Student Support

Healthy Young Minds are offering drop in sessions at Townside, Room 3, Ground Floor Reception for anyone affected by Manchester Arena incident.  There will be a drop in today from 1.30 – 5pm (ie, Wednesday, 24 May), and Tuesday to Friday next week (30 May – 2 June).

A book of condolence has been set up at Bury Town Hall, which anyone can sign and leave messages between 9am and 5pm on weekdays.  A digital book of condolence is at. Information received from Pat Jones-Greenhalgh, Interim Chief Executive, Bury Council.

Mental wellbeing advice GM draft.pdf


Self-help Leaflets

Healthy Young Minds - Parents Briefing

We also have an E-Safety section which you might like to view, it covers topics such as E-Safety, Mobile Phone Safety, Sexting & The SHARP System, click here to be directed to this page


Bury Young Carers - Information, Advice & Support
Support for Pupils & Families

The SHARP System

St. Monica's now has its own S.H.A.R.P web page (School Help Advice Reporting Page System)
S.H.A.R.P working together with our school have now set this page up to help you and your friends to feel safe both on and off site.
This is a 24/7, 365 days a year confidential reporting system of any incidents which occur within the school and local community.

To View the St. Monica's Live System link, please click on the link below


  • Thank you to our parents, whose support and dedication has been a key factor in the success. Thanks also to our governors and all who serve the school

    Thank You

  • 75 % of pupils gained 5 A* -C and 64% including English and Maths. Fifteen students gained nine or more A* / A. 100% gained 5 GCSE’s.

    GCSE results 2016

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