"I can’t recommend this school highly enough. I have seen my three boys pass through the Boys’ Division and all have achieved outstandingly well."

Parent, Senior Boys' School

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School Council

The School Council, a body elected and run by the girls themselves, meets twice a term to discuss ideas and concerns under the guidance of Mrs Head. Forty-two girls, representing the views of every form in the school, sit on the Council which is chaired by the Head Girl. Items for the agenda come mainly from the girls although sometimes staff may ask for a proposal to be discussed. The Council's recommendations are discussed with the Headmistress and Staff.  

The Council is a valuable way for students to take responsibility for their role within the Bolton School community.

Finance for the day-to-day running of the Council and for special projects is provided by The Parents' Association; we are grateful for their support.

Senior Girl - Head Girl

Responsible for chairing the School Council, the Head Girl.