Outstanding 2018 GCSE results

Cheadle Hulme High School is the highest performing state school in Stockport, thanks to our students’ fantastic GCSE results.

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Secondary School of the Year 2018!

Cheadle Hulme High School has been named Secondary School of the Year at the Greater Manchester Schools Awards 2018.  Congratulations to all our students and staff for their continued dedication and hard work!

Unashamedly academic

Welcome. Cheadle Hulme High School is an outstanding and hugely oversubscribed academy with a reputation for the relentless pursuit of excellence and a determination to ensure that every child succeeds.

Officially Outstanding Teacher Training

We are proud to announce that the Altius Alliance teacher training provider, based at Cheadle Hulme High School is officially Ofsted Outstanding!
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We are officially Ofsted Outstanding

Cheadle Hulme High School provides an excellent and rounded education for all its students, regardless of their individual backgrounds, preparing them well for their future careers.

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Launch of the Laurus Trust

CHHS News

Join us at our Open Evening!

Calling all parents and carers! Please join us at the Cheadle Hulme High School Open Evening on Thursday, October 18 from 6pm to 8.30pm. Come along and find out all about Stockport's most successful state secondary school, meet the teachers, hear from headteacher Dave...

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We’re top of Stockport’s state school GCSE league

Students at Cheadle Hulme High School have achieved the best GCSE results for maths and English for state schools in the whole borough. Six students notched up six or more grade 9s with head girl Emily Lord achieving a clean sweep of top grades – nine Grade 9s! A...

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Students celebrate CHHS’s best A-Level results ever

CHHS A-level students are celebrating after they scored A or A* in more than half of all their exams. In the best set of A-level results the school has ever seen, nearly a third of students achieved an incredible three or more A*/A grades and 77% of all grades were...

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