"That discipline and focus really impacted my athletic career with mountain biking, and with other aspects of everyday life too. I am very grateful to Bolton School for contributing to this solid foundation. "

Chris Eatough, World Champion at Mountain Bike Endurance and Old Boy

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A-Level PE Thriving

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

This year’s A-Level PE set has reached its highest numbers since it began seven years ago, with twenty-two students studying the subject this year.

There are currently nine Year 13 students taking PE through to A2 after the summer’s excellent AS results. In addition, thirteen Year 12 pupils have opted to study this accredited and challenging A-Level, which includes practical assessments and theoretical studies in Physiology, Psychology and Sociology.

Mr Johnson, who is Head of PE in the Boys' Division, said, “I am delighted with the numbers the subject has attracted this year. It has been very pleasing to see the subject grow over the years. Also, we are delighted that we now have three girls coming over to study the subject with our boys.”

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This year

This year's A-Level PE students and their teachers