Bilton School celebrated another set of excellent 'A' Levels with 74% of students gaining A*-C grades and a 98% pass rate; this was an improvement on previous years and reflects the hard work of students and staff.
We have received a superb piece of writing from one of our Year 9 students inspired by the recent Battlefields trip. "The shattered trees and tortured earth lay beneath my feet. Does mankind have no regrets?" We are very proud to receive work like this!'
Congratulations to all Year 10 students who battled extreme temperatures last weekend to pass their D of E Bronze Expedition.
They did themselves and the school very proud!
Personality Swirls - Art
The Art Department would like to say a huge well done and thank you to all the year 6's that took part in the art taster session today.
We are delighted to announce that as of July 2nd, Bishops Itchington Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary, Stockton Primary and Southam Primary
Congratulations to our winners, Libby McChleery and Tia Nicholson.
Great effort from the girls with imaginative and atmospheric stories. We would like to know what happens next...
Mrs Parker's year 7 art class have had fun exploring the qualities of clay. They have made these fantastic relief tiles inspired by the artist Louise Nevelson. Like the artist, they have used recycled objects to create the shapes and patterns.
Lovely work Year 7!
Staff and students from Stowe Valley Multi Academy trust were thrilled to receive this lovely letter from the Leamington Night Shelter, thanking us for our toiletry donations and our volunteering efforts during Global Virtues Week.
Monday 14th May, sixty Year 7 students attended the 'About Face' Workshop at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum. The 'About Face' exhibition includes loans from the National Portrait Gallery, the Lowry Collection as well as works from the Rugby Collection.
On Friday 4th May, Bilton students visited Rugby Foodbanks warehouse to deliver the schools donations from our last non uniform day.
The Art Department would like to say well done to all students in Year 7 and 8 who entered the Global Virtues Art competition, organised by Mrs Barnard.
Year 13 Psychology students attended the tutor2u grade booster revision session today.
Congratulations to our year 7 student Archie Parker who amazed audiences at Rugby Theatre this Easter holiday with his outstanding performances as James in James and the Giant Peach.
Miss Tew's Year 11 Fashion class have been working extremely hard on their coursework today and Year 13 Photography on their exam preparation. Excellent work produced by all – Well done.
Mrs Parker's Year 11 Art group have been busy in School in the Easter Holidays working on their GCSE Art Coursework.......Much better than staying at home eating Easter Eggs!
As part of Global Virtues Week Year 8 have been exploring art work from a variety of Cultures.
An opportunity for any young poet aged 11-17 to accelerate their writing career.
Congratulations and good luck to year 7 pupil, Archie Parker who will be performing as James in James and The Giant Peach at Rugby Theatre in the Easter holidays.
Another successful visit to Dewar Care Home. Students were engaged with the residents in their usual friendly manner.
Our A level Art students had a great time on their trip to Rugby Art College to take part in a life drawing lesson.
Bilton prefects are excited to be hosting an afternoon tea for our local businesses and charities. This will include freshly made cakes, tea coffee and musical and drama performances.
Students and staff from across the Stowe Valley Multi Academy Trust have been celebrating World Book Day.
We are delighted to announce that as of March 1st Southam Primary school is officially part of the Stowe Valley MAT, joining Southam College, Bilton School, Byfield Primary and Stockton Primary.
As part of Stowe Valley's Global Virtues week we are running a great competition. If you would like to be part of this all you need to do is send in a picture that you have taken highlighting solidarity, love and hope.
The exhibition, at Rugby Art Gallery features work from young people all over Rugby and was opened by the town Mayor and President of Rugby Rotary on February 17th . First prize was awarded to our very own yr 11 student Rhys Boyle. Ellen Oram, yr 13 was also awarded a Highly Commended certificate.