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Would you be interested in joining the School Choir? 
If so please ask your form tutor for more information


Below is the song by Gary Barlow which the School Choir will be singing. 

NORTH CHADDERTON SCHOOL
COMMUNITY OPEN DAY
SATURDAY, 21st SEPTEMBER
1.00 – 4.00PM

The School extends a very warm welcome to parents, partners of the School and residents within the Community, to come and see the now completed fabulous new School building and facilities.

Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 – 8.25am

A Warm Welcome to the Autumn Term and the New Academic Year to all Students Year 7 – 13.

Hope you have all enjoyed an exciting and safe holiday and look forward to marking the work you have been working hard on throughout the Summer.

  • All Studentswill return to School on Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 at 8.25am.
  • Entrance to School is through the front gate onlyThe back gate is on lock down and will not be a way to get in or out of School.
  • All Students must be in the building by 8.25am to enable you to arrive at your Form Room by 8.30am prompt.
  • All Year 7 Students are to go straight to the Hall when you arrive. Your Form Tutor will be waiting for you, at 8.25am, ready for Assembly with Ms. Clark at 8.30am.
  • Years 8 - 13 must go to their Form Rooms where your Form Tutor will meet you and give to you information and guidance about the first day back arrangements.
  • Please do not worry, there will be lots of Staff in the Exchange assisting Students who need pointing in the right direction.
  • We look forward to seeing you all on Tuesday 3rd September, 2013 at 8.25am looking smart in your uniform, wearing correct black leather footwear and appropriate hair style/colour ready for a new academic year of outstanding learning.

                                

Enjoy the last weekend of the Summer Holiday!

North Chadderton is celebrating another year of outstanding results at GCSE.

The school has yet again exceeded its key target of 5 A*-C including English and Maths achieving a superb 73%. This is the nationally recognised Gold standard that enables students to progress to greater Post 16 opportunities. The school is particularly delighted with its English and Maths GCSE results – both above 80% A*-C, and more students than ever achieving the top grades.

Joy Clark, Headteacher, said:

“These results reflect the continued drive for success at the school. They demonstrate the sheer hard work of students and staff built on the ethic of Teamwork within the school. The positive partnership with parents has also played a key role in this success.

We look forward now to building on these excellent results as we move from temporary accommodation into the multi-million pound new School building from September 2013.”

North Chadderton School is celebrating its excellent success at both ‘A’ and ‘AS’ Level. 97% of students in Year 13 achieved A*-E grades and the school is proud to say that over a third of students achieved ‘A’ Level grades at Grade B and above – a superb reflection of how well the students have prepared for their ‘A’ Level examinations.

At ‘AS’ Level – Year 12 students achieved 84.2% at A-E.

Headteacher, Joy Clark, said “We are delighted that these excellent ‘A’ and ‘AS’ examination results reflect the continued journey of success at the school. They are a reflection of the hard work of both students and staff whilst working in challenging circumstances on a building site.”

North Chadderton School is part of The Oak Trust.

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 

Receptionists'   

Mrs G Tonge
Mrs A Galgani

Chair of the Oak Trust Board - Mrs L Brierley, c/o North Chadderton School.

 

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