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Broad Oak High School

Broad Oak High School
Motto Reach For The Highest Academic & Sporting Goals
Religion Non-denominational
Headteacher Mr N O'Connor
Chair Sue Arnell
Location

Hazel Avenue
Bury
Greater Manchester
BL9 7QT
England Coordinates: 53°35′37″N 2°16′27″W / 53.59355°N 2.27429°W / 53.59355; -2.27429

Local authority Bury
DfE URN Ofsted Reports
Students 655
Gender Coeducational
Ages 11–16
Houses 5
Colours Green,Purple,Yellow,Orange,Blue
Website

Broad Oak High School is a specialist Sports College located on Hazel Avenue about a mile to the east of Bury town centre in Greater Manchester, England.

The school was faced with a controversial crisis in 2007 when it was under threat of closure; however after protests and numerous hours of work by the whole community it was saved.

Broad Oak has its own annual radio station called BOSC FM which runs for two days. Since 2005, it has transmits on 87.7 FM throughout Bury.

Broad Oak High School was formed from various mergers over the years. Previous schools include Ashmeadow, Bellgate, Seedfield and Wellington.


External links

  • Official Website
  • BOSCFM Official Website

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