At Cheadle Hulme Primary School we are passionate about preparing our children for a world we know and a world yet to be discovered. We opened our doors in September 2018 with our founding reception cohort and Nursery.
The pupils are our most important consideration. Our school is a place where children feel safe and secure, valued and cared for. We provide opportunities for the pupils to develop independence, resilience and to work within a culture that embraces challenge for all. We believe children need to be fully engaged in the learning process so we provide an irresistible curriculum based on memorable experiences.
Cheadle Hulme Primary School is a dynamic and energetic environment in which to work and all staff bring exceptionally high levels of commitment to their day-to-day job. Teamwork is the bedrock of our culture and we all do whatever it takes to provide the very best possible education for our pupils.
We value professional development and offer an enhanced programme of Professional Learning for all our staff in the school, Kids’ Club and Nursery.
We are very proud of what we have achieved at Cheadle Hulme Primary School in our opening year and excited about our future within the Laurus Trust as we continue to grow.
Head of School
Cheadle Hulme Primary School News
We were all incredibly excited to welcome Baroness Floella Benjamin to Cheadle Hulme Primary School this week, for a virtual visit. The online event was arranged in partnership with our friends at Simply Books in Bramhall and it was a wonderful opportunity for the...
It’s that time of year when we all like to indulge in our favourite chocolate so why not turn your kitchen into your very own chocolate factory for some Easter holiday fun? Renowned master chocolatier Oliver Dunn has filmed an online demonstration exclusively...
We may not have been in school this year to celebrate World Book Day but we were so impressed with the efforts that everyone went to at home. There were some amazing costumes on display and it was great to see pupils and teachers during the online lessons looking so...