Taking action to improve children’s education
Education leaders at Bury Council are taking decisive action to improve the chances of children who attend a local primary school.
New bid lodged for a new Radcliffe high school
Bury Council is backing the latest moves to build a new secondary school in Radcliffe.
Success for Bury’s Learners of the Year
The achievements of those who study with Bury Adult Learning Service were recognised at the service’s annual Learner of the Year celebration.
Discover our new adult learning courses at our Open Days
Residents are invited to discover a new world of learning with the latest courses run by Bury’s adult learning service.
Working together to give our children the best possible start
Raising education standards across the borough is the aim of Councillor Tamoor Tariq, Bury Council’s new cabinet member for children and families.
Sign up to our new adult learning courses
Bury Adult Learning Service will be offering a wide range of courses during the summer that are open to all adults over the age of 19.
Adult learning courses helping people recover from mental health problems
Bury Adult Learning Service has been offering courses to help residents manage and recover from anxiety, depression and low mood.
Bury Council and the University of Bolton to collaborate on ambitious development plans
The University of Bolton and Bury Council have made an ambitious joint commitment aimed at developing Bury for future generations.
Be inspired by our Adult Learner of the Year
Residents are being encouraged to join one of the many new courses being run by Bury’s Adult Learning Service.
Improving services for children with special needs
Parents have been playing a vital role alongside professionals in improving services for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
Building a better Bury for those with special needs
Partners across Bury have been working together to ‘get it right’ for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Young people have their say for the future
Young people in Bury are set to help carve out the future at a conference hosted by Greater Manchester Combined Authority, in partnership with Youth Focus North West, staged in Bury Town Hall.
Bury Life Chances Commission - have your say at tomorrow's public meeting
Residents, businesses and education experts are invited to the latest public meeting of the Bury Life Chances Commission, tomorrow (Wed 16 Nov) in the Peel Room at Bury Town Hall.
Give us your views on improving people’s skills and job prospects
The man leading Bury’s new Life Chances Commission is inviting residents and businesses to meet him and share their views.
National journalist to chair new Bury Life Chances Commission
A new commission to improve people’s skills, job prospects and help businesses is being launched today (Wed 21 Sep) in Bury.
Young parents given a helping hand
A free support group has been helping young mothers to boost their life chances through further education, employment and training.
The new Elton High School is now ready!
The new £14 million Elton High School will welcome its first pupils when the autumn term begins on 7 September.
Victoria Cross memorial to First World War hero unveiled
A special memorial stone is to be unveiled to remember a local soldier who won a Victoria Cross during the First World War.
Come join the Walking Rainbow
Young people in Bury are organising an event to celebrate diversity, promote equality and say ‘no’ to homophobia.