Beech House children sent their best wishes to Prince William and Kate Middleton for tomorrow's Royal Wedding.
The 4-7 year old girls and boys were enjoying an alfresco Royal Wedding Celebration Lunch after two days of cross-curricular work on royalty and tradition.
It was double success for Bolton School Year 10 pupil Natasha Lomas who won both the Tyldesley Winter Tennis League with mixed doubles partner Chris Blackshaw and the LTA Winter County Leaderboard competition in Lancashire for the U16s girls' singles age group.
Sixth Form girls have been busy demonstrating their business acumen as they aim to become Young Consumers of the Year. The team of four won the regional round of the Trading Standards' Institute's Young Consumer of the Year competition, overcoming seven other schools from the Greater Manchester region in a knockout quiz. They won £200 for the School and follow in the footsteps of a Bolton School team who won the same competition in 2004.
Old Boy Jack Forster returned to the school with his Sale Sharks team-mates and coaches to provide a rugby camp for clubs from around the country. They were also joined by rugby legend, Jack Leonard, an England World Cup winner and one of the world's most capped internationals, who trained a group of lucky children chosen by Aviva. The camp ran prior to Sale's Aviva Premiership rugby match against London Irish at the Reebok Stadium, home of Bolton Wanderers.