Bolton School Girls' Division A GSG School
- Bolton School Girls' Division
Chorley New Road
- Head: Miss Sue Hincks
- T 01204 840201
- F 01204 434710
- E email@example.com
- W www.boltonschool.org
- A mainstream independent school for girls aged from 11 to 18
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Bolton
- Pupils: 770
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £11,508 pa
- Open days: Mid October; sixth form in early November
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- ISI report: View the ISI report
- Linked schools: Bolton School Boys' Division, Bolton School Boys' Division Junior School, Bolton School Junior Girls' School (Hesketh House), Beech House
What the Good Schools Guide says..
‘It’s no ivory tower,’ one parent explained, ‘and nor should it be. After all, we want our children prepared for the wider world.’ Many pupils from industrious business families, and it’s not unusual........
What the school says...
We offer academic excellence at one of the North's pre-eminent schools; outstanding facilities and resources set in 32 acres of grounds; strong extra-curricular and pastoral programmes; an emphasis on developing the whole person; and an inclusive, caring and friendly environment. This is a single-sex school but there are opportunities for co-educational activities with the adjacent Bolton School Boys' Division.
Full fee bursaries from age 11+ and our coach service covering 22 routes ensures pupils are drawn from a wide geographical area. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide says‘It’s no ivory tower,’ one parent explained, ‘and nor should it be. After all, we want our children prepared for the wider world.’ Many pupils from industrious business families, and it’s not unusual.....
Since 2011, Miss Sue Hincks (40s), a graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford, where she achieved a first in modern languages and history. Previously deputy head at The King’s School, Worcester. She enjoys choral singing and walking and is a keen theatre-goer.
This is her first all-girls' environment; she says she is thoroughly enjoying working with such intelligent and feisty girls. Feels that Bolton needs to regain its place alongside the single sex heavyweights in Manchester and wants a school that is very academic but has breadth, and where children leave with fond memories of good times had. Parents