Hulme Hall Grammar School
Beech Avenue, Stockport, SK3 8HA, Greater Manchester
0161 485 3524
|Headmaster||Mr Dean Grierson|
|Co-ed Age Range||2-16|
|Number of pupils||200|
|Day fees per annum||£2,840 - £3,300 per term|
|Average Class Size||18|
Hulme Hall Grammar School is a non-selective school with an excellent reputation for providing a friendly, warm and positive atmosphere in which all pupils thrive and succeed. Its small class sizes, high quality teaching and superb enrichment programmes ensure that it provides the best possible educational journey for every pupil.
Situated in a beautiful conservation area in Stockport, Hulme Hall is split into three schools– the Pre-School, Junior Learning Centre and Senior School.
The Pre-School (2-4 years) builds relationships with families and has one shared goal: to create a place of awe and wonder where children can explore, create and grow. The setting has both indoor and outdoor learning environments where children are encouraged to become curious, confident and happy learners.
The Junior Learning Centre (8-11 years) offers an opportunity to learn in an exciting and innovative educational setting. It practises small group teaching that focuses on each child and uses their areas of interest to engage them in productive learning.
The Senior School (11-16 years) aims to provide every pupil with a challenging, dynamic and relevant education that enables them to attain their academic and personal potential and to prepare them fully and effectively for the next stage of their educational journey.
It delivers a curriculum covering a wide range of academic, creative and practical subjects. An extensive choice of GCSE and other external examinations enables pupils at KS4 to choose learning programmes tailored to the individual. This allows them to fulfil, if not exceed expectations, and achieve academic success.
Achievement out of the classroom is important too. Hulme Hall offers a wide and varied co-curricular programme including opportunities for trips abroad and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. There are numerous clubs available at lunchtime and after school and termly enrichment days that take the children outside the classroom.
Caring for the individual has always been at the heart of Hulme Hall’s philosophy and an outstanding pastoral provision ensures that each child can thrive within the school and wider community. Pupils are nurtured through a vital phase in their growth and development focusing on all aspects of education – academic, personal, social and moral – to create confident and respectful individuals. The vast majority of pupils will continue their education at local colleges studying A levels and other equivalent courses.