Bolton School Nursery

Bolton School Nursery Celebrates 20 Years

  • Nursery 20th Birthday (1)
  • Nursery 20th Birthday cake cutting
  • Nursery 20th Birthday (5)
  • Nursery 20th Birthday cakes
  • Nursery 20th Birthday (3)
  • Nursery 20th Birthday drinks
  • Nursery 20th Birthday (4)
  • Nursery 20th Birthday balloons
  • Nursery 20th Birthday (2)

Children, staff and parents enjoyed a special Saturday morning party as Bolton School Nursery celebrated its twentieth birthday!

There were traditional children’s games, a raffle and lots of lovely treats as guests enjoyed al fresco festivities whilst raising funds for the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. 

Infant School Head, Mrs Tracey Taylor, said: “It was a wonderful morning, the sun shone and children and adults enjoyed a lovely occasion. Most children progress from the Nursery into our Infant School and then on into our Junior and Senior Schools. Over its twenty year existence, the Nursery has gone from strength to strength and there is always a waiting list of parents wishing to enrol their children. When it was last inspected, it was awarded the top judgement of being ‘outstanding’ in all categories by the Independent Schools’ Inspectorate (ISI). We look forward to the next twenty years!”

 

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