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Friday, 17 March 2017

Gifted Local Pupils Enjoy Bolton School Maths Tuition

Local Maths Tuition - Mr Wrigley with Lostock Primary pupils

Eight talented Year 6 pupils at Lostock Primary School have been enjoying extra Mathematics tuition in after school classes with Bolton School Girls’ Division teachers. Working as a team, Mr Wrigley and Miss Doran have been helping prepare gifted chi...
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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Conference Offers Advice for 'Bad Day at School'

Bad Day at School Conference - delegates and speakers

Bolton School was pleased to host a ‘Bad Day at School’ conference, organised by Ease Training. With a morning that focused on inspection and the impact of current and historic abuse complaints, and an afternoon covering the increasing risk of online...
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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Badminton Star Selected for County Tournament

Lancashire Badminton - Shreya

Shreya Kamath in Year 9 has been selected to represent Lancashire at the prestigious Under 18 Inter County Badminton tournament to be held in Nottingham in April 2017. She has already played for the county and won medals at several tournaments, incl...
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Monday, 13 March 2017

Sixteen Join Lancashire Lacrosse U15s

U15 Lancs Lacrosse 2017.jpg

A large crop of Girls’ Division pupils were selected for the U15 Lancashire Lacrosse A and B teams this year. Sixteen pupils from Years 8 to 10 were chosen following trials. Asmara Stubley in Year 10 was chosen as the Captain of the A team, with her...
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Monday, 13 March 2017

Netball Triumph for U14s

U14 Bolton Schools Netball Tournament Win

The U14 Netball team emerged victorious from a tough final against Turton School in the Bolton Schools’ Netball Tournament. The winning Bolton School team comprised Arabella Barker-Smith, Jessica-Rose Curtis-Walker, Bella Forshaw, Charlotte Hughes, ...
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Friday, 10 March 2017

Seeing Inside - Free Medical Imaging Lecture

Dr Heather Williams

On Monday 27th March 2017 at 7.00pm, Bolton School will host a free lecture from Senior Medical Physicist Dr Heather Williams on “Seeing Inside - Imaging the Structure and Function of the Human Body”. Members of the public are invited to join Bolton...
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Thursday, 9 March 2017

Paralympians' Massage Therapist Encourages Athletes

Sally Barker - Sport Massage Therapist

Gifted and talented sports pupils were encouraged to follow their passion in a talk from Sally Barker, the Director of SB Sports Massage and Rehabilitation: the company which she set up after training in sports massage therapy. She began her talk wi...
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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Christie Boost from Girls’ Christmas Fundraiser

Y10 Christie's Cheque Presentation - Cheque Handover

Bolton School Year 10 girls’ Christmas Post, which sees Forms compete against one another to raise funds for charity, raised over £1,000 for the Christie Charitable Fund.   A delighted Howard Newall, Community Fundraising Officer for Christie’s, col...
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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Schools Together Conference Measures Partnerships’ Impact

Headmaster Philip Britton opens the Schools Together Conference at Bolton School

Following on from the inaugural Schools Together conference in November 2016 in London, the second meeting, held at Bolton School, focused on measuring the impact of partnerships between state and independent schools.   Philip Britton, Headmaster of...
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Thursday, 2 March 2017

Literary Celebrations for 20th World Book Day

World Book Day - Big Book Bake Off

Pupils in the Boys’ and Girls’ Divisions got into the spirit of World Book Day, which this year celebrates its twentieth anniversary, with lots of literary activities around School. Library staff hid ‘Not Lost, Found!’ books around the Senior School...
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