List of schools in Stockport

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The following is a list of active schools in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport in Greater Manchester, England.

The largest establishment is Stockport College with over 11,000 students. The largest secondary schools are Kingsway and Marple Hall, and the largest independent school is the 15th century Stockport Grammar School.

Primary schools[edit]

Primary schools are the most common kind of school in Stockport. Nearly half provide education for nursery age children (ages 3–4), and several further institutions exist that provide nursery education that are not attached to schools. The rest of the schools start from Reception (age 4) to Year 6 (age 11), though seven are split into infant and junior schools (ages 4–7 and 7-11 respectively) and are managed separately. Some institutions are merged schools from such arrangements. The largest are three form entry schools, and the smallest contain classes of mixed ages. All have an associated secondary school which children will generally move to when they finish Year 6. Some follow a curriculum based on a particular religion: Catholic, Church of England or Jewish.

School Locality Ages Capacity Ofsted Est. Notes
Abingdon Primary School Reddish 4-11 203 106074 [1]
Adswood Primary School Adswood 4-11 208 106024 1936 [2]
Alexandra Park Primary School Edgeley 4-11 420 2009 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools, built 1912.[3]
All Saints C.E. Primary School Marple 4-11 180 106102 1931 [4]
All Saints C.E. Primary School Heaton Norris 4-11 207 106103 [5]
Arden Primary School Bredbury 3-11 392 106100 1995 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools.[6]
Banks Lane Infant School Offerton 3-7 261 106027 [7]
Banks Lane Junior School Offerton 7-11 390 106028 [8]
Bolshaw Primary School Heald Green 4-11 210 106029 1969 [9]
Bradshaw Hall Primary School Cheadle Hulme 3-11 294 131554 1999 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools.[10]
Bredbury Green Primary School Romiley 3-11 315 106095 [11]
Bridge Hall Primary School Bridge Hall 3-11 157 106032 [12]
Broadstone Hall Primary School Heaton Chapel 4-11 371 106034 [13]
Brookside Primary School High Lane 4-11 161 106036 [14]
Cale Green Primary School Shaw Heath 3-11 196 106091 [15]
Cheadle Catholic Infant School Cheadle Hulme 3-7 282 106111 1972 [16]
Cheadle Catholic Junior School Cheadle Hulme 7-11 322 106112 [17]
Cheadle Heath Primary School Cheadle Heath 3-11 203 133326 2001 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools, built 1960.[18]
Cheadle Primary School Cheadle 3-11 273 106038 [19]
Dial Park Primary School Offerton 3-11 308 106043 [20]
Didsbury Road Primary School Heaton Mersey 3-11 406 106098 1991 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools.[21]
Etchells Primary School Heald Green 3-11 297 106045 [22]
Fairway Primary School Offerton 3-11 203 106046 [23]
Gatley Primary School Gatley 5-11 406 106047 1936 [24]
Great Moor Infant School Great Moor 3-7 229 106048 [25]
Great Moor Junior School Great Moor 7-11 298 106049 [26]
Greave Primary School Woodley 5-11 224 106050 1969 [27]
Hazel Grove Primary School Hazel Grove 3-11 205 106099 1994 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools.[28]
High Lane Primary School High Lane 3-11 203 106051 [29]
Hursthead Infant School Cheadle Hulme 4-7 261 106052 [30]
Hursthead Junior School Cheadle Hulme 7-11 360 106053 1968 [31]
Ladybridge Primary School Cheadle 3-11 189 106054 [32]
Ladybrook Primary School Bramhall 3-11 210 106055 [33]
Lane End Primary School Cheadle Hulme 4-11 203 106097 1967 [34]
Lark Hill Primary School Edgeley 4-11 207 106056 [35]
Ludworth Primary School Marple Bridge 5-11 315 106057 1908 [36]
Lum Head Primary School Gatley 5-11 203 106093 [37]
Meadowbank Primary School Cheadle 3-11 378 135008 2005 Amalgamation of Brookhead Junior/Demmings Infant Schools.[38]
Mellor Primary School Mellor 3-11 129 106058 1881 [39]
Mersey Vale Primary School Heaton Mersey 3-11 180 106059 1975 [40]
Moorfield Primary School Hazel Grove 4-11 378 134883 2005 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools, built 1963/4.[41]
Moss Hey Primary School Bramhall 4-11 189 106090 [42]
Nevill Road Infant School Bramhall 3-7 204 106062 1960 [43]
Nevill Road Junior School Bramhall 7-11 272 106063 [44]
Norbury Hall Primary School Hazel Grove 3-11 406 106064 1990 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools.[45]
Norris Bank Primary School Heaton Norris 4-11 297 106065 [46]
North Cheshire Jewish Primary School Heald Green 4-11 308 106113 1970 [47]
Orrishmere Primary School Cheadle Hulme 4-11 196 106069 [48]
Our Lady's R.C. Primary School Edgeley 5-11 210 106114 1865 [49]
Outwood Primary School Heald Green 3-11 203 106094 [50]
Pownall Green Primary School Bramhall 4-11 406 106089 [51]
Prospect Vale Primary School Heald Green 3-11 203 106071 [52]
Queens Road Primary School Cheadle Hulme 3-11 203 106073 [53]
Queensgate Primary School Bramhall 3-11 210 106072 [54]
Romiley Primary School Romiley 4-11 406 106075 1914 Formerly St Chad's National School, opened in 1867.[55]
Rose Hill Primary School Rose Hill 3-11 308 106076 [56]
St Ambrose Catholic Primary School Adswood 3-11 180 106115 [57]
St Bernadette's Catholic Primary School Brinnington 3-11 161 106116 [58]
St Christopher's Catholic Primary School Romiley 4-11 203 106117 [59]
St Elisabeth's C.E. Primary School Reddish 3-11 203 106110 1874 [60]
St George's C.E. Primary School Heaviley 4-11 406 131306 1997 Formerly separate Infant/Junior schools.[61]
St John's C.E. Primary School Heaton Mersey 5-11 210 106105 [62]
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Reddish 3-11 471 2011 Formed from the amalgamation of separate infant and junior schools.[63]
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School Stockport 4-11 157 106122 1846 [64]
St Mark's C of E Primary School Bredbury 3-11 294 106104
St Mary's Catholic Primary School Marple Bridge 3-11 203 106123 1970 [65]
St Mary's C.E. Primary School South Reddish 5-11 179 106106 [66]
St Mary's R.C. Primary School Heaton Norris 3-11 139 106124 1908 [67]
St Matthew's C.E. Primary School Edgeley 3-11 203 106107 [68]
St Paul's C.E. Primary School Brinnington 3-11 203 106108 [69]
St Peter's Catholic Primary School Hazel Grove 5-11 287 106125 1965 [70]
St Philip's Catholic Primary School Offerton 5-11 168 106126 [71]
St Simon's Catholic Primary School Hazel Grove 3-11 168 106127 1970 [72]
St Thomas' CE Primary School Heaton Chapel 4-11 262 106128 1867 [73]
St Thomas' CE Primary School Stockport 3-11 120 106109 1837 [74]
St Winifred's R.C Primary School Heaton Mersey 4-11 413 106129 1936 [75]
Thorn Grove Primary School Cheadle Hulme 3-11 196 106079 1951 [76]
Tithe Barn Primary School Heaton Mersey 4-11 203 106080 [77]
Torkington Primary School Hazel Grove 3-11 240 106081 1969 [78]
Vale View Primary School Reddish 4-11 525 2011 Formed from the amalgamation of Fir Tree Primary, North Reddish Infant and North Reddish Junior Schools.[79]
Vernon Park Primary School Stockport 3-11 252 106082 [80]
Warren Wood Primary School Offerton 4-11 308 106083 1981 [81]
Westmorland Primary School Brinnington 3-11 420 132121 [82]
Whitehill Primary School Heaton Norris 4-11 196 106084 [83]
Woodley Primary School Woodley 3-11 382 134779 1861 [84]

