Bury and Whitefield Jewish Primary School

Bury and Whitefield Jewish Primary School

Head: Mrs Claire Simon

Parr Lane



0161 766 2888



Background :

Types: Primary

Status: State-aided

Gender: Mixed

Bury and Whitefield Jewish Primary School is a voluntary-aided school in Bury, Lancashire. It was established in 1984 and is co-educational. There are 163 children in this warm and friendly school. There are 30 places available for reception each year.


The school is a traditionally orthodox school and has a fully-equipped private and state nursery for 30 children.


In their 2018 report, Ofsted found that:


“Safeguarding is an area of strength. Leaders have created a vigilant culture where pupils feel safe”


“There are positive relationships between staff and pupils. Pupils ‘ behaviour is good and well managed by caring staff”.


“Leaders have ensured that the promotion of pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural education is effective by ensuring that frequent visitors to school enhance pupils’ understanding of this aspect of the curriculum”.


“The behaviour of pupils is good”


Admissions: 0161 766 2888