Bolton School Boys' Division Junior School A GSG School
- Bolton School Boys' Division Junior School
- Head: Mrs Faulkner
- T 01204 434735
- F 01204 410073
- E firstname.lastname@example.org
- W www.boltonscho…org/juniorboys
- A mainstream independent school for boys aged from 7 to 11
- Boarding: No
- Local authority: Bolton
- Pupils: 210
- Religion: Non-denominational
- Fees: £9,204 pa
- Open days: October; private tours can be organised.
- Review: View the Good Schools Guide Review
- Linked schools: Bolton School Boys' Division, Bolton School Junior Girls' School (Hesketh House), Bolton School Girls' Division, Beech House
What the Good Schools Guide says..
One lad says he’d like more freedom but he’s shouted down: ‘I think most of the rules are really sensible.’ ‘And remember that we make a lot of the rules ourselves through the school council.’ The orderly library buzzes in...
What the school says...
This is a warm and friendly school that allows individuals to flourish in a challenging and purposeful learning environment. We offer a first class education for boys, focussed on developing skills and talents across a wide spectrum of academic and extra-curricular activities.
Boys have access to a highly motivated, dedicated and professional staff team, who ensure the needs of each boy are met, and seek to develop boys as caring and considerate individuals able to move forward into senior school with confidence. ...Read more
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What The Good Schools Guide saysOne lad says he’d like more freedom but he’s shouted down: ‘I think most of the rules are really sensible.’ ‘And remember that we make a lot of the rules ourselves through the school council.’ The orderly library buzzes in squeaky hubbub. (The one thing these boys still need to learn is not to talk over each other.) A pause. ‘Yeah, I suppose. Yeah, actually there’s nothing I’d change.’ The mums we met couldn’t think of anything either…
Since April 2015, Mrs Susan Faulkner, who had been deputy head at the school since 2011. A Durham University graduate, she has also taught at Stonyhurst Junior School and was a deputy head for six years before joining Bolton School.
If your child is already at Bolton Infants’ School (known as Beech House), they’ll automatically be offered a place