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Visit by Mr Andy Haldane, Chief Economist Bank of England.

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On Friday, business and economics students were privileged to have an important visitor come to school to talk to us about the UK economy.  Mr Haldane is one of 9 members of the Monetary Policy Committee who currently sets our UK interest rates.  He has also been voted one of the 100 most influential people in our world by TIME magazine!  Mr Haldane, and 3 of his colleagues from the Bank of England gave a really engaging interactive talk about the state of our economy and what the Bank of England’s role is to help it.  Pupils from both North Chadderton and The Blue Coat School asked and answered a number of questions on inflation, interest rates, and the role of the Bank of England.  We were very honoured to have such a high profile guest at our school, which formed part of his regional visit to the North West.  Having such an inspirational speaker has hopefully inspired some of our business and economics pupils to perhaps follow in his footsteps in the future!  

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North Chadderton School rose to the challenge and produced a world class performance of the hit musical ‘Beauty and the Beast’

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From the 24th to 26th February, North Chadderton School produced a world class production of the hit Disney musical ‘Beauty and the Beast’. The show featured students from Years 7 – 12 and each show was a sell out performance. The producer and director, Katie Berry, the Curriculum Leader of performing arts described the show as… “Professional and Flawless”. She also stated, “The cast have been nothing but dedicated. I have never worked with students who have been so committed to creating such a polished performance. The only issue we have now is how do we top it next year!”

The final night of the performance saw the cast receive 3 standing ovations from the audience, with audience members describing the show as ‘amazing’, ‘better than the production at Disney World’ and commenting on the actors as ‘professionals’. The students and staff involved worked for months ensuring that the performance that they produced was flawless and with a fantastic set, they produced a performance that was worthy of the west end. 


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The school community has also recently exceeded last year’s fundraising total with £11,364.31p raised for Dr Kershaw's hospice in the 2014-15 academic year. Representatives from the hospice came into school where the students presented them with a cheque. This money has been raised mainly via the school sponsored walk, the summer bake off, Pi day and a book sale.

Hannah Shelmerdine in year 11 also organised a week of fundraising for a charity very close to her heart called HemiHelp. Hannah and her helpers raised £178.66 through break and lunchtime activities.

The student council are organising a Christmas bake off on 11th December and Chrismas jumper day on 18th December. The proceeds of these fundraising activities will also be passed to Dr Kershaw's.

The school council are also in the process of democratically selecting the school charity for 2016.

On Friday 27th November hosted our annual Awards Evening for our Year 11 and Year 13 Class of 2015 with Guest speaker Eric Bishyika. 

North Chadderton School is part of The Oak Trust.

Headteacher & Chief Executive:
Ms J Clark

Senior Director of Education

Mrs S. North


Mrs M. Meaden

North Chadderton School
Chadderton Hall Road, 
Chadderton, Oldham, OL9 OBN.
Tel: 0161 624 9939 


Mrs G Tonge
Mrs A Galgani

Chair of the Oak Trust Board - Mrs L Brierley, c/o North Chadderton School.
Chair of Local Advisory Committee - Mr G Crabtree, c/o North Chadderton School.


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