Results
Friday Gentle
10.00am
Director: Annabel Burrows
Friday Afternoon
1.45pm
Director: Bernard Themis
Friday Evening
Director: Bernard Themis
Thursday Afternoon
1.45pm
Director: Richard Banbury
Wednesday Gentle
1.45pm
Director: Marietta Andree
Weds Evening Learning Duplicate
Director: Margaret Page
Wednesday Evening
7.30pm
Director: Richard Banbury
Tuesday Learning Duplicate
Director: Simon Whiteside
Tuesday Afternoon
1.45pm
Director: Pip Smitham
Calendar
Fri 20th Jul 2018
Supervised Play
10.00am
Director: Lyn & Glen
Host: No Host
Fri 20th Jul 2018
Friday Evening
7.30pm
Director: Bernard
Host: Maureen Dennison
Sat 21st Jul 2018
Bernard Magee Penalty Doubles
10.00am
Sun 22nd Jul 2018
Sunday Coffee & Cakes
2.30pm
Director: Maxine
Host: Marian Stuart
Mon 23rd Jul 2018
Planning the Play in Suit Contracts (1&2)
10.00am
Director: Tim
Host: Rosemary Iveson
Mon 23rd Jul 2018
Monday Afternoon
1.45pm
Director: Sally
Host: Ron Reising
Mon 23rd Jul 2018
Monday Evening
7.30pm
Director: Karen
Host: Wanted
Tue 24th Jul 2018
Learning Duplicate
10.00am
Director: Simon
Host: Kirsty Platts
Tue 24th Jul 2018
Tuesday Afternoon
1.45pm
Director: Maxine
Host: Choo Wu
Book for Aug 2018 Junior Bridge Camp

Monday- Thursday mornings  10am-12pm

August 6th–9th & 13th-16th

No card play experience necessary

Richmond Bridge Club's professional teachers, supported by club members, will be on hand to introduce young players to the game

Come to as many sessions as you like

Bring a friend too! 

[Parents and Grandparents Welcome]

Both Minibridge and Bridge available to cater for all abilities

To find out more about the game please have a look at this

This video on Youtube  is also a fun way to see what the game is all about.

Bridge is a "skill" which counts towards your Duke of Edinburgh Award

Certificates can also be awarded under the English Bridge Union's Junior Award Scheme

Bridge is not only about having fun - Its a perfect fit for what OFSTED looks for in schools, ranked as outstanding

From the Ofsted School Inspection Handbook

"Pupils love the challenge of learning and are resilient to failure.

They are curious, interested learners who seek out and use new information to develop, consolidate and deepend their knowledge understanding and skills.

They thrive in lessons and also regularly take up opportunities to learn through extra-curricular activities"

Quotes from teachers

"You cannot fail to see children's cognitive developmentas they play the game of starter bridge.

The skills are complex and their need to develop their reasoning skills and deep thinking is crucial" [Primary School Head Teacher]

"It will be a good vehicle for developing cognitive and problem solving skills; both are key to the new Maths syllabus" [Year 7 Maths Teacher]

Please also see the club's Safeguarding Policy 

Learn with us at Richmond and then why not try out the national Junior Teach-In Aug 31st-Sep 2nd 

Richmond Bridge Club runs a wide variety of lessons- Mums and Dads, why not come along and try out bridge as a game to play with your children 

Please complete the booking form if you would like more information or intend to come

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