Eden Boys’ School, Bolton

Eden Boys’ School, Bolton is a 700 place 11-18 Muslim faith-based secondary school. It opened in September 2014, admitting 154 students into Years 7 and 8, and has continued to build up its pupil numbers year on year. The school welcomes applications from pupils of all faiths and none. Like all Star schools, it has “Leadership” as a specialism.

Eden Boys’ School, Bolton was assessed as “outstanding” in every category at its first Ofsted inspection in May 2017.

Principal: Sue Gill-Daintith

Address:
Eden Boys’ School, Bolton
Wolfenden Street
Bolton
Greater Manchester
BL1 3QE
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Telephone: 01204 849240
Email: info@ebbolton.staracademies.org
Website: www.edenboysbolton.com

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