Bolton School Junior Girls

Infant and Junior Schools' Open Evening

Bright, inquisitive children and their parents are invited to attend the Bolton School Infant and Junior Schools' Open Evening, which will take place on:

Thursday 23 April 2020, 4.30pm-6.30pm

The afternoon provides an opportunity for pupils and parents to enjoy guided tours around the Infant (co-educational, 4 to 7 year olds), Junior Girls’ (7 to 11 year olds) and Junior Boys’ (7 to 11 year olds) schools and to meet our teaching staff and pupils. There will be various activities and exhibitions and visitors will be able to learn more about applying to Bolton School. 

We hope you will come along to sample the warm and friendly atmosphere and to learn more about what makes an education at Bolton School so special! 

You do not need to pre-register for this event but you can learn more about our Infant and Junior Schools by calling 01204 840201 or clicking on these links:

Infant School (Beech House)

Junior Girls' School (Hesketh House)

Junior Boys' School (Park Road) 

The Infant and Junior Schools are also open on the whole school open morning held in mid-October.  

Two girls playing chess in the library, with a group of five girls spectating. The white player is shrugging and looking to her audience for help. The black player is smiling confidently as she makes a move.

The Junior Girls' School has produced chess players who compete internationally

A group of 4 girls in elaborate costumes acting for the camera. They are on a stage. A jester in a tunic that is half purple and half black with a 'starburst' collar, wearing a double-pointed jester's cap with bells, has her fists up ready to box against another girl in tattered brown clothing. A fairy wearing a bright orange tutu, white t-shirt and black and orange striped leggings holds up her magic wand. Another girl in a white tunic and brown sleeveless coat is about to start the match.

Girls enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular activities

A girls playing the violin focuses on some music on a stand in front of her. The name of the piece reads 'Hokey Cokey'.

Junior School pupils benefit from specialist subject teachers