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Total raised for Charity



Students and staff came together to raise money through a range of activities throughout this school year. Thank you to everyone involved.

Welcome Year 6

Mr GledhornWe strive to make the transition from Year 6 to Bilton School as smooth and positive as possible for new students and their parents/carers. During the Summer term, we aim to meet every young person at their primary school to introduce ourselves and start to get to know them individually. We also liaise with their primary school teachers and collect information which aids us when allocating teaching groups. Students are invited to two induction days when they will take part in various activities and sample lessons to allow them to get to know us and us, them. For 2017, the induction will be held on Monday 10th July and Tuesday 11th July from 8.50am to 3.20pm each day. Students should arrive at school at 8.40am on both days to go to Kay Hall next to the main school reception.

In addition, there will be a meeting on Tuesday 11th July from 6pm – 7.30pm in the Hall for parents/carers and students to meet Form tutors. This will take the form of short presentations from Mr Samra the Executive Headteacher and Mr Gleghorn the Head of Year 7 and will be an opportunity for students to spend some time in form rooms with their form tutor. Members of our PTA will also attend the evening and will be happy to talk to you about the valuable work they do for the school and how you can become involved. We cannot wait to meet all parents, carers and pupils!

Mr Gleghorn

Year 6 Big Read

On induction day Year 6 will be issued with a copy of The Goldfish Boy - a brilliant novel that everyone will enjoy. It's simple: read the novel, complete the review postcard and bring the book and the postcard back to school by Christmas and hand in at the library!

Click on the button to listen to staff and students read chapters of the book.

The Goldfish Boy



Frequently Asked Questions


Kyra (Abbots Farm Junior School)

Question: “Will I be in the same House as my brother?”

Answer: Yes we will keep siblings in the same House.

Joel (Bilton Junior School)

Question: “Do you have a homework club at Bilton School?”

Answer: Yes, every day in the library from 3.05pm-4.05pm, everyone is welcome.

Arthur (Bilton Junior School)

Question: “Do you play contact rugby in Yr7?”

Answer: Yes all boys and girls rugby at Bilton School will be contact based

Jessica (Boughton Leigh School)

Question: “Do you have buddy on your first day at Bilton, so you don’t get lost?”

Answer: “No you will not have buddy, but you will move to all your lessons with your tutor group”

Mya (Cawston Grange Primary School)

Question: “Do we have to bring a packed lunch on the transition days?”

Answer: “Yes, we ask that all pupils bring a packed lunch on both transition days”

Jack (Cawston Grange Primary School)

Question: “Can we eat anywhere in the school at lunch time?”

Answer: At lunch time we ask all pupils to eat their lunch in the canteen, we have a KS3 canteen and a separate KS4 canteen.

Sarah (Henry Hinde Junior School)

Question: “What happens if I forget my pencil case? Will I get a detention?”

Answer: Your form tutor will check every morning you have your correct equipment, if you have forgot something your form tutor will lend you the correct equipment. You will only get a detention if you continue to forget your equipment.

Ben (Henry Hinde Junior School)

Question: “What is a form tutor?”

Answer: You form tutor is your first point of call, you will meet with your form tutor ever morning before you attend your lessons. Form tutors will check you planner and equipment every morning and make sure you are ready for the day.

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