Bolton School Senior Boys

Pastoral

  • Overview

    At Bolton School, our approach to Pastoral Care is very simple: we are dedicated to promoting the happiness and wellbeing of every student. Our pastoral care is excellent because we forge positive partnerships with parents and boys to nurture the academic and personal potential in every boy. Our approach to safeguarding is student-centred: when...

  • The Pastoral Leadership Team

    Pastoral Care is the responsibility of every member of staff at Bolton School. We all feel privileged to play a key role in developing the emotional and academic intelligence of our young men. As you would expect from a school that is judged to have excellent pastoral care, one of the key characteristics of our Pastoral Leadership Team is that we...

  • Parental Contact

    In the first instance, parental concerns about the welfare or academic progress of their son should be raised with his Form Teacher. More serious issues may then be referred to the Head of Year or Head of Section. However, in emergencies, or where an issue may be particularly urgent, the Headmaster's Secretary may be a more appropriate...

  • A Parent Reflects

    Having moved to Bolton in 1998 with our three sons, then aged 7 years, 4 years and 8 months old, schooling and choice of school were of paramount importance. As a family we had not been to Bolton itself, but we had heard of Bolton School and how it was a centre of academic excellence. We gathered information about the school and we visited. It...

  • School Council

    The Council System in the Boys' Division has been designed to involve all pupils in the decision making process. Three Councils ensure the fair representation of those in Lower, Middle and Upper Schools. These meet regularly to discuss the concerns of single boys, individual forms, whole year groups and even the larger issues which affect the...