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.
Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure is one of my favourite plays to teach; often referred to as one of the ‘problem’ plays, it challenges an audience’s liking for complete resolution, posing questions that remain fundamentally unanswered in the final moments. There …
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‘Value Added’ is a measure of the progress students make between different stages of education. The following extract from ‘Ed.’, the Cheadle Hulme School magazine, explores the ways in which we evaluate student potential and monitor performance over time: From the first day at CHS, […]
The internet is awash with revision advice for stressed students at this time of year, but what about parents? How can we best manage the carrot and stick balance, whilst maintaining our own sanity? Recognise this is genuinely a very stressful time for students – […]
Parents know that no two children are the same. So why is it that for so long schools have treated students with the same academic results as essentially being the same, when experience tells us this is simply not true? At this time of the […]