Considering becoming a foster carer? Find out more at our webinar
Local people who could offer a bright future to a child or young person through fostering can join an online webinar next Wednesday (21 July) and find out more about this rewarding role.
Pollution monitors installed outside Bury schools
Air quality sensors will be installed outside Bury’s schools to monitor how pollution concentrations are influenced by the school run.
Parents and carers urged to book their free children’s holiday activities
Booking has opened for thousands of free holiday activity places available to children in Bury this summer.
Free holiday activities to help children and young people this summer
Free summer holiday clubs are to be held for children and young people across Bury in August.
Latest measures to drive down Covid in Bury
Extra support to carry out Covid vaccinations and testing is coming to Bury to drive down the increasing rate of coronavirus infection.
Fostering in Bury: Provide safe spaces for children in their local community
Foster carers in Bury provide vital support and care for young people and children throughout the Bury community.
Safe space in a familiar place: webinars for future foster carers
Local people who feel they could offer a brighter future to a child or young person through fostering can join one of two online webinars taking place in May and find out more about this rewarding role.
LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering Week 2021
If you are LGBT+ and thinking about fostering in Bury, then Foster with Bury would like to hear from you.
It is LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering Week until 7th March and Foster with Bury is encouraging more LGBT+ people to consider becoming a foster carer to a looked after child in the borough.
We welcome LGBT+ potential parents and will support your application to adopt or foster. There are sti
Ensuring all our children are fed – at school and at home
Bury children will continue to receive free school meals during the half-term and Easter holidays.
Allow our head teachers to do the right thing
Head teachers must not be forced to reopen their schools amid rising coronavirus infection rates, say education leaders in Bury.
Thousands of children to benefit from food vouchers and extra support this Christmas
Education leaders have reaffirmed their commitment to ensure that no families go hungry over the Christmas period.
Call for Government to approve new Radcliffe high school
Council leaders are calling on the Government to give the green light to plans for a new Radcliffe high school.
Fostering could be just the job
As we head towards Work Life Week 2020 (12-16 October), which is an opportunity for both employers and employees to focus on wellbeing at work and work life balance and with the economy and job market in flux at the moment due to the coronavirus pandemic, now could be the perfect time to think about fostering as a career.
New head of children’s services appointed
Sheila Durr has been appointed to one of the most important positions at Bury Council as executive director for children and young people.
Empty Nesters can help vulnerable children by becoming foster parents
If your children are moving onto pastures new this autumn and taking their next steps into the world of adulthood and university, then Foster with Bury would like to hear from you.
Free school meals will continue for children who have to isolate
Pupils who are eligible for free school meals will continue to receive them if they cannot attend school due to coronavirus.
New classrooms for Park View Primary
Four new classrooms are to be built at Park View Primary School in Prestwich, replacing temporary buildings that have lasted since 1948.
Welcome back to education in Bury!
Schools across Bury have been busy putting safety measures in place so that pupils can confidently return to education next week.
Congratulations to our GCSE students – but celebrate safely!
The big day has finally arrived for thousands of Bury teenagers who are receiving their GCSE results.