Alderman Bolton Primary School is a community primary school in Latchford, Warrington for children of five to eleven years of age. There is also a nursery as part of our Foundation Stage, which offers part-time education to children who are between three and four years old. There are 420 places in the main school and 30 full-time equivalent places in the nursery.
The children come from a variety of social and cultural backgrounds. Wherever possible, the school will accommodate children with disabilities. We value children in their own right and show respect for their values and religious beliefs.
Our aims are:
- To maintain a safe, happy and pleasant environment.
- To involve all pupils in a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum.
- To help each child achieve his/her potential.
- To develop high quality teaching and learning.
- To work in partnership with children, their parents/carers, governors and the community.
- To expect and encourage high standards of behaviour.
- To ensure school is a place where all children have equal opportunity to develop spiritual, moral and social well being.
- To support the work of the school by effective management of finances, curriculum, resources, administration and personnel.