Cheadle Primary School is situated at the heart of Cheadle village.
Our beautiful school was built in 1909 and, although remains the same on the outside, has recently undergone a full internal renovation in the main building.
As well as two playgrounds, we have a garden area which has a small astro-turf pitch and a trim trail which the children love to use.
At Cheadle Primary School, we place great emphasis on the well-being of our whole school community, be it children, parents or staff. We strongly believe that in order for a child to be ready to learn and engage with the curriculum, their emotional and well-being needs need to be met.
Miss Simpson is our Pastoral Lead within school and will spend as much time as is needed to help the well-being of both our pupils and parents.
As a result of all our hard work in this area, we have recently been awarded the Attachment & Trauma Sensitive School Bronze Award which we are extremely proud of!
Alongside this, we also hold the Unicef Gold school award. This means that we put the rights of the child at the centre of everything that we do.
We offer a broad and balanced curriculum that challenges our pupils to be the best they possibly can be.
As part of the community, we embrace village life. Our pupils regularly visit Abney Care Home and our choir sings in the village at Christmas time.
Some of our pupils even do litter picking in the village in their own time!
Feedback from parents and visitors to our school is overwhelmingly positive and frequently the friendly and cheerful atmosphere is commented on.
We look forward to welcoming you!