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Year 7 students have been undertaking a culture project to find out how their culture can help them to become great learners.   The project has involved them interviewing family members about their backgrounds, values and traditions to see how well they fit with the school's culture of promoting Resilience, Respect, Resourcefulness, Reflectiveness, Reasoning and Responsibility.   

Pupils have created a personal learning blog so that they can post about their culture on the VLE.  It is all part of the process of creating global digital citizens who are comfortable with the latest technology, and it is also useful for parents to have virtual window into school life and the school curriculum.

Can parents who recieved a text from school please complete the survey.

North Chadderton School narrowly missed out on being crowned the best secondary in the country.

But proud head teacher Joy Clark insists they are still winners - for making the top eight.

The Times Educational Supplement’s annual schools awards in London on Friday nominated North Chadderton School in the Best Secondary School of the Year category after an incredible year, in which it was named one of the top 90 schools for sustained GCSE improvement and for improving the results of disadvantaged children - as well as raising £10,000 for Dr Kershaw’s Hospice.

Ms Clark said: “I’m so proud of what the team at North Chadderton School achieved in getting to where we are. Staff, pupils and governors have worked tirelessly. It has been an amazing journey; a real team effort.”

North Chadderton was the only English school north of Leicester in the last eight. St Patrick’s High School, County Armagh, Northern Ireland won the trophy.

Ms Clark said: “We weren’t the actual winners, but I feel we were still winners for getting in the top eight. We are just proud to have even been in the room. To receive the national recognition is very humbling. Our school motto ‘driven to be outstanding in all that we do’ is mirrored in how we got in that room.”

Taken from Oldham Chronicle - CLICK HERE TO READ ORIGINAL

CLICK HERE to read the NSPCC Donations letter recieved for our fund raising events on National Pi Day organised by Mr Roberts in the mathematics Department.

In conjunction with the Friends of North Chadderton’s Summer Festival we are running a North Chadderton ‘Past & Present’ Football tournament. We hope to bring together some familiar faces for an afternoon and competition and ‘quality’ football. The tournament will take place on Saturday, 4th July, 12.30pm to 3.00pm. It will be a 7 a side tournament with a maximum squad of 10 players, predominantly past or present staff or students from North Chadderton School (present students – VI form only). Entry fees will go towards the Friends of North Chadderton funds and support the students of our school. There will be lots of fun family activities going on around school on the day so it should be a great occasion.

If you are interested in entering a team or helping out on the day then please contact Steve Handley This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We look forward to a great day!

North Chadderton School is a Single Converter Academy.

Headteacher & Chief Executive:
Ms J Clark

Senior Director of Curriculum, Standards and Effectiveness / Inclusion / SENCo Disadvantaged Students: 

Mrs S. North

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


Mrs G Tonge
Mrs S Hardman

Chair of Governing Body:
Mr G Crabtree (Correspondance to be sent c/o North Chadderton School)




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