School Sport Partnerships are central to the Government's aim of creating a world class system for PE and sport for all children and young people; a system that will stimulate and increase participation in sport and sustain it.

The Bury School Sport Partnerships consists of 14 secondary and 63 primary schools serving approximately 18,400 young people.  In addition we've recently welcomed Holy Cross and Bury College to the partnership.

There are 2 Hub-sites, Broad Oak Sports College and Woodhey specialist science college 

Together with our key local partners the two School Sport Partnerships aims to create attractive, innovative opportunities for all young people to engage in sport and clear pathways for them to pursue their chosen activities.


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Bury Boxing programme gains national recognition featuring in "The Independant".  Check out the "success stories" for more

Woodhey High School continued their phenomenal rowing success by winning medals at the national rowing championships.

Woodhey have continued with their fine sporting year by winning the first year 7 cricket competition beating Broad Oak with 2 balls to spare.

 Why not check out the "FREE Document Library".  Newly added sports posters for you to use around your school.