Bolton School Senior Boys

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  • The Tempest - Joint Production 2018

    Wednesday 14 to Saturday 17 March 2017, 7.00pm  Bolton School Arts Centre  On a distant island a man waits. Robbed of his position, power and wealth, his enemies have left him in isolation. But this is no ordinary man and this is no ordinary island. Prospero is a magician, able to control the very elements and bend nature to his will. When a...

  • School to Help with Recruitment of Maths and Physics Teachers

    Bolton School is to become a partner school and hub in a new Department for Education (DfE) drive to recruit more teachers in shortage subject areas. The new National Maths and Physics SCITT (School-Centred Initial Teacher Training) and the National Modern Foreign Languages SCITT, which launched last September, are at the forefront of a DfE...

  • School Hosts The Royal Statistical Society William Guy Lecture

    Society and teenagers – How statistics reveal the changes in young people’s lives through the last century Monday 5th March 2018, 7.00pm Bolton School Girls’ Division Great Hall Bolton School will host The Royal Statistical Society William Guy Lecture 2018, which will be given by Jeff Ralph from the Office for National Statistics. Members of the...

  • Mass Observation Project with RoughHouse Theatre

    As part of their 2017/18 School Residency Programme, RoughHouse Theatre will develop a brand new piece of verbatim theatre about Boltonians, played by Boltonians, with material generated by the School community and the wider Bolton community. Using the 1937 Mass Observation project that originated in Bolton as a starting point, the theatre company...

  • Book Illustrates History of the Girls' Division

    Pride in the Past; confidence in the future A new book by Bolton School Archivist and Governor Eric Fairweather offers a full chronological history of the Girls' Division. The 164-page book was produced at the request of the Headmistress, Sue Hincks, to mark the centenary of the Girls' Division at Chorley New Road in 2015, and records the...

  • School to Host 2017-18 Historical Association Lectures

    Bolton School Girls’ Division will once again host the forthcoming academic year’s Historical Association (Bolton Branch) lectures. The presentations will take place in the Sutcliffe Studio at 7.30pm in the Girls’ Division. Entry is free for Historical Association members (and Bolton School pupils and staff), and £4 for non-members. The full...

  • New Winwick Bus Route for School

    Bolton School will run a new bus route from September for children wishing to travel from the Winwick and North Warrington area. The new route will pick up from, and deliver to, The Swan Inn at the junction of Winwick Link Road and the A49.  The new route complements the nearby and popular Culcheth pick-up as well as another 21 routes across the...

  • Promote Your Business at Bolton School

    A new opportunity has arisen for businesses to promote their offers around the perimeter of some of the sports fields at Bolton School. With regular mid-week and weekend fixtures against the North West's top schools and popular events for the local community, advertisers are guaranteed a captive audience of independent and state school parents. A...

  • Bolton School Prints For Sale

    The Boys' Division Parents' Association is delighted to offer for sale three limited edition prints showing scenes of Bolton School. The prints make excellent souvenirs and gifts for past and current pupils, parents, staff and friends of the School.  There are 3 prints. Print A - Bolton School montage (565mm x 390mm, approx A3 in size) -...

  • School's 80 Acre Classroom

    Lots of schools endeavour to provide outdoor activities for their pupils but few can boast their own fully equipped adventure learning centre. Bolton School can, in the shape of Patterdale Hall, which is idyllically situated in an 80 acre estate on the southern shore of Lake Ullswater and comes with its own qualified instructors and domestic...

  • 100 Inspiring Minds

    During 2015-16, we will be profiling some of the most inspiring and influential people from Bolton School’s history. Some of those profiled will have made an impact on society, shaping our businesses and communities, and some have devoted their lifelong careers to the School and its pupils. From May 2015 onwards, a new profile of an inspiring...

  • Sports Fixtures

    See the latest sports fixtures by clicking here to our Downloads page and scrolling down to the "Sports Fixtures" section.

  • Lord Sebastian Coe and Sir Philip Craven Talk Olympics

    Old Boy Sir Philip Craven, President of the International Paralympic Association brought his friend Lord Sebastian Coe back to Bolton School.  Together they discussed the Olympic and Paralympic legacy for the North-West of England at the School's prestigious annual Tillotson Lecture.  They were joined by Old Boy and London 2012 hopeful Daniel...

  • Bolton School Blogs

    Blogging has become an integral part of life at Bolton School. Whilst some teachers and departments have been posting blogs for some time, recently the whole concept has mushroomed and a large community of bloggers - old and new - is now coordinated under one site, boltonschool.me.  Each part of the School has their own blog pages - the Infants,...

  • Pictorial History of the Boys Division is Launched

    A new pictorial history book of the Boys' Division has been launched by the two authors, David Shaw and Charles Winder, at an Old Boys' lunch held at the School.  The book, Bolton Boys in Focus, is a collection of photos from 1875-2010 and shows the startling range of activities and events that the boys have been involved in over the years.   The...

  • Sir Ian McKellen Visits

    Sir Ian McKellen attended Bolton School from 1951-58 and was Captain (Head Boy) of the School from 1957-58. Sir Ian holds fond memories of his time at Bolton School where his love of acting was first inspired.  He recently visited the School to put his name to the drama studio - the McKellen Studio Theatre.       He then sat in on a...

  • Assembly Favourites CD

    A new CD has been launched featuring Michael Pain playing sixteen much-loved Assembly Favourites on the organ in Bolton School Boys' Division's Great Hall.  The CD features many favourites of the boys, both current pupils and Old Boltonians, including Come, Holy Ghost, Bach's God's Time is Best, Handel's Aria, Verdi's Grand March "Aida", Gothic...

  • Directions to Away Sporting Venues

    This section of the website replaces the popular booklet, 'How to get lost on a Saturday', and contains the definitive list of directions to the schools played by Bolton School teams. Click on the links for directions from the schools' own websites, where available, and also zoom-able OS maps from Multimap. Altrincham Marlborough Road,...