Congratulations to Nicole in year 8 who has written and illustrated her own book which has been published.
Take a look at the fabulous work created by our Year 7 and Year 8 artists.
Year 11, 12 and 13 Art and Photography students enjoyed a great visit to the Tate Modern Art Gallery in London this week.
Several of our students have had their photographs selected for the Rugby Rotary Young Photographer Exhibition at the Floor One Gallery at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
We really pleased to announce that so far we have raised an amazing £1084.08 for Hope 4 through our festive fundraiser.
The 6th form art and photography students have been working incredibly hard in order to ensure the election mural was finished on time!
The 6th form Photography students enjoyed a fantastic trip to Compton Verney to visit the Magnum Manifesto exhibition.
Year 8 students have been working on a mini project on the theme of paint and texture.
Year 7 have been working extremely hard on their drawing project.
Thank you to all who came to our PTA Big Quiz Night!
On Friday, a group of Year 10 students from both Southam College and Bilton school visited the World Skills Show at the NEC, Birmingham.
Southam College hosted the Faraday Challenge introduced by the IET, where 36 Year 8 students from Bilton, Kineton and Southam College competed.
The Technology department would like to say a huge thank you to the School PTA for donating £300 for new Food Technology equipment.
Year 9's had a great time at Compton Verney Art Gallery this week.
Bilton School welcomed Samantha from Cancer Research UK to attend their assembly to receive a cheque for £5160.13 raised by pupils and staff from the Race For Life completed in the summer term.
The Art Department would like to say a huge thank you to the PTA who have donated £900 for 3 new Canon Digital SLR cameras for our Photography students to use.
Bilton School celebrated another set of excellent 'A' Levels this year with 77% of students gaining A*-C grades and a 100% A*-E pass rate.
Bilton sweeps the board at The Rugby Rotary Young Artist Competition!
This morning Bilton School held its annual business breakfast meeting and careers fair. The event was well attended by over 25 exhibitors including local colleges, training providers and employers.
Year 7 were set the home learning project of 'pattern' for the summer term.
On the 26th June 2019, 24 Bilton pupils performed at the Belgrade Theatre as part of Highly Sprung's Physical Fellowship.
Year 7 and 8 partied the night away and raised over £200 for the school in the process!
This week, eight of our Think Higher students took part in a Sport's Discovery Day at Warwick University and Coventry University.
Today Year 7 and 8 students took part in a campus challenge with Warwick University.
Staff and sixth formers at Bilton were very happy to bake and eat cake for charity! The competition was fierce, and the cake was thoroughly tested - some more than once...!
Thank you to our visitors Rachael and Jemal from Migrant Help, who have presented a very informative talk to our 9 , 12 and 13 students on Who are Migrant Help and getting the story straight: Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
Mr Chambers and Mrs Parker from the PTA would like to say a huge thank you to Kelly G in year 10 who organised a sports fundraising event for the school. Kelly arranged the event independently and enrolled fellow students to take part and gather sponsorship money. Together they raised £71 for the School PTA.
That's fantastic Kelly, thank you on behalf of all the PTA!
Our special guest David Moorcroft gave an inspirational speech to our high achieving students at Bilton really showing the students they can be the best they can be.
Congratulations to Mrs Warwood who completed the London Marathon on Sunday in 4 hours 52 seconds and has raised over £8000 for the Prader Willi Association UK
Well done to our year 7s who have been creating projects on the theme of "Colour" for their Art home learning.
Well done to our Year 11 Art and Photography students!
They have been working extremely hard during their two day long GCSE examination and have produced some very impressive work.
Thank you to everyone who came to our Fizz and Fashion evening. It was a lovely event - lots of bargains and lots of fun and we raised over £140 for the School.
Bilton School and Rugby and District Astronomy Society hosted a night of Star Gazing.
Sixty year 9 students attended the Big Bang STEM event at the NEC in Birmingham.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated for our non-uniform day last week. Together we raised £750!
Today all High Attainers from year 7 through to year 11 took part in a workshop delivered by Cambridge University ambassadors.
Excellent performance by all students in their Mock Trial competition, in particular Daisy Armstrong who won the CPS Award for best Prosecution lawyer.
Year 11 students that have applied to Bilton Sixth Form were invited to the Sixth Form block to meet year 13 students.
Southam College and Bilton School students as part of their Global Virtues celebrations welcoming Emily Spademan and John McCrae.
As part of Global Virtues week, students from both Southam College and Bilton School attended the Carriers of Hope weekly charity meeting, Coventry.
A huge thank you to everyone who came to our annual Big Quiz Night! It was a really enjoyable evening, well supported by parents, staff and members of the community. Together we raised over £450 for the School!
The Photography department are excited to announce the opening of their new darkroom!
GCSE and A level Art and Photography students have been working hard in school during half term getting in extra preparation for their forthcoming exams.
Last week Mya M, Alex S and Emily T, three of our Year 10 finalists, completed in the Speak Out Regional Finals, hosted by ThinkHigher.
Art and Photography students had a thoroughly enjoyable time on their day trip to London.
Congratulations to all of our students who have had their photography work selected for the Rugby Rotary Young Photographer Exhibition.
Bilton Sixth Form along with Philosophy and Ethic students from Southam welcomed the true life conferenc.
Mrs Parker's year 7 sculpture class have been busy creating box sculptures inspired by the artist 'Louise Nevelson'. They have been collecting items that would often be thrown away and giving them a new life in their sculptures which focus on shape, composition, pattern and tone.
The Art Department have been overwhelmed with the response to the new home learning projects. Students in Year 7 have focussed on the theme 'Landscape' and Year 8 'Look up, Look down'.
We are delighted to announce that as of February 1st 2019, Temple Herdewyke Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary, Stockton Primary, Bishops Itchington, Southam Primary and Rokeby Primary.