BGSB becomes a Royal Society Associate School

The Science department are pleased to announce that we have been successful in our application to join the Royal Society’s Associate School and Colleges Scheme, in recognition of our contribution to Science, promoting excellence and enthusiasm in teaching. We are the only school in Bury to be part of the scheme and one of a […]

Boys’ Achievements

CCF Congratulations   The CCF recently received a thank you from Colonel Glover for their invaluable assistance at the recent Gallipoli Service. Thank you to all the boys involved.   Cricket success for Matthew Donnelly Following Matthew’s cricket trial last week for the Lancashire East area Under 15 cricket team, he was selected as wicket […]

What’s been happening in the Junior School

What’s been happening in the Junior School.   Thank you to the families and friends who have supported the Junior School’s Sponsored Bounce this week. It is always staggering how much money we raise at this annual event and we are very grateful for the continued generosity demonstrated in gifts of both time and money. […]

What’s been happening in the Junior School

What’s been happening in the Junior School.  It’s hard to know where to start this week, catching up with results from the House Music Competition and Introitus Problem Solving Day last week, as well as welcoming back Exitus boys (smiling but smelly!),  from their adventures in Edale. The school has been a hive of activity […]

Sports Report: Week ending 12 May 2015

Football In the final of the Bury Metro Cup the U13s faced St Gabriel’s High School at Buckley Wells From the very first minute BGSB struggled to break down a very strong and athletic St Gabriel’s defence which meant they spent a large majority of the first half having to defend which they did well […]

Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award

Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award Last weekend saw our biggest group of Bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award participants to date head out on their final practice expedition. The purpose of this training event is to demonstrate the skills in campcraft and navigation that have been learned over the last five months.  Having already planned their […]

Urgent: Bring-TWO-Pounds for Nepal Non-uniform day, Thursday 14th May

Dear Parents As you may have seen in the news, a devastating earthquake has recently hit Nepal. Children are helpless and terrified as it toppled buildings and destroyed roads and infrastructure around the capital Kathmandu. More than 5000 people are reported to have died and 50,000 more are trapped in rubble. Unicef is on the […]

Election Report

    Election Report Well, I have to say that I feel a bit like poor old Ed Miliband this morning. I never thought I’d say that. I’ve got to rip up my prepared speech based on what I thought was going to happen and give a completely different one. When the HM asked me […]

What’s been happening in the Junior School.

A week ago, we all joined together to celebrate Founders’ Day. This year, for the first time, Exitus, Transitus II and Transitus I joined in the parade, so we were particularly grateful for the good weather. The boys played their parts brilliantly including in the subsequent service in the Roger Kay Hall; it is always […]

Sports Report: Week ending 5 May 2015

Football In the semi-final of the Bury Metro Cup the U13s faced Philips High School at Buckley Wells BGSB started this game confidently as they had they moved the ball well and created a number of good opportunities but a lack of composure in the box saw them squander the chance to take an early […]