Bolton School Senior Girls

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  • Prof Alice Roberts
  • Hallie Rubenhold
  • UN & Climate Change
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  • Dr Joyce Tyldesley Old Girl Nefertiti lecture
  • Synthetic Biology Dr Jack Heal (1)

Arts and Sciences Enrichment Lectures

Bolton School Girls’ Division regularly hosts Arts and Sciences Enrichment Lectures. These evening events are free and open to the public. Refreshments are available from 6.30pm and parking is available in the Girls’ Division Quad (signposted on the night). You can subscribe here to receive reminder emails about forthcoming enrichment lectures.

If you would like more information, or to book a place for one of our talks, please contact our coordinators for academic enrichment:

Arts: Mrs J Hone (jhone@boltonschool.org)
Sciences: Mr B Ickringill (bickringill@boltonschool.org)

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2021/22 Lectures:

Our Perspectives Lectures, given by former pupils, remained virtual but open to the public. You can catch up on the events here:

Insights on Architecture from Alumni

Perspectives on Healthcare Careers

Alumnae Offer Creative Industries Perspective

Old Girls Talk Careers in Sport

We also ran the inaugural Platt Fisher Lecture which was open to the general public:

Learning from Living

2020/21 Lectures:

As a result of Covid, no lectures took place in this academic year. However, the Girls' Division did host, virtually, an interesting selection of Perspectives talks featuring former pupils. Like the Arts and Science lectures, these too were open to the general public.

A Female Perspective on Ambition and Leadership - Sally-Anne Huang

Careers in Journalism

Careers in Fashion

Careers in Engineering 

Follow the links below to read recaps of previous Enrichment Evenings, or visit the Gallery to view photos from these events.

2019/20 Lectures:

2018/19 Lectures:

2017/18 Lectures:

2016/17 Lectures: