Open Events 2016-2017
Infant School Sports Day
Infant School Sports Day will be going ahead today at 1.15pm
Tenner Challenge 2016
2016 was another great year for the young entrepreneurs at BGSG. The 4 week Tenner Challenge has become a permanent fixture in the school calendar with consistently strong numbers of innovative students taking up the challenge of using just £10 as start-up capital for their own business and making as...
Great Science Share
Greater Manchester is the European City of Science 2016. This is a UK first, and a unique opportunity to get young people to get excited about science and the possibilities it offers.
Mrs Anderson visits Buckingham Palace
This year is the Diamond Anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Award. To celebrate the occasion, the annual Gold Awards Presentation were hosted in the gardens of Buckingham Palace by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Earl and Countess of Wessex as well as around 60 celebrities including Anna Friel, Ronan...
Lunch with Mark Carney
It's not everyday that you are invited to attend lunch with Mark Carney (Governor of the Bank of England). Year 12 student Georgia Mort was given this opportunity recently by her mum, renowned businesswoman Tracy Mort.
Molly Whitlow U15 Yorkshire County Discus Champion
Year Nine student Molly Whitlow competed in the Yorkshire County Athletics Championships this weekend in Barnsley throwing discus for her club, Halifax Harriers.
BGSG sweep the board in Rotary Music Competition
Last week the U16 Rotary Music competition was held at our Boys' School in which competitors need to be able to perform at minimum grade 5 standard and present a balanced recital of 8 minutes. Each school may enter one pupil in each of the two classes, vocal and instrumental.
‘A number of former pupils of Bury Grammar School Girls have been asking what the School will be doing to remember Victoria Wood. We are mindful of the importance of talking to those people who knew Victoria best as well as respecting the views of those who admired Victoria from...
The school celebrated Shakespeare Day today with some fabulous inventive costumes. Some Y11 girls came as Juliet's balcony and there were lots of Twelfth Night inspired costumes from Year 8. Year 9 put the drama department's stage makeup to good use and collectively came as 'battle'.