The word ‘learn’ comes from the old English term lore, as in farming lore, which literally means ‘instruction’ and refers to a body of traditions and knowledge of a subject, in this case farming.
Sport again has been at the forefront of pupils lives at Cheadle Hulme School with many of our Waconian’s taking part in various foundation, development and performance sports opportunities. This term, we introduced another batch of budding year 7s into our community, introducing them to […]
One thing that can be taken away from this day is the importance of treating others with kindness and respect; it seems so easy in a polarised world to focus on oneself and individual matters, and to find endless fault or flaw in those of different views or background. As pupils of CHS we’ve been taught how to reflect on our relationships with others and the impact both our words and actions have on each other.
As we welcome our GCSE students to receive their results we want to share with you some of their plans for their future and what contributed to their GCSE success. We will be updating the blog throughout the day. Elizabeth Fisher Elizabeth is one of […]
CHS Rugby have landed in Cape Town for a fortnight for sporting action and seeing the sights of South Africa. Stay up to date here with news, video and photos from the latest CHS Sports Tour… #CHSSA19 12.07.19 We’ve all enjoyed the afternoon at the game […]
Upper Sixth Student Lauren Wheeler has been selected as a youth delegate at the Bayer Youth Ag Summit in Brazil. We caught up with her to hear about the exciting opportunity. How do you feel about being selected? I’m really excited! I’ve really taken an […]
Ellis Roberts, Class of 2007, tells us about his not so typical day at work as a Shooting Researcher, his passion for the role, and his top tips for breaking into the career. Job title: “I’m a Shooting Researcher and Drone Pilot for the BBC […]
By Year 11 student Sophie on the effects of ‘Fast Fashion’. Fashion affects us all. We have no choice but to purchase new items of clothing and accessories in order to go about our everyday lives. We do, however, have a choice to make the […]
Day 1 During this trip our eyes have been opened to how fortunate we are to have access to privileges such as education and clean water. On the first day, traveling to a secondary school immediately shocked us as to how little facilities they had; […]
Caroline Dunn is the Admissions lead at Cheadle Hulme School. She has worked in pastoral care in the state and independent education sectors over 15 years. A parent herself, she has helped hundreds of families choose the right school for their child. There are so […]