Bilton School are proud to be supporting this community run project which is proving to be very beneficial for our students.
Miss Tew and Mrs Curtis would like to thank all the Year 11 and 12 students who attended the Art in Action: Warwick University trip.
Many thanks to our Head Girl and Head Boy, Holly Rhoades and Michael Collins who attended the St Mark's Church Remembrance Service on Sunday and laid our poppy wreath on behalf of the school.
The Art department would like to say a huge thank you all students who have entered the 'Beauty of Nature' Competition.
PTA Fun, Fizz and Fashion evening: a great event which raised £232 for the School. Thanks to all of you who came along and took advantage of the super bargains.
On Thursday, students at Bilton took part in a range of activities to acknowledge World Mental Health Day 2018.
Year 7 had a fantastic time at the disco which raised a whopping £345 for the school! Thanks to all of you who supported this event and a huge thanks to the PTA for organising and running the evening.
......Don't miss our next disco which will be in December
Calling all ladies! Parents, friends, staff!
Come along to our PTA Fundraising Fashion Show – Shopping night!
Friday 26th October, Kay Hall 7pm-10pm
Year 7 have made some fantastic rock cakes in their food technology class with Mrs Parker today.
Don't they look delicious!
Thank you to all those Y7 students who entered the 'My First Day' writing competition, we thoroughly enjoyed reading through your entries.
Congratulations to our winner Liron and to our two runners up Aoife and Hana!
Join us in celebrating National Poetry Day by taking part in our Performance Poetry Talent Show!
What you need to do? Perform a piece of poetry in an interesting and imaginative way. Students can perform on their own or in a group.
My First Day
Exciting? Terrifying? Nerve racking? Fun filled? Whatever your first day was like at Bilton School, we challenge you to write an honest and engaging account of it!
KS3 Art students have been working hard over the summer to complete their Home Learning which was to take and print three photographs using the theme 'Beauty of Nature'.
Bilton School celebrated another set of improving GCSE results this year. The % of students who gained a grade 4 or higher in both English and Maths has risen to 60% and those gaining a grade 5 or higher has risen by 4%.
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.