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Grange Secondary School
Rochdale Road, OL9 6DY, UK Oldham
+44 (0)161 652 2428


We are an 11-16 mixed comprehensive school in the centre of Oldham with the vast majority of our pupils coming from the Coldhurst and Westwood wards.

Our school was designated a Visual Arts College in 2002 and we have made significant improvements over the past few years to the extent that we are the most improved school in Oldham.

A hard working dedicated and professional workforce ensures that all pupils are given every opportunity to reach their maximum potential.


  • To provide a caring and supportive school where all who work in it can give of their best
  • To encourage our youngsters to enjoy their education and the challenge of learning and to encourage parents in supporting their children and the school in what we do
  • To encourage our youngsters to become tolerant, caring and responsible members of the community while they are at school and after leaving
  • To provide all youngsters with a broad education, based on the National Curriculum, which will develop their talents and abilities and prepare them for life after school
  • To make sure that they are prepared for examinations, working life, leisure, parenthood and being good citizens, by helping them to develop skills and attitudes such as pride in their work, reliability, loyalty, honesty and flexibility
  • To establish the school as part of the community and to foster links with the community within and beyond Oldham


Pupils in Year 7, 8 and 9 follow courses laid down by the National Curriculum in English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, French, History, Geography, Music, Art, Physical Education, Religious Education, ICT and PSHE/Citizenship.

The current Year 10 pupils will have a core curriculum of English, Mathematics, Science, PSHE/Citizenship, PE and then a wide choice from 5 option blocks.

We run an extensive extra curricular programme, some of which is staffed on a voluntary basis and some of which is funded by Excellence in Cities Study Support Grant.


Teachers provide a wide range of activities at lunch time and at the end of the normal school day. There is a range of sports including badminton, basketball, football, weight training, cricket, tennis, netball and hockey; various musical groups and many other activities including a wide range of homework clubs.

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