|Chamber Road, OL8 4BX, UK Oldham|
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Within the Oldham Hulme family of schools, we are proud to offer outstanding levels of education for each stage of your child’s development.
Beginning with the warm, nurturing environment of our Kindergarten, building confidence throughout the Junior and Secondary years - to creating extremely capable, well-balanced young adults in our Sixth Form - Oldham Hulme is renowned for achieving high levels of success at both GCSE and A-Level.
Add a comprehensive range of extra-curricular activities, including after school clubs, sporting and music opportunities and numerous educational visits, and you’ll find we offer the right educational choice – for all the right reasons.
Kindergarten educates girls and boys from the ages of 3 to 7 years old, and at the age of 7 they automatically enter Hulme Court or Estcourt Preparatory School.
The early years are, without doubt, the most important part of a child’s school life – and at Oldham Hulme Kindergarten, we aim to channel each child's natural enthusiasm into a genuine and life-long passion for learning.
Challenging young, enquiring minds to fulfill their true potential, through a broad and balanced education, we make learning fun and promote positive discipline based on praise and reward.
|ESTCOURT - GIRLS` PREP SCHOOL|
Estcourt is the Girls' Preparatory and educates girls from the ages of 7 to 11 years old, and at the age of 11 all girls take the Entrance Examination for the girls' senior school.
At Estcourt every girls if valued, nurtured and encouraged to see herself as part of our lively school community.
Providing a well-balanced curriculum of academic study – as well as a stimulating range of extra curricular activities – all aspects of school life are designed to help prepare the girls for the next stage in their education and instill a clear sense of worth and the capability to face future challenges.
|HULME COURT - BOYS` PREP SCHOOL|
Hulme Court is the Boys' Preparatory and educates boys from the ages of 7 to 11 years old, and at the age of 11 all boys take the Entrance Examination for the boys' senior school.
At Hulme Court boys thrive on the opportunity to nurture wider interests and talents – and our aim is to provide a safe, happy environment that not only excels in academic provision, but also embraces music, drama, sport and educational visits.
Considering the individual care of each boy to be of paramount importance, we encourage open, polite communication and put in place the building blocks that help create mature, responsible adults.
The Girls' Senior School is a well established, successful independent school with 420 girls from the ages of 11 to 16 years old. At the age of 16 they enter the joint Sixth Form.
Throughout the secondary years, our aim is to provide a caring, friendly and lively environment that fosters learning, encourages independent working and enables each girl to fulfill her potential.
With a broad, balanced curriculum that embraces academic excellence, outstanding pastoral care and a stimulating range of extra curricular activities, we promote personal development of each individual within the school community.
The Boys' Senior School is a well established, successful independent school with 550 boys from the ages of 11 to 16 years old. At the age of 16 they enter the joint Sixth Form.
Renowned for providing an academic education of the highest standard, we are committed to developing each boy’s talents and abilities to the full.
Offering a caring, safe and disciplined environment in which to learn, we promote the concepts of tolerance and respect throughout school and the wider community.
Why choose the sixth form at Hulme over any other sixth form or college? As the most senior members of the school, there is a sense of community spirit amongst sixth formers. They are given so much more freedom and ultimately responsible for managing their own time and workload. Instead of just being a face in the crowd, the more intimate environment allows them to form bonds with staff and students that will allow for the best possible academic education.
We encourage independent learning, shouldering responsibility and making the most of opportunities on offer. Privileges and freedom are there to be enjoyed in return for high expectation in behavior, attitude and commitment to study.
The sixth form is accommodated in two large common rooms in the senior school which both have kitchens where students can make hot drinks and light snacks. They are also equipped with stereos and quality newspapers are provided daily.
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