Sports Report 2 – 2018/19
Girls Rugby In November, we took an U13s and an U15s team to the Greater Manchester School Games at Broughton Park RU to take part in Grapple Rugby. The day was all about inclusion and giving girls the opportunity to get involved with real rugby experience. Also allowing for pathways into local Clubs. The girls really enjoyed it – especially getting into contact and...
Bury CE High School Remembers
On the 9th November at 10.30 am, members of the school and local community gathered to pay our respects to the fallen. In this the centenary year of the Armistice, members of the armed forces, along with former pupils attended the event along with pupils who are part of uniformed organisations, those involved in form worship, the senior prefects and...
Engaging Parents Evening
On November 26th 2018, Bury CE High School will hosting a ‘Know the Facts’ workshop delivered by Naked Truth from 6:30 – 8:30pm. At Bury CE High School we believe it is essential that teachers and parents are aware of internet and social media misuse and based on current statistics we feel this session will touch upon prevalent topics for our young people. One UK survey found that 81% of young people look at pornography online at home with 1 in 3 first seeing sexual images before the age of 10. Furthermore, 94% out of a 1000 students said they had watched pornography before the age of 14. This workshop will give you an opportunity to ask the Naked Truth team any questions you may have but will also inform you further on the issues surrounding pornography and provide you with practical advice on how to manage explicit content in your home as well as how to have open and honest discussions with your children. You’ll also gain exclusive access to an online parents pack. Naked Truth will also be offering advice on misuse of social media. A letter will be sent home with your child on Friday 16th November. Please could you sign and return the slip if you wish to attend.
Sports Report 1 - 2018/19
Project Rugby – Sale Sharks Bury Church of England High School are working closely with Sale Sharks as part of ‘Project Rugby’. This project is aimed at participation in Rugby Union in school time and out of school time. It also aims to get as many students as possible involved in playing Rugby Union for a local side and provides a pathway for Rugby Union outside of school time. Rugby Union coaches from Sale Sharks have been delivering lessons to...
DID YOUR RELATIVE SERVE IN THE ARMED FORCES? DID THEY ATTEND BURY CHURCH OF ENGLAND HIGH SCHOOL? If so, we are looking for relatives of family members to get in touch. As 2018 marks 100 years since the end of the Great War, we are asking members of the community to come forward if your relative was a former pupil of our school. We intend to commemorate them in our Remembrance Day service on 9th November and would like to know details about when they attended our school and when they served. Relatives will be invited to attend the service. We will also be participating in the national ‘There but not There’ installation to remember the fallen of the First World War. We intend to take the names of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in this conflict off the Rolls of Honour and back into the spaces they left behind in the forms of silhouette installations in our service. For more information, please visit www.therebutnotthere.org.uk. If you would like to get in touch, please contact email@example.com or alternatively, phone school on 0161 797 6236 and ask to speak to Mrs Stedman, Head of RE.
Sports Report 8 - 2017/18
The PE Department at Bury CE High School recently applied for the ‘School Games Mark’. This is a national award that recognises the quantity of PE, extra-curricular PE and Sport that a school offers over each academic year. As part of this process Bury CE High School was selected to be...
Sports Report 7 - 2017/18
Badminton Competition v Bury Grammar School for Boys 19 students from Year 9 attended a friendly Badminton competition against Bury Grammar School for Boys. The competition took place at Bury Church. Timed games consisted of singles and doubles games with overall points scored being taken after every round of games. The games were really close but finished 432 points to Bury Church and 444 points to Bury Grammar. Well done to all the students who took part. It is hoped in the next academic year that more regular fixtures for Badminton will take place each half term.
School day consultation ended
The school consultation period to consider responses from all parties about the extension of the school day has now closed and all responses have been considered. Letters are being circulated to parents/guardians of pupils who attend the school, all staff and the school’s stakeholder friends and partners. The letters provide information about the changes to the school day which will become effective in September 2018.
All letters are attached to this news item for your information.
Sports Report 6 - 2017/18
Girls Football SuccessWell done to Sophie, Esme and Hollie in Year 9 who play for Bury FC. All three students won the Lancashire County Cup, South Manchester Girls League Challenge Cup, South Manchester Girls League, League Cup and came...
Consultation: Extension of the school day
The school’s governing body has embarked on a consultation period regarding the extension of the school day. As a school we wish to make sure that all members of our school community are accommodated within the Christian ethos and high standards that have always been part of Bury CE High School and so welcome comment from all interested parties. Letters have been circulated to parents/guardians of pupils who attend the school, all staff and the school’s stakeholder friends and partners. If you would like to view further information about this consultation please view the appropriate letter below. Parent / Guardian Friend Colleague