Secondary schools[edit]

All secondary schools in Stockport with one exception cater for children between the ages of 11 and 16. Before 1991, most schools had sixth form provision, but this was changed in preference for sixth form colleges. Most have a specialism, such as business, science, technology or languages. Three follow a Catholic curriculum, and Stockport Academy has a Christian ethos. All contain at least four forms per year group to allow flexibility to provide for a varied curriculum, and all have associated primary schools from which students mostly come from when they join in Year 7.

School Image Locality Ages Capacity Ofsted Est. Notes
Bramhall High School Bramhall 11-16 1594 106139 1967 [85]
Cheadle Hulme High School CHHS.jpg Cheadle Hulme 11-16 1379 106140 1936 Opened as Woods Lane Secondary Modern School, and became comprehensive in 1972 and changed its name to the current one. It was briefly known as Cheadle Hulme College between 1997 and 2005, reflecting its Language College status.[86]
Harrytown Catholic High School Romiley 11-16 804 106143 1978 Formerly an independent convent school (opened in 1913). It is a voluntary aided Catholic school.[87]
Hazel Grove High School Hazel Grove 11-16 1293 106137 1955 [88]
Marple Hall School Marple Hall School.jpg Marple 11-16 1711 106138 1974 Built on the site of Marple Hall, this was originally a grammar school opened in 1960.[89]
Offerton School Offerton 11-16 1134 106132 [90]
Priestnall School Heaton Mersey 11-16 1206 106133 [91]
Reddish Vale Technology College Reddish 11-16 1392 106134 [92]
St Anne's Roman Catholic High School Heaton Chapel 11-16 730 106144 1959 [93]
St James' Catholic High School Cheadle Hulme 11-16 727 106142 [94]
Stockport Academy Cheadle Heath 11-18 1050 135262 2007 Opened in the former Avondale High School (which was established in 1940), it moved to new premises in 2008 and the old school was demolished. It is the only secondary school in Stockport catering for students aged 16–18.[95]
Stockport School Heaviley 11-16 1081 106135 1938 [96]
The Kingsway School Cheadle/ Gatley 11-16 1677 106141 1983 Formerly two separate schools (Broadway Boys and Kingsway Girls), merged due to decreasing enrollment.[97]
Werneth School Romiley 11-16 1439 106136 1941 [98]

