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Hayward School
Lever Edge Lane, BL3 3HH, UK Bolton
+44 (0)1204 333222


At Hayward we aim to:

  • foster intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual development.
  • provide homework to support and extend classroom learning.
  • provide a happy and stimulating environment in which to encourage learning and general development.
  • provide opportunities for pupils to promote the development of responsible citizenship and enable them to take their place as informed adults in society.
  • provide an effective curriculum for every child in the light of their individual needs.
  • enable all children to develop the values which will guide them through the difficult decisions they will have to make in adult life.
  • enable pupils to enter the world of work, further or higher education, as well-prepared, caring, contributing, participating and independent members of society.
  • pursue these aims through institutional structures which avoid social, racial, gender and academic barriers.


All pupils have access to the school’s facilities. In their time at Hayward pupils can expect to use:

  • the latest technology available in school, in all areas of the curriculum
  • the full range of sports facilities, including extensive playing fields, an all-weather pitch, a gymnasium, a modern sports’ hall and tennis courts
  • the Study Support Centre, incorporating a well-stocked library and ICT facilities. The library is open for all pupils, though we set aside times for particular year groups to use this facility.
The school minibus is used for a number of events and activities, for example transporting school teams, the steel band and taking pupils on trips and visits.

Pupils are encouraged to make full use of the facilities and to develop a sense of being part of the Hayward Community.


The Key Stage 3 curriculum

Pupils study the full range of subjects in Lower School. These include: English, Mathematics, Science, a Modern Foreign Language (French or German) - pupils who show a high level of ability in languages will go on to study both French and German in years 8 and 9, Design Technology, including Design and Realisation, Graphic Products, Food Technology, Textiles Technology and Electronics, History, Geography, R.E, Information Communications Technology, P.E., Art, Drama, Music and PSHE, including Citizenship.

At Hayward we believe that we go beyond simply fulfilling the requirements of the National Curriculum. We take great care to develop the potential of every individual child. We consider homework to be part of learning. All learning is enriched by other activities, including trips and membership of clubs, societies and teams.

Moving on from Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 4

Towards the end of Year 9 all pupils are made aware of the opportunities for study available to them in Years 10 and 11 (Key Stage 4). They are guided towards the most appropriate courses for them, according to their abilities and interests.

All pupils study courses in English, Mathematics, Science, a Technology and a Modern Foreign Language as required by the National Curriculum. In addition, other courses offered include:

Art & Design, Art 3-D, Art Textiles, Business Studies, CAD/CAM, Drama, French, Geography, German, History, Home Economics - Childcare, Information Systems, Music, P.E. (G.C.S.E.), Statistics and Design Technology, including Resistant Materials, Graphic Products, Food Technology and Textiles Technology.

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