Royal Appointment for Water Polo Boys

Prince William at Bolton School | Royal Visit to Merseyside 2017

Players and staff from Bolton School were thrilled to represent water polo and demonstrate their expertise to Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, during his royal visit to Merseyside. . . . → Read More: Royal Appointment for Water Polo Boys

Pirates Ahoy in Swashbuckling Assembly at Bolton School

Bolton School | Pirates Assembly at Beech House (thumbnail)

An audience of parents and Reception and Year 1 children at Beech House were entertained as Year 2 children celebrated their term’s work on pirates with a colourful pirate-themed assembly that involved singing sea shanties and narrating swashbuckling stories. . . . → Read More: Pirates Ahoy in Swashbuckling Assembly at Bolton School

Boys learn differently

Pupils from All Boy Bolton School

Research and studies suggest these are difficult times to be a boy. Girls tend to perform better than boys academically throughout each key stage of a school career and the gap is widening. Seventy per cent of women now progress to university compared to only 50% of men. I can’t help believing that the dramatic decline in the number of single-sex schools over the past 25 years has directly impacted these statistics. . . . → Read More: Boys learn differently