Special schools[edit]

School Locality Ages Capacity Ofsted Notes
Castle Hill High School Brinnington 11-16 132 106172 [99]
Heaton School Heaton Moor 10-19 73 106173 [100]
Lisburne School Offerton 4-11 56 106170 [101]
Oakgrove School Heald Green 4-11 24 131887 [102]
Valley School Bramhall 2-11 69 106168 [103]
Windlehurst School Marple 11-16 21 131889 [104]

Independent schools[edit]

School Locality Ages Capacity Report Website Notes
Acorns School Marple 5-16 40 Ofsted [105]
Ashcroft School (CYCES) Cheadle 8-16 40 Ofsted website [106]
Brabyns Preparatory School Marple 2-11 143 ISI[dead link] website [107]
Bridge College Offerton 16-99 - 134143 website [108]
Cheadle Hulme School Cheadle Hulme 4-18 1384 ISI[dead link] website [109]
Covenant Christian School Heaton Moor 5-16 70 Ofsted website [110]
Greenbank School Cheadle Hulme 2-11 202 ISI[dead link] website [111]
Hillcrest Grammar School Shaw Heath 2-17 315 ISI[dead link] website [112]
Hulme Hall Grammar School Cheadle Hulme 2-16 339 ISI[dead link] website [113]
Inscape House School Cheadle 4-19 54 Ofsted website [114]
Lady Barn House School Cheadle 2-11 473 ISI[dead link] website [115]
Mereside Education Trust Heaton Mersey 7-18 90 [116]
Penarth Group School Hazel Grove 8-16 15 website [117]
Ramillies Hall School Cheadle Hulme 0-14 200 ISI[dead link] website [118]
Seashell Trust Cheadle Hulme 4-19 86 Ofsted website [119]
St James Independent School Heaton Norris 3-11 32 Ofsted website [120]
Stella Maris School Heaton Mersey 3-11 71 Ofsted website [121]
Stockport Grammar School Heaviley 2-18 1420 ISI[dead link] website [122]

Units[edit]

Name Locality Ages Ofsted Notes
Moat House Heaton Norris 13-16 106023 [123]
The Pendlebury Centre Cheadle Heath 11-16 106022 [124]
S.B.S.S. Highfields Brinnington 11-16 134623 [125]

Further education[edit]

There are three main establishments for education beyond the age of 16 in Stockport. In addition to these, there is Cheadle Hulme School and Stockport Grammar School, independent schools, and Stockport Academy which has a sixth form. Both of these cater to students up to the age of 18. There are also special schools which cater for children up to the age of 18. The colleges below provide courses mainly consisting of A-levels, but also GCSEs, diplomas, baccalaureates and degrees (at Stockport College). They are open to everyone over the age of 16.

Name Image Locality Ofsted Est. Notes
Aquinas College Heaviley 130514 1980 Formerly St Michael's High School. There are approximately 1800 students, and the college is regularly over-subscribed. It is owned by the Diocese of Shrewsbury and teaching is based on a Catholic curriculum.[126]
Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College CAMSFC.JPG Cheadle Hulme/Marple 130515 1995 Formerly two separate colleges (Margaret Danyers and Ridge respectively), both of which were secondary schools before 1991. Known as Ridge Danyers College until 2004, it operates from two campuses, one in Cheadle Hulme, the other in Marple.[127][128]
Stockport College Stockport College.jpg Stockport 130512 1889 It opened as a Technical school, and became a college of Further Education in 1927. It merged with North Area College in 2006, adding a second campus.[129][130]

Closed establishments[edit]

