Y1 and Y2 children at Beech House were disappointed when poor weather meant their Sports Day was...
Welcome to Beech House
Welcome to Beech House – a state-of-the-art infant school where high standards, a warm, family atmosphere and an emphasis on fun go hand in hand.
At Beech House, Bolton School's Infant School for 4-7 year olds, we aim to give all our pupils a confident, happy start to school life. We offer bright children the opportunity to develop their individual talents in a secure, caring environment where they enjoy the very latest facilities and technology whilst benefiting from our best traditions of high standards of care and achievement.
We value the different experiences and personalities of our children and enjoy watching them grow and progress through Bolton School. Our latest inspection report in 2016 assessed our EYFS teaching as being “outstanding”.
We firmly believe that every child has talents and we try to provide as wide a variety of activities as possible so that every child can experience success. Our curriculum is carefully planned to give our children the skills and knowledge they need to become responsible, thoughtful young people.
Beech House children move, at the age of seven, to Hesketh House, our Girls' Junior School or to Park Road, our Boys' Junior School. Links between the departments are strong.
Please come and visit us to see for yourself our very special school.
Mrs Tracey Taylor
Head of the Infant School
- RT @Boltonoutdoor: Boys had a few laps at the bottom of the hope line @GFBTrails for some it was a chance to learn a few important skills, for others is was an opportunity to show what they can do. The key was always to ride within their ability. @BoltonSchool @Philip_Britton https://t.co/xVoUQMmcLy about 1 hours ago
- RT @winstanley_mrs: Another group from @ParkRoadJuniors trialling for the water polo squad tonight . Good luck Y5! @WaterpoloBS https://t.co/xJWfXJznjE about 2 hours ago
- RT @Richardbishop: @dmgrattons @BoltonSchool @Tiredteacher14 @storm_imaging @diane_rugbymum @Philip_Britton It was great to read your tweet. My parents struggled to pay for me to attend. I only realised how much of a struggle after I left. It gave me a great start in life, for which I'll always be grateful. about 2 hours ago
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