  full document

Understanding and coping with the death of a loved one or friend can be very difficult at the best of times. Having to inform children of sad news such as this can be equally difficult.
The Learn to Lives Loss & Bereavement Support Group, with advice from outside agencies, has devised some guidelines for this type of conversation.
It is not a set script you should strictly follow, just an example of the language you could choose to use. We strongly recommend however, that:

  • You keep your language simple.
  • You do not use phrases such as “gone to sleep” or “passed away”.  Please use ‘concrete’ language wherever possible.