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Strong emphasis on independent learning and the children spoke with great pride about the head’s challenges (projects) they are encouraged to undertake. Pupils scan QR codes around the school to find details of these projects which include some quite demanding topics such as... Plenty of opportunities to compete in inter-house tournaments and those who participate in two co-curricular sports are invited to attend the Edinburgh sports tour. Not surprisingly given the head’s enthusiasm for adventure, outdoor pursuits are a key feature of trips...


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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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Since 2020, Vincent Weightman. A proud Scotsman with a degree in marketing from Glasgow Caledonian University he was a youth football player for a number of teams in Scotland, including Glasgow Rangers and enjoyed a period abroad playing in Sweden. He began his career working in industry, while coaching children's football and supporting autistic children and their families before embarking on his PGDE at the University of Aberdeen. After teaching in a state school outside Glasgow he worked at the British International School of Moscow ultimately becoming headteacher. Father of twin boys, he returned to the UK with his family to become head at CHS. His office walls are covered with his own excellent photographs and memories of his adventurous travels in Russia and across the world, including ascent of Kilimanjaro. He is charismatic,...

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