Name Locality Type Year closed Reason for closure
Alexandra Park Infant School Edgeley Primary school 2009 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Alexandra Park Junior School Edgeley Primary school 2009 Amalgamated with the Infant School
Arden Infant School Bredbury Primary school 1995 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Arden Junior School Bredbury Primary school 1995 Amalgamated with the Infant School
Avondale High School Cheadle Heath Secondary school 2007 Became Stockport Academy
Barrack Hill Primary School Romiley Primary school 2005 Low enrolment
Beacon School Adswood Special school 1989
Bradshaw Hall Infant School Cheadle Hulme Primary school 1999 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Bradshaw Hall Junior School Cheadle Hulme Primary school 1999 Amalgamated with the Infant School
Brindale Primary School Brinnington Primary school 2000 Amalgamation
Brinnington High School Brinnington Secondary school 1989
Brookhead Junior School Cheadle Primary School 2005 Amalgamated with Demmings Infant School to become Meadowbank Primary School
Bruntwood Primary School Cheadle Hulme Primary school 2005 Low enrolment
Cheadle Heath Infant School Cheadle Heath Primary school 2001 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Cheadle Heath Junior School Cheadle Heath Primary school 2001 Amalgamated with the Infant School
Cheadle Preparatory School Heald Green Independent school 1997 Became Oakgrove School
Cherry Tree Infant School Romiley Primary school 1999
Cherry Tree Junior School Romiley Primary school 1999
Davenport School Davenport Secondary school 1989
Demmings Infant School Cheadle Primary School 2005 Amalgamated with Brookhead Junior School to become Meadowbank Primary School
Didsbury Road Junior School Heaton Mersey Primary school 1991 Amalgamated with Heaton Moor Infant School
Doodfield Primary School Hawk Green Primary school 1998 Low enrolment, site now used as Windlehurst School.
Fir Tree Primary School North Reddish Primary school 2011 Amalgamated with North Reddish Infant and North Reddish Junior Schools to become Vale View Primary School
Glengarth Special School Marple Special school 1987
Hazel Grove Infant School Hazel Grove Primary school 1994 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Hazel Grove Junior School Hazel Grove Primary school 1994 Amalgamated with the Infant School
Heaton Moor Infant School Heaton Moor Primary school 1991 Amalgamated with Didsbury Road Junior School
Ivy Cottage Residential School Cheadle Hulme Independent school 2007
Margaret Danyers College Cheadle Hulme Further education 1995 Merged with The Ridge College in Marple to become Ridge Danyers Sixth Form College, later Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
Marple Ridge High School Marple Secondary school 1989 Eventually became Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
Maycroft Infant School Brinnington Primary school 1995 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Maycroft Junior School Brinnington Primary school 1995 Amalgamated with the Infant School
Maycroft Primary School Brinnington Primary school 2000
Moorfield Infant School Hazel Grove Primary school 2005 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Moorfield Junior School Hazel Grove Primary school 2005 Amalgamated with the Infant School
North Area College Heaton Moor Further education 2006 Amalgamated with Stockport College
North Heaton Primary School Heaton Chapel Primary school 2005 Amalgamated with Broadstone Hall Primary School
North Reddish Infant School North Reddish Primary school 2011 Amalgamated with Fir Tree Primary and North Reddish Junior Schools to become Vale View Primary School
North Reddish Junior School North Reddish Primary school 2011 Amalgamated with Fir Tree Primary and North Reddish Infant Schools to become Vale View Primary School
Offerton Hall Primary School Offerton Primary school 2005 Amalgamation
Oriel Bank School Davenport Independent school 2005
Overdale School Romiley Special school 1996
Peacefield Primary School Marple Primary school 2009 Amalgamated with Rose Hill Primary School
St Catherine's Preparatory School Marple Bridge Independent school 2008
St George's C.E Infant School Heaviley Primary school 1997 Amalgamated with the Junior School
St George's C.E Junior School Heaviley Primary school 1997 Amalgamated with the Infant School
St Joseph's RC Infant and Nursery School Reddish Primary school 2011 Amalgamated with the Junior School
St Joseph's RC Junior School Reddish Primary school 2011 Amalgamated with the Infant School
St Stephen's C.E Primary School Offerton Primary school 2004
Shawfold School Heaton Moor Special school 1988
Springwood Primary School Romiley Primary school 2005
Star of the Sea School Bramhall Independent school 1998
Syddal Park School Bramhall Independent school 2004
Tame Valley Primary School Brinnington Primary school 2008
The Dale Primary School Romiley Primary school 2009 Amalgamated with Rose Hill Primary School
The Manor County Secondary School Cheadle Hulme Secondary school 1991 Eventually became Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
The Ridge College Marple Further education 1995 Merged with Margaret Danyers College in Cheadle Hulme to become Ridge Danyers Sixth Form College, later Cheadle & Marple Sixth Form College
Thornfield School Heaton Moor Special school 1999
Woodford Preparatory and Nursery School Woodford Independent school 2002
Woodlands School Offerton Special school 1988
Woodley Infant School Woodley Primary school 2004 Amalgamated with the Junior School
Woodley Junior School Woodley Primary school 2004 Amalgamated with the Infant School

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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