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 Nut Free School   

Some children in our school can have a severe allergic reaction to peanuts/nuts. This allergic reaction (anaphylactic shock) can occur through ingestion of peanut/nut products, cross contamination and breathing peanuts in the air. Since this condition can be life threatening, we are asking for your help in minimising the risk to this child by:

  • Avoiding giving children peanuts in school lunches
  • Avoiding giving peanut butter sandwiches, other spreads containing nuts such as Nutella and snacks/bars containing nuts or labelled “may contain nut traces” in school lunches
  • Asking children not to share their lunches.


School Holiday Lists

 School Holiday 2019/2020 

 School Holidays 2020/2021

School Holidays 2021/2022

School Meals

Non Halal School Meals Menu           Halal School Meals Menu


                       Friends of Burrs Mascot competition            Click here for details about the winning design by Amy H  


 Library Bus Grand Opening/Bury Times Article

Click here to see the library bus opening pictures 

Click here to read the Bury Times article

Questionnaire Feedback  (click here)

Attendance Information (click here)

Primary School Meals website (click here) 

 Latest News

Email Scam

The DfE have been informed that some parents have received an email stating the following:

'As schools will be closing, if you're entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we'll make sure you're supported'.

DfE have confirmed that this is a scam email and is not official.

If you receive any emails like this, please do not respond, and delete it immediately.


Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Letter to our wonderful children

Save Lives

Coronavirus update - 24th March

Coronavirus update 5 - 20th March

Coronavirus update 4 - 19th March

Coronavirus update 3 - 19th March

Coronavirus update 2 - 17th March

Coronavirus update 1 - 17th March

Coronavirus - 16th March 2020

Advice on the coronavirus for educational settings

Video showing the best way to wash hands 



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 Click here to read a Twitter message between James Frith MP and David Walliams during our World Book Day

Click here to see pictures from the author, Paul Jenkins, visit on our World Book Day