Cheadle Hulme School fosters relationships with over 13,000 Old Waconians worldwide. Our Alumni Relations programme aims to further the needs of the School by broadening the participation of our former students in the activities of the School and providing opportunities for them to volunteer their skills and expertise to enhance our academic, co-curricular and pastoral programmes. We also promote philanthropic support for the School’s priority projects. CHS is extremely fortunate to have an alumni body that remain so loyal to the School and its long and proud heritage by offering their skills, expertise and philanthropic support.
The term ‘Old Waconian’ stems from the original name given to the School in 1855: The Warehouseman and Clerks’ Orphan Schools. Every former student and member of staff becomes an Old Waconian when they leave Cheadle Hulme School.
With over 13,000 Old Waconians in over 43 countries around the world, the School strives to effectively communicate and engage with all alumni through a variety of communications, events and initiatives.
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Keep us informed of any changes to your contact details and your preferred method of communication so we can continue to keep you informed of Old Waconian events, news about School and our latest projects. Email email@example.com or phone 0161 488 3341.
All alumni data is securely held by the Cheadle Hulme School (the School) External Relations Office under the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998 (as updated and superseded from time to time) and will be treated confidentially and with the utmost respect. Data is obtained throughout the School’s relationships with alumni.
All data provided to the School will be used for purposes directly related to the interests of the School and its alumni. Any data held will not be disclosed to external organisations other than those acting as agents for the School. This includes mailing houses for the distribution of publications and wealth screening agencies to support the School's fundraising efforts.
We may communicate with you in person, by phone, email and postal mail, except where you have expressed a preference not to be contacted in a specific way.