Cheadle Hulme Primary School, has been praised by Ofsted, as it is awarded Outstanding in two categories and a Good status overall.

During the inspection, which took place on the 18 and 19th of January 2023, a team of three inspectors claimed that ‘Pupils are proud to belong to this welcoming school community’ and the report highlights that ‘Pupils benefit from a curriculum which aims to prepare them for the future world.’

The inspectors were particularly impressed by ‘Pupils’ exceptional desire to make a difference to others is reflected in their passion and desire to make a change for the better, whatever their age.’

The report added that:

‘The curriculum gives pupils the knowledge, skills and understanding to be confident learners in a wide range of subjects. Pupils achieve well.’

‘Pupils are inspired and motivated to be aspirational for their future lives.’

‘SEND pupils receive the support that they need to access the same ambitious curriculum as their peers.’

‘A love of books and reading is an important feature of school life.’


Head of School, Ryan Thompson said:

“The inspection provided us with a real opportunity to share all of the amazing things that go towards making Cheadle Hulme Primary School such a special place for all of our children. We were able to share our achievements and successes since we opened in 2018, alongside the key priorities from our school development plan and the great work that is happening to move our school forward as we prepare for our final phase of growth in the opening of Upper Key Stage Two. There is lots to celebrate within the report and I hope you enjoy reading it and share the same sense of pride I feel to be part of such a fantastic school and community.”


The full Ofsted report can be read at: Cheadle Hulme Primary School Ofsted Report 2023


Two pupils from Cheadle Hulme Primary School worked together during lesson.