OUNDED in 1748, with an aim to bring the heart of God to the heart of learning, Bury Church of England is a school that has a global vision.
In fact, the school motto of “Luceat Lux Vestra” seeks to encourage everyone to ‘let your light shine’. The school believes in high standards and excellence – always promoting the arts, sport, pupil leadership, as well as life-long learning. This is all summed up by three words that are key to the school: Believe, Achieve, Inspire.
The high school wants pupils to believe in themselves and to know that God believes in them. Because of this, students can achieve the very best that they can in their academic subjects, as well as in other aspects of life. This academic success sits alongside an ethos to take inspiration by those around them, as well as inspiring others to make a positive difference in the world – to be the change they want to see. in 2016-17. In 2016 the school was rated as ‘good’ by Ofsted and in 2017 it was rated as ‘Outstanding’ by its Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools.
The school holds the leadership mark from the Prince of Wales Teaching Institute and the International School’s Award from the British Council.
Meanwhile, the annual parent and pupil surveys speak volumes about the school’s reputation – each one demonstrating that the school is highly valued, very effective and that its pupils children enjoy coming.
With a fixed Head of Year in Year 7, Bury Church of England High invests in creating a smooth transition, which begins when a place is awarded and runs through to the end of Year 7. To find out more about the high school, prospective parents and their children should stop by its open evening on Thursday September 14, from 6pm till 9pm. Bury Church of England High School, Haslam Brow, Bury, BL9 0TS. Call 0161 797 6236 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.