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As Principal of New-Bridge Integrated College I am intensely proud of our school. Whilst our pleasant rural setting is a strong facility for learning, it is the students, staff, activities, achievements and attitudes that make this such a wonderful school. Young people of all abilities, all nationalities and all religious traditions are welcome at New-Bridge Integrated College. We offer a quality learning experience for those with gifts and talents, those with a high academic profile and those with special educational needs; indeed we are a school for all the family.

An impressive number of students at New-Bridge Integrated College have achieved the top grades at both GCSE and A-level and we are so proud that our students progress to a range of universities across the UK and Ireland. As an integrated college we value those who are academic and, equally, those whose greatest talents are more practical, athletic or creative.

We have high standards, asking that everyone works and learns to their full potential, helps those around them to do their best too, and develops into a thoughtful, caring member of her or his community. Academic achievement is a principal target but it is also essential that each child can develop his or her self-esteem, self-respect and respect for others. The educational, emotional and social development of our children will be at the heart of the College.

New-Bridge Integrated College is a happy place to learn and work. It is also growing from strength to strength we are a successful over-subscribed school and we are presently awaiting a decision from the Department of Education, relating to increasing our enrolment figure to 100 in each year (20 extra places). If you would like to visit us or have any questions, please feel free to get in touch.

Mrs Anne Anderson
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