The Ed. Podcast
The Ed. Podcast is here to keep you up to date with everything CHS. Hear from a range of CHS voices, from students to teachers, on the latest CHS news, events and happenings. Gain a glimpse behind the scenes, learn more about upcoming school news, and listen to the voices that are the foundation of the school’s vibrant community.
Behind The Scenes
Co-curricular activities are a key part of the CHS experience and we firmly believe that they are an integral part of a student’s development. Whether your child is an active member of the school choir or is on the pitch with their football team, the CHS Ed. Podcast allows you to learn more about the range of activities available to CHS students. Go behind the scenes at school plays, trips, classes, clubs, activities and more.
Upcoming School News
Learn about the latest upcoming school news in the Ed. Podcast. Cheadle Hulme School is constantly evolving as a dynamic independent school and, as a result, CHS regularly has a multitude of exciting news well-deserving of its own podcast.
A diverse, well-rounded curriculum is integral to developing a student’s academic potential. Hear from both students and teachers on a range of topics concerning the curriculum, such as how students can excel within their classes, top tips on how students can prepare for exam season, and how students can manage their workload for improved wellbeing.
The CHS Community
CHS is home to a vibrant community of parents, teachers and, of course, our students. Hear from the voices that shape the school with the Ed. Podcast. Tune in each month for a new podcast episode, available on Apple, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Soundcloud, Anchor.fm and more.
In Episode 2...
In the second episode of The Ed. Podcast, Year 13 host James takes you on a journey through the artistic side of life at the School across music, art, drama, and literature.
Hear what‘s been inspiring the Juniors during their art lessons; take a trip to Boston and New York with CHS’s literature students; meet rising student band The Schrutes as they prepare for G!G; Head of Art, Mr Hayley reveals his own artistic inspirations; and become an honorary member of The School Council as they welcome you to one of their weekly meetings.
Find out what it’s like to paint in front of a live audience at Manchester Art Fair; meet Theatre Director and "Old Waconian of the Month", George Perrin; catch up with the cast of Senior School production, The Crucible, and find out more about CHS’s Sixth Form Arts Pathway and Arts Award.
Arts Pathway and Arts Award: Ms Harms and Mrs Gardner
Arts Pathway and Arts Award: Sixth Form students
Junior School Art: Year 6 students and Mrs Flynn
Get ready for G!G: Mr Lawrence
Get ready for G!G: The Schrutes
Meet The Cast: Senior School Production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible
Old Waconian of the Month: George Perrin, Class of 1999 – Theatre Director
New York New York: Literature students and Mr Axon visit the USA
What Did You Do Today? CHS School Council
Manchester Art Fair: Student live painters
My life in art: Mr Hayley, Head of Art