OFSTED April 2012 Key Comments: 

  • "Students’ achievement is good and their attainment is high particularly in the school specialist subjects. Their literacy skills are also well developed."
  • "The quality of teaching is good overall with some that is outstanding."
  • "The behaviour and safety of students is outstanding."
  • "The school is a harmonious community and there is a very strong culture of mutual support and respect."
  • "The curriculum is good, and the excellent enrichment opportunities make a significant contribution to the outstanding promotion of students’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development."
  • "All students have a high moral code and this includes showing respect and caring for each other."
  • "Members of the governing body give their time willingly and their support makes a good contribution to school improvement."
  • "A distinctive feature of the school is the success it achieves in blending the academic progress of their students with their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development."
  • "Students grow to become well educated, responsible and caring young people."
  • "The opportunities they have to work with local and wider communities are outstanding. This adds to their understanding of other cultures and gives them scope to develop their interpersonal and communication skills."
  • "There are other excellent opportunities that enrich the good curriculum and include residential experiences, enterprise activities and specialist interest clubs."
  • "This is a good school."

Congratulations to the Class of 2015

77% 5+A*-C (including English and Maths)


This is the best result in the history of the school

 

See the Headteacher's Blog here for more information & photos, and click here to watch the results day compilation video.




Welcome to St. James' Catholic High School

Welcome to the website of St James' Catholic High School, Cheadle Hulme. Feel free to take a look around and find out more about the school, its staff and students. If you want some more information you can contact us here.

St. James' is a community of faith where every child has the opportunity to excel and achieve their potential.

 



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Shakespeare400 Monday 25th April 2016

Shakespeare400

Saturday23rd April was the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. Last week's assemblies were about Shakespeare, his influence on our language and society, and the importance of words.

Upcoming Events

5th May 2016  -  Year 8 girls HPV Vaccination (2) 5th May 2016  -  Options Evening 6th June 2016  -  PTA meeting
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