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Welcome to Cheadle Catholic Junior School’s website!

We hope that the information on our website is useful – please check out the latest newsletter to find out about all the exciting things happening here at Cheadle Catholic. If you have any questions/thoughts/concerns/suggestions, then please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kevin Platt, Headteacher.

Email: headteacher@cheadle-jun.stockport.sch.uk

 

Ofsted Inspection July 2015

  • The inspirational headteacher provides a crystal clear sense of direction for the school. All staff share his vision for pupils to reach their full potential in their academic achievement and personal development.

  •  Pupils across the range of abilities make good progress across the school. Many are making rapid progress in response to more stable and consistent teaching and additional support.

  • The standards that pupils attain by the end of Year 6 reflect their good achievement.

  • Teaching is typically good across the school and some is outstanding. Teachers plan well for the different abilities of individual pupils.

  • Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding. Pupils mix and learn extremely well together. They show excellent attitudes to each other and their work. These qualities help to sustain pupils’ good and improving learning.

  • The school’s work in keeping pupils safe and secure is exemplary. All pupils are treated equally and benefit from very high quality care.

  • Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding is very well developed. Visitors and trips bring learning to life. Pupils engage in sports, music and dance enthusiastically.

  • The senior leadership team has led several whole-school changes very effectively. In a relatively short space of time, there have been significant improvements. The staff’s relationships with pupils, parents, grandparents and the local community are exceptionally positive.

  • All staff and members of the governing body are dedicated to improving the lives of pupils and they work extremely well as a team. Their successful actions have a positive impact on improving the quality of teaching and pupils’ achievements. The school continues to improve.