Bootham Open Days
Open Days are the perfect opportunity for you to visit the school and meet our staff, current students and parents and to view our excellent facilities.
It will enable you to get a ‘feel’ for the school and discover for yourself why we are known as the ‘friendliest school in York.’
Senior School Open Days
Dates for 2019
- Saturday 18 May
The Programme for the Morning
10.30 – Coffee in School Hall
10.50 – Introductory talk by Chris Jeffery, The Headmaster (School Hall)
11.15 – (for day pupils) Tour of the school
11.15 – (for boarding pupils) Tour of the boarding houses & the school
12.15 – Individual discussions and any final questions
Junior School Open Days
Dates for 2019
- Wednesday 22 May – Years 1-6
- Limited places for 3,4 and 5 years olds – please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out an enquiry form for more information.
The Programme for the Afternoon
2.00pm – 3.30pm
You are warmly invited to our relaxed and friendly Open Afternoon where you will have the opportunity to meet staff and pupils. Come and see our purpose built classrooms and wonderful outdoor spaces, including our amphitheatre and allotment. Find out how our values shape everything we do and why Bootham is a different kind of school.
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