Prayer for the week - God is always caring for us, even when we don't realise it

We all celebrate Easter at St William's. We have listened to the Easter story, made hats and decorated eggs. Happy Easter



Latest Events Calendar Events

Year 4 Class Mass29Apr2015

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Year 1 visit to Blackpool Sea Life Centre29Apr2015

09:15 am - 14:30 pm

Deadline for Reception 2015 Acceptance30Apr2015

16:00 pm - 16:15 pm

School Closed - Bank Holiday04May2015

08:15 am - 16:00 pm

Governors' Curriculum Committee meeting05May2015

17:00 pm - 18:30 pm

Year 3 Class Mass06May2015

09:00 am - 10:00 am

General & Local Elections - School Open07May2015

08:15 am - 14:00 pm

KS2 SATS All week11May2015

14:00 pm - 14 may, 14:30 pm

Governors' Finance Committee meeting12May2015

17:00 pm - 18:30 pm

Year 5 Class Mass13May2015

09:00 am - 10:00 am

Calendars page(s): Events Calendar >>

St William Of York RC Primary School News

  • Art Clubs
    Please take a look at the Art Club pages to see what the children are making this term.
  • Year 6 Owl Eperience
    Year 6 were visited by some Owls from the North Wales Owls Trust. See their class page for lots of photographs and more information.
  • Prayer Intentions
    Please see our Chaplaincy page for information about Prayer Intentions
  • Football Tournament
    Please see our new Sports Activities Page under Our Curriculum.
  • Chillfactore
    Have a look of photographs of us at the Chillfactore on the Year 6 class page
News Page »

A very warm welcome to St William of York Roman Catholic Primary School in Great Lever, Bolton. We aim to provide the highest quality of Catholic education and welcome families, parish and the wider community, showing respect for everyone. Working together in this loving and caring environment we encourage everyone to reach their full potential.

Following our Ofsted Inspection in May 2012 the inspectors wrote that "they were impressed by the excellent behaviour, politeness, friendliness and hard work" of pupils and that they are "growing up into sensible, caring and thoughtful young people that school, parents and carers can be proud of". They also said that children are "making good progress because teachers are good at helping them to learn".

We hope you like our website, if there is anything else you would find useful please let us know through the 'Contact Us' page.

Latest Newsletters

  • 24 Apr 2015
    24th April 2015

    On this week's Newsletter.... St Georges Day, Holy Mass, Sacramental Programme, Dates for your Diary, Prayer for the Week, Before/After School Clubs,


Our Ethos and Values

As a Catholic primary school serving our local community our Mission Statement encapsulates our values:

Together, as God’s family we are learning through love, forgiveness, respect and courage to use our unique gifts challenging and transforming our world.

We believe in and promote the key values of:






We do this through:

  •        a broad and balanced curriculum;
  •        our school rules for children and adults: 
  •        Being kind, tidy, listening and taking care how we        move around school and in the playground
  •        living our Mission Statement


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