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 […]
In 2018 we launched our Modern Languages Pathway in the Sixth Form. Head of Modern Languages, John Wilson, tells us about the international partnerships we have developed CHS. This term has seen exciting progress at CHS with our international partnerships. Many staff and students will […]
The Sixth Form students who completed an Extended Project Qualification (EPQ), which is worth half an A Level, last year gained excellent results. 100% of the students achieved A*- B, 83% achieved A*-A, and 67% achieved A*. Lily Danson, Raphael McMahon, Olivia Wallace and Adam […]
As CHS prepares to launch it’s new Sixth Form Pathways, CHS Head, Lucy Pearson considers what awaits Year 13 school leavers, the true meaning of what it is to be ‘qualified’ and how today’s students can best prepare themselves for what lies ahead.
A committed group of parents, staff, students, and Old Waconians have joined together to get active and take on a challenge with a cause. TeamCHS are running the Wilmslow Half Marathon on 18 March 2018 in honour of students and former students who are currently […]
Cheadle Hulme School’s Year 11 Captains this year embarked on an ambitious fundraising journey, to raise the money required to fund one student place for a year at the School. Here, they explain how they embraced that challenge and explore some of the leadership lessons […]
The term ‘disruptive technology’ was coined in 1997 by Harvard professor Clayton M Christensen, who categorised new technologies as either ‘sustaining’ (those that rely on incremental changes to existing technology) or ‘disruptive’ – brand new, untried technologies that completely alter the way entire industries or […]