South Chadderton School

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South Chadderton School
Type Secondary
Location Butterworth Lane
Greater Manchester
Local authority Metropolitan Borough of Oldham
Staff 54
Students 720 (approx.)
Gender Co-educational
Ages 11–16

South Chadderton School was a co-educational secondary school in Chadderton, Greater Manchester, England. The school catered for children aged 11-16.

South Chadderton was a Full Service Extended School worked in close collaboration with the City Learning Centre and Whitegate End, with which the school shared the campus. The school had access to a considerable range of resources for working parents and families to support learning beyond the school day.

In 2007, staff went on strike after a teacher was suspended as part of an investigation into the publication of a diary detailing the bad behaviour of pupils.[1]

South Chadderton School has now been amalgamated with Kaskenmoor School to become Oasis Academy Oldham.


  1. ^ "Oldham teachers walk out". Manchester Evening News. 18 July 2007. Retrieved 2007-11-27. 

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Coordinates: 53°31′25″N 2°09′34″W / 53.5236°N 2.1595°W / 53.5236; -2.1595