Return to live theatre is out of this world

Return to live theatre is out of this world

We are absolutely delighted that live productions are finally returning to Cheadle Hulme High School and what better way to kick things off than with the sci-fi smash Little Shop of Horrors.   Based on one of the longest-running off-Broadway shows, the Little...
Plan ahead for travel to school this September

Plan ahead for travel to school this September

Before travelling to and from school it is important to plan ahead and consider different options. Transport for Greater Manchester has a dedicated School’s Hub, with information about public transport services, tickets and passes, latest travel guidance and advice...
Congratulations to our A level Class of 2021!

Congratulations to our A level Class of 2021!

Congratulations to all our Year 13s on a fantastic set of A level results! Five CHHS sixth formers have secured prestigious places at Oxford or Cambridge following the release of this year’s results and, in total, 70 per cent of leavers will be heading for Russell...
Student Macey hits high note with national brass band

Student Macey hits high note with national brass band

Year 8 student Macey is looking forward to a musical summer holiday. The talented cornet player, who successfully auditioned for the National Children’s Brass Band of Great Britain (NCBBGB) earlier in the year, will be attending the band’s Summer Residential which is...
End of year message from CHHS

End of year message from CHHS

As the end of yet another remarkable academic year draws to a close, we reflect on the challenges and successes that have come our way and marvel at the way in which, once again, the entire school community has come together. The lockdown experienced in the spring...
Year 12 students are shooting for the stars

Year 12 students are shooting for the stars

  It isn’t only Richard Branson who blasted off into the stratosphere this week. The Year 12s at Cheadle Hulme High School launched their own rocket last week on a field trip to Macclesfield. Under the watchful eye of Mr Cavan from the maths department, the sixth...
Science Poster Fair goes with a bang

Science Poster Fair goes with a bang

Year 7 scientists staged their Science Poster Fair this week, filling the school hall with clever and informative designs. Themes explored included space, pollution, aerodynamics and quantum physics. Some groups’ work asked questions such as is there alien life?...
Carnegie Book Award experience for Y9 students

Carnegie Book Award experience for Y9 students

This term a group of Year 9s have been shadowing the Carnegie Book Award, meeting in the school library regularly to read and review a shortlist of books and voting for which was their favourite. This culminated in the students enjoying a live screening of the award...
Summer 2021 Year 11 Bridging Work

Summer 2021 Year 11 Bridging Work

FAO Parents/Carers of Year 11 Students: We have put together some online resources to guide Year 11 students in their preparation for their post-16 education in the next academic year. You will find them here. We envisage that students will sample the taster sessions...