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‘Every child can find something they love,’ one dad told us, ‘whether it’s music, drama, sport or a hobby. This place does it all. My daughter loves the fact that the head takes tennis after school every week.’ Children we...

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Cheadle Hulme Junior School provides the perfect start to a happy and successful education. Set in 83 acres of Cheshire Countryside, it is dedicated to the development of happy, motivated children, with the confidence to fulfil their academic and social potential. Courtesy, respect and trust are key features of the School, where pupils learn in a secure and nurturing environment that enables them to develop the confidence to enjoy the challenges of academic learning. Small class sizes mean that the quality of relationships between teachers and pupils is excellent, that a caring, family atmosphere is enjoyed by pupils and that they receive the attention they need in order to fulfil their potential. ...Read more

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‘Every child can find something they love,’ one dad told us, ‘whether it’s music, drama, sport or a hobby. This place does it all. My daughter loves the fact that the head takes tennis after school every week.’ Children we spoke to were delighted that Wednesday is ‘no homework night...’

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Since 2009, Mrs Barbara Bottoms, BSc (50s). Married with two grown up children. Educated at Liverpool University, where she studied chemistry and maths. Previously head at Bury Grammar School for Girls’ junior department. Overjoyed to have returned to co-education. ‘When I look into the playground I see a normal society where we are all learning about each other,’ she told us. ‘It’s been like coming home.’

Parents praise the positive changes she’s made. ‘She’s not the sort of head who has huge presence,’ said one. ‘She’s...

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