Senior School Clubs & Activities
At Cheadle Hulme School we're no strangers to the success of students who have achieved high standards in their co-curricular lives. Whether as a rising sports star selected to play for their country, an accomplished musician performing a solo in a concert, or a drama student whose dazzling acting skills have placed them firmly in the spotlight, it's always great to see students indulging, and achieving, in their passions and following their dreams.
As educators, we have always seen a strong connection between those students getting involved in an active lifestyle outside of timetabled lessons and their potential to achieve a strong academic performance.
The educational journey embraces more than the classroom environment; we believe it is equally about the co- curricular opportunities through which the individual grows and flourishes.
Below is an example of the incredible variety of co-curricular activities available to students throughout the year, encouraging them to develop their interests, talents and social skills beyond the classroom.
Current parents can view the full list of clubs for each year group via Parent Portal (Please note that due to staff changes, co-curricular lists will be updated in the first full week of each term. Activities usually start in the second week of term, but students should check this with the relevant member of staff.)
Duke of Edinburgh
Food Skills Club
MFL Vocab Club
Sixth Form Choir
Sports Scholars Conditioning
Year 7 Singers