"Bravo to all at the School, and heartiest thanks for their genuine devotion to our children and their futures. If there were to be one example for all schools to be modelled upon, Bolton School would be the natural choice."

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Junior Boys' Latest News

This page is updated regularly to keep you up to date with all the breaking news from the Junior Boys' Division.

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Thursday, 25 May 2017

Alumni Share Careers with Year 6

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The annual Junior Careers Carousel brought together Park Road and Hesketh House pupils at the Junior Girls’ School for an afternoon spent learning all about a variety of different jobs. Four alumni gave their time to speak to Year 6 boys and girls ab...
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Thursday, 18 May 2017

Mass for Peace at Bolton Parish Church

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Junior School pupils supported the Friends of Bolton School Choir during a special performance at Bolton Parish Church. The theme of the concert was peace and war, with ‘The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace’ at the heart of the programme. Parents and frie...
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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Teachers Perform Lunchtime Concert

Lunchtime Concert Miss Ormerod Flute

Miss Ormerod and Mrs Ives took to the stage, accompanied by Mrs Hall-Smith, to give a delightful Lunchtime Concert. Around twenty-five boys attended the concert. Miss Ormerod played two movements of a suite by Handel on the recorder to start the con...
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Friday, 5 May 2017

Boys’ Success in 500 Word Essay Competition


Nineteen Junior Boys’ School pupils at Bolton School have made it to the next round of judging in Chris Evans and BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words writing competition. In order to take part, entrants had to write a short story of no more than 500 words. This...
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Friday, 28 April 2017

Joint Cross Country League Win for Juniors

Shared Cross Country League Win Junior Boys and Girls

At the recent Bolton Schools’ Cross Country Championships, the results of the League competition from earlier in the year were announced. There are four League events in total, and at each event, the top four runners’ positions count towards the tea...
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Monday, 24 April 2017

Bolton School Hosts AJIS Proms

AJIS Proms Orchestra

Eighty pupils from nineteen independent schools across the North West, including the Junior Boys’ and Junior Girls’ Schools, came together in the Girls’ Division Great Hall to form an orchestra. They had just one day to practise before putting on the...
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Thursday, 30 March 2017

Junior Boys Herald Spring with Concert

Spring Concert

The Junior Boys welcomed the new season with a wonderful array of music at their Spring Concert, held in the Boys’ Division Great Hall. The evening was opened by the Percussion Ensemble performing ‘A Little Taste of Latin’ and ‘Biscuit Boys Drum Lin...
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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Boys and Parents Raise Money to Fight Breast Cancer

RBH Breast Unit Donation - Cheque Presentation

Junior Boys at Bolton School joined forces with their parents at the school’s Christmas Fair to raise £1,350 for the Breast Unit at the Royal Bolton Hospital (RBH). Motivated by School Secretary and Old Girl Mrs Kate Iddon being diagnosed with breast...
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Monday, 13 March 2017

Seniors Entertain Juniors

The four senior pupils played outstandingly and were warmly received by the junior school audience

A lunchtime audience of fifty junior boys at Bolton School enjoyed a concert performed by four senior boys, three of whom were former pupils at the junior school and all of whom were winners of their sections in the recent Senior School Young Musicia...
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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Schoolchildren Are Taken to the Moon

Google Expeditions - Junior School pupils discovered virtual locations together

Infants and Juniors at Bolton School have enjoyed a thrilling range of adventures which included visiting the Milky Way, the centre of a volcano, the Borneo rainforest, the Seven Wonders of the World and a journey back in time to Anglo-Saxon Britain,...
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