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Bradshaw Hall Primary School
Vernon Close, Cheadle Hulme, SK8 6AN, UK Cheadle
Tel. 0161 282 7858, Fax: 0161 718 7224

Bradshaw Hall Primary School

Vision Statement

Learning and Growing Together

At Bradshaw Hall Primary School, we believe that who you are makes a difference.

"Pupils really enjoy their education and become enthusiastic learners because staff work hard to develop their self-esteem and confidence."


We welcome opportunities to show prospective parents and children around the school. Please phone or call in to arrange a convenient time. Admission to Nursery and Reception is managed centrally by Stockport MBC. Application forms are avaliable directly from there, or from the school. Please phone or call into school to discuss when your child is eligible to start.

Breaktime The House on the Sand Lunchtime


Good attendance and