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Bury Grammar Boys School
Tenterden Street, BL9 0HN, UK Bury
+44 (0)161 797 2700


Bury Grammar School Boys is an independent grammar school for 800 boys between the ages of 7 and 18. We provide an exciting and challenging academic education which encourages each boy to develop a love of learning and to acquire the skill of independent study.

We aim to nurture the whole person – mind, body and spirit – through a strong emphasis on both academic study and extracurricular involvement. We also aim to prepare each individual for an adulthood during which he will enjoy a fulfilling and rewarding career, seek to make a contribution to the betterment of the society of which he is part, and be equipped to make creative and constructive use of his leisure time.


The Junior School offers a rich academic and extra-curricular education for boys aged 7 to 11. There are over 160 boys, 10 full-time teaching staff, a Special Educational Needs assistant and a welfare assistant who looks after the boys outside the classroom. Effective influences on the boys at this early stage in their development are vital, and as such our caring and disciplined environment ensures high standards in the classroom, in the wide variety of extra-curricular activities and in relationships. The spirit of friendship which exists throughout the school creates an atmosphere in which the boys feel happy and secure. This is hugely important not only for the boys? academic progress but also for their all-round development.

The boys are encouraged to discover a love of learning, to identify and develop their talents and to pursue a wide range of interests. The boys are expected to show respect for themselves, for others and for their environment. Our aim is that by the time the boys transfer to the Senior School they are maturing into intelligent, articulate, confident and considerate young people, equipped with well-developed academic and social skills.


This ancient grammar school possesses a full range of modern facilities which help us to provide a rich academic curriculum and extra-curricular programme.

We place great emphasis on pastoral care and believe that the boys’ happiness is essential if they are to flourish.


  • Art and Design
  • Biology
  • CDT Department
  • Careers Department
  • Chemistry
  • Classics
  • Computer Studies
  • Economics and Business Studies
  • English Department
  • General Science

Our extensive extra-curricular provision reflects our belief in the importance of such activities for personal development and enrichment.

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