Spring Lane School
Spring Lane School classroom
Spring Lane School Headteacher
Spring Lane School
Spring Lane School teachers
Spring Lane School pupils work
Spring Lane School teacher and pupil
Spring Lane School Park House

Important Notice

Notice for Year 11 pupils, parents and carers

Year 11 is now the time to start making a decision on your next steps beyond school and into post-16 education.

All the local College Open Events taking place in the Autumn Term are now available on the Careers page, there is also information available on apprenticeships, traineeships. and even careers in the military.

Please use the links to find out more and make arrangements.


Welcome to Spring Lane School

Welcome to Spring Lane School, the Secondary Pupil Referral Unit for Bury Local Authority.

Our School, situated across three sites in Bury intends to meet the needs of a number of young people across the borough, particularly those that need something different to mainstream education, wider curriculum pathways, those that need SEMH support, and a fresh start in their journey.

Through our various pathways, we aim to;

  • Restart pupil's educational experiences, to enjoy school
  • Re-engage with our curriculum offer
  • Respond to pupil needs and interests
  • Repair gaps in education, perceptions, and relationships
  • Rise pupil's profiles in academia and personal development
  • Route pathways into further education, training, or a return to mainstream settings

We aim to equip our pupils with the tools for their next step in life, within our society and beyond; we aim to change their future.

Our Centres


Spring Lane School at Radcliffe is our purpose-built pupil referral unit catering for up to 60 pupils across KS3 and Year 10.

Milltown House
Milltown House

Milltown House is our dedicated centre for alternative provision. Situated in Bury town centre it offers a balance between statutory curriculum and vocational study.

Park House
Park House

Park House is our emotional pupil referral unit based in Chesham. This centre aims to support vulnerable, SEMH and emotional school avoidance pupils to continue with their academic studies.

Our Values




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BeeWell Fishing Taster Session

To utilise our BeeWell funding and successful completion of the BeeWell programme, a fishing taster session for pupils will be held on Sunday 27th August (10am-3pm) The taster session will be held at Little Britain Anglers, 31A Hampson St, Radcliffe M26 4TN


Important Dates

Thursday 24th August - Year 11 GCSE Results Day

Wednesday 6th September - School Re-opens to Pupils


National Online Safety Upgrade

We are delighted to sign up to the @natonlinesafety upgrade through our successful @TheNatCollege membership to enhance our CPD offer for all our staff, and engage both parents and pupils in online safety learning