Oldham Hulme Grammar Schools
Oldham, United Kingdom
About Oldham Hulme Grammar Schools
Oldham Hulme Grammar School, located in Oldham, Lancashire, is a mixed selective school for children between the ages of two and 18. It is an independent, all-through mainstream school with a sixth-form. Currently there are 760 students enrolled at the establishment. Classes are co-educational in the Kindergarten and sixth form and single-sex in Years 3 to 11.
Craig JD Mairs
Values and vision
Oldham Hulme Grammar School strives to give children a modern education with traditional values. The school aims for pupils to enjoy learning and develop socially, emotionally and culturally, as well as academically. Children are encouraged to be enthusiastic about the subject they are being taught.
The school celebrates the success of students by displaying their work on the walls. Oldham Hulme aims to instil core values in pupils, including honesty, generosity and respect for other people. The school builds the confidence of pupils by encouraging student leadership and responsibilities.
“In the junior school, the school uses its own framework to determine attainment, instead of the national framework. At GCSE in the years 2013 to 2015, performance has been above the national average for maintained schools. In the sixth form, A-level results in the years 2013 to 2015 have been in line with the national average for sixth formers in maintained schools. Principles and values are actively promoted which facilitate the personal development of pupils as responsible, tolerant, law-abiding citizens.”