Chapel-en-le-Frith High School is a popular and over-subscribed school serving the local community and the wider area.The school’s modern accommodation and attractive site provide a superb environment for learning.
We have a longstanding reputation as a caring, friendly and inclusive school and we are determined to retain these qualities whilst aiming for learning and progress which equal the best in the country. Our Ofsted inspection in February 2012 recognised the excellent work taking place in school and judged the school “Good” in all areas of the new, tougher, inspection framework.
The exam results that our students received last summer further demonstrate the impact of our work, with results which are well above national averages on all key indicators. 68% of our students achieved at least 5 A*-C grades (including English and Maths). We are particularly pleased that the progress of our students in the crucial subjects of English and Maths is well ahead of national expectation.
Our results reflects the hard work of our students and the commitment of our staff team who are continually striving to further improve learning whilst ensuring that students are treated as individuals and are happy at school.
We are always pleased to welcome visitors, please contact us if you would like to visit and see the school at work or if you require any further information.
Students present cheque to Teenage Cancer Trust
Year 10 and 11 students from Chapel-en-le-Frith High School welcomed Adam Johnson, Education Officer and Advocacy Manager from the national charity the Teenage Cancer Trust, into school this week in order to present him with a whopping cheque.