Bolton by Bowland CE Primary School

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Charity Events 2016


Currently the children are collecting for the annual BBC Children in Need appeal.

The children collected for the annual Royal British Legion Poppy appeal.

Buddies, school children and parents gathered together to hold a ramble for the BBC Countryfile Children In Need 2016 recently.  They walked to King Henry Mews through our lovely village.  Sponsorship money raised so far is in excess of £200.00  Well done to all who took part

Roald Dahl Week

To celebrate the 100th birthday of Roald Dahl the children had a scrumpulicious school meal, had a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory lesson, went to the cinema to see BFG and dressed up in their favourite Dahl character.


Fairtrade Breakfast

The School Council recently organized a Fairtrade Breakfast for all our parents, siblings, children, governors and staff.  The event was a huge success with lots of people attending.  They were served healthy cereals and muesli which was followed by yoghurt, fruit, toast and jam - all Fairtrade or local products.

The aim of the Breakfast was to raise awareness of Fairtrade and to help children and adults think responsibly about where food comes from and who produces it. 


Regular Events


School will  open for Breakfast Club at 8.00  every morning.

After school club from 3.30 - 5.30 Monday - Thursday inclusive. This includes Football on and Cookery on Tuesday.

We also have 'Wake up and Shake' every Wednesday morning.   All the children enjoy a 15 minute dance and exercise class to prepare them for the school day. 

Wednesday afternoons are sports lessons.

Swimming lessons will being in April 2017.

British Values


In addition to our school gospel values, and in line with the DfE’s expectation that schools “promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs”, children at Bolton by Bowland Primary School also experience:

Democracy – Every pupil in the school votes for their School council representative each year. The school council then meets termly with Mrs Towler to discuss ideas for lesson, activities, resources and charity work. Children are regularly involved in the decision making process. Examples include being invited to take part in the school development planning day, reviewing the school mission statement, designing play areas in the school and choosing a half-termly topic to study.

The Rule of Law – children are all aware of the school rules, they learn, through these, about rights and responsibilities, and understand why rules are in place and that the breaking of rules has consequences

Individual Liberty – linked to one of our core values (independence).

All of our pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning and behaviour. Through PSHE and RE children also learn about the importance of making sensible choices and the effects choices can have on their lives and the lives of others.

Mutual Respect – this is linked to our key school values and is reinforced throughout school by the way children and staff treat each other, within school, and within the wider community.

Tolerance of Those of Different Faiths and Beliefs – this is linked to one of our core school values (belief).

Children learn about other faiths regularly through RE and PSHE. As a school we actively look for ways to enhance children’s understanding and tolerance of others, such as by inviting visitors of other faiths into school and developing a programme of visits to other places of worship.

We appreciate that our children experience what could be described as a ‘monoculture’ in this school, and consequently we ensure that our children are exposed to other faiths and cultures on a regular basis.

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Public Sector Equalities Duty


In April 2011 the Public Sector Equality Duty came into force in England, Scotland and Wales. All public bodies have a duty to ensure that people with certain characteristics are protected from discrimination. The eight protected characteristics/groups are:

  • age (not applicable to pupils in school)
  • Disability
  • Sex
  • Gender reassignment
  • Race
  • Pregnancy and maternity
  • Religion or belief
  • Sexual orientation

In line with our duties under the Equalities Act we have assessed our existing practices in relation to quality and considered objectives to help us to further improve.Also all school policies will be assessed for compliance with the new equality legislation when they are reviewed or new policies are introduced.

Equal Opportunities Policy