Dear Parents/Carers Following Mr Johnson’s announcement on Sunday night (10 May) you may have a number of questions about when and how your children will be coming back to school and the measures we will be taking to ensure their, and staff members, safety. Like you, we have only just heard this announcement and we are waiting to receive more detailed information from the government in the coming days before we will be in a position to determine what this means for the pupils and staff of our school. In the short-term nothing has changed for your children, the advice is that schools are only open for vulnerable children and the children of key workers. We will provide you with further information in the coming days and weeks as soon as we are able to do so.
We have prepared this Information Pack to provide an overview of the home learning process during the period of enforced closure.
The Government have produced this guidance and information for parents and carers as well as this advice for parents and carers supporting the home learning of secondary school children (year 7 to 11).
The Diocese of Manchester have put together a directory of online services that can be used to support Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing. Download it here.
Thank you for your continued support in these challenging times. By working together, we endeavour to keep the disruption to a minimum for your child.
Our dedicated COVID-19 updates page contains links to the latest Government advice for parents and carers.
A very warm welcome to Bury Church of England High School’s website where we hope you will be able to get a flavour of our school. Using the site will enable you to learn about our wide-ranging and diverse curriculum, about the departments, and life at Bury CE High School. You can also keep up to date with recent developments and learn about extra-curricular activities that pupils are encouraged to take part in.
Mrs T Astley Acting Headteacher
The Christian ethos of the school permeates every aspect of school life.