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Bolton School (Girls Division)
Senior Department
Chorley New Road, BL1 4PB, UK Bolton
+44 (0)1204 840201


At Bolton School we place a high value on academic achievement but also aim to educate the whole person and encourage success in every sphere. We welcome bright, well-motivated girls who are keen to learn.

One of the largest independent girls’ schools in the country, we are able to provide a very broad curriculum. We expect girls to take advantage of the many extra curricular clubs and societies on offer at lunchtimes and after school. Our joint foundation with the Boys’ Division means that we can also provide a wide range of shared activities and facilities whilst enjoying all the advantages of a single sex education.

Our school has a well-deserved reputation for being a friendly place, where girls of all ages and backgrounds mix comfortably and learn tolerance and understanding. In this happy and secure environment, every girl is valued and encouraged to do her best so that she develops into a confident and articulate young woman ready to take her place in the adult world.


All our pupils follow a broad curriculum in the first three years of the Senior School (Key Stage 3). There is a wide choice of subjects at GCSE allowing pupils to maintain a broad academic base for as long as possible. In the Sixth Form, students choose their AS subjects from a list of approximately 30 options. Decisions about subjects to be studied in the Upper Sixth are not made until the end of the Lower Sixth year.

We believe that our girls gain much from taking part in drama and theatre activities: they acquire new knowledge and expertise, as well as developing self-awareness, group skills and confidence.


We are very proud of our Sixth Form. It represents the culmination of all that we hope to achieve in the Girls' Division of Bolton School. Each year our AS and A Level results are amongst the best in the country but we offer much more than just an education. Increasingly, universities and employers are looking for strong interpersonal skills, leadership and evidence of participation in activities outside of the classroom. We take your holistic growth seriously and you will find numerous activities for you to develop your talents and skills.

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