Confident Individuals——————Responsible Citizens—————–Successful Learners—————Effective Contributors
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Our ever changing Eco-Warriors notice board.
Eco Club renovating the fire circle.
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Re-enacting the Great Fire of London
On behalf of the children, staff, parents and governors a very warm welcome to Bolshaw Primary School’s website. We are a friendly, successful school, committed to the highest possible standards of learning and teaching within a nurturing, caring environment.  We take pride in our core values and school aims that help children set high aspirations for themselves in life; enabling them to develop a love of learning and a determination to succeed. Encouraging children to be confident, independent, believe in themselves and have respect for one another is at the heart of everything we do. We are proud of every child here at Bolshaw and we believe in ‘going the extra mile’ for every one of them. As you explore our website, we hope you will gain an insight into just what makes Bolshaw unique and what ‘that extra mile’ looks like in action.

In-Service Day Friday 4th October – School Closed

Is your child due to start school in September 2020? Please join us for an open afternoon/evening on Tuesday 15th October. Please call us to book in.

On Tuesday 18th July 2017 we had our Ofsted school inspection.

Please click here to read our Ofsted report.

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This term at FOREST SCHOOL we have been taking inspiration from

'The Magic of the Stick!'

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Just before Christmas our School Choir visited our local hospice

St Ann's to sing carols and hymns.




Our Mathlete of the week is Raheem.

Click on the Mathletics link to find out which Bolshaw pupils are in the top 100 WORLD and UK students.

Click her to read our latest Ofsted Report.

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Children were joined by the NSPCC to learn about how all children have a right to be safe. They took apart in an NSPCC assembly and workshops which delivered key safeguarding messages to ensure our pupils know what abuse is in all its forms, how to keep themselves safe and to ensure they can identify someone to speak to if they are worried about anything. The NSPCC and  Childline Assembly and workshops empowered our children: helping them understand abuse and giving them the confidence to speak out and seek help if they ever need it.   image

This term our Year 6 children are delivering their own assemblies to all our junior children. The process of this activity has helped develop the children's skills in: creative thinking, information processing, enquiry, reasoning, problem solving, self-awareness, managing feelings, motivation, empathy, evaluation, social skills and communication.

Click here to watch some of their assemblies on their chosen topics.


Our Learning Council are now leading our Achievement Assembly on a Friday morning.

Click on the link below to find out who has been presented with one of Bolshaw's

achievement awards this week.

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Exploring outside in the autumn leaves.