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Crompton House C E Secondary School
Rochdale Road, High Crompton, Shaw, OL2 7HS, UK Oldham
+44 (0)1706 847451


As a Leading Edge, Specialist School for the Arts (Art, Music and Drama), we feel proud of the high standards reached by all members of our community.

Excellent academic achievement, highly committed, well qualified staff and a relentless focus on standards has resulted in a school with an ethos where success is valued by all supported by Governors, Trustees, the local authority and members of the local community. I feel proud and privileged to lead such a fine school and would welcome visitors to come and see 'first hand' our wonderful school.


  • Provide every member of our school community with excellent educational opportunities, whilst fostering our Christian values in accordance with our foundation as a Church of England School.
  • Develop and sustain a broad, balanced and accessible curriculum, which meets the needs of every pupil. A curriculum enabling all pupils to achieve their full potential: spiritually, morally, socially, culturally, physically and intellectually.
  • Sustain a caring Christian community in which everyone is encouraged to demonstrate concern and respect for each other and to develop self respect and self discipline.
  • Encourage our pupils to develop excellent skills and knowledge and by doing so, to learn about the world in which we live so that they can make a positive contribution to society.
  • Foster in every pupil and adult at Crompton House the joy of learning, a love of life and a recognition that education is a process which continues throughout our lives.
  • Promote an awareness of Christian beliefs, to pursue a commitment to Christian principles and to enable each child to develop a closer relationship with God.


Through our Specialist Arts College status we have broadened the provision for the Arts through enhancement of curricular and extra-curricular provision. Before designation Crompton House was already a centre of excellence with an outstanding reputation for the arts. Art College status has enabled us to further develop the arts ensuring that the school is a flagship for the arts in all aspects.


At Crompton House we provide a curriculum which broadens and deepens our pupils’ knowledge and understanding. We help them develop a range of social skills to prepare them for the responsibilities and experience of adult life. We aim to develop our pupils’ ability to take responsibility for their learning and to nurture in them a life-long love of education.

Pupils in Years 7 to 11 study English, Maths, Science, Modern Foreign Languages (French / German), Design and Technology and Religious Studies. They also take part in Physical Education and PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) each week. In the Lower School (Years 7 - 9) History, Geography, Music, Art, Drama and Information and Communications Technology are compulsory elements of the curriculum. In the Upper School (Years 10 and 11) these subjects, along with Business Studies, a second Modern Foreign Language, Sociology, Drama, Dance, Media, Technology and Leisure and Tourism are part of the options system.

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