Unashamedly academic

At Hazel Grove High School we have established a purposeful and caring atmosphere which caters for the needs of the individual child. Within a pleasant and well-ordered environment students are encouraged and expected to work to the very best of their ability.

A polite reminder to all parents and carers who drop off / pick up students by car:

Please ensure that you fully pull into the car park via the main gates and take the road through the car park, not the bus lane, to exit.
Please do not pull up on the main road outside, or in the entrance gates, to let students out as it can create a hazard to other road users and is unsafe for the students. There is also the large lay-by further up Jackson’s Lane which can be used for dropping off or picking up and helps to ease congestion on the school site.
 
Many thanks for your cooperation in helping to keep our students and our community safe.

Officially Outstanding Teacher Training

We are proud to announce that the Altius Alliance teacher training provider, based at Laurus Trust founder school Cheadle Hulme High School, is officially Ofsted Outstanding!  

A very warm welcome to Hazel Grove High School

We hope our website gives you a sense of our school and some insight into our values and ethos. In September 2019 Hazel Grove High School joined the Laurus Trust, which is underpinned by the shared vision “…for every student, regardless of background or circumstance, to achieve the grades and develop the qualities which will open the door to the future of their choice”.

Hazel Grove is very much a part of the wider community and the partnership between students, staff and parents/carers is vital to the continued success of the school. We endeavour to provide students with the best possible opportunities to succeed and develop a love of learning that will last and that will support them as they take their next steps in life. Our hardworking and dedicated staff always have our students’ best interests at heart and challenge them to achieve their goals.

We set aspirational targets for all students and provide the curriculum, support and the structure needed to achieve them. This is essential to ensure that our students feel safe, confident and challenged. We have high expectations of all members of our school community and we provide opportunities for students to engage with the wider life of the school and, importantly, to develop the qualities, attitudes and habits which will allow them to flourish.

Providing high quality learning opportunities – and removing any barriers – is at the centre of what we want to achieve for our students and we remain committed to ensuring all our students can get the very best out of their time at Hazel Grove High School.

Martin Vevers
Executive Headteacher

Martin Stewart
Head of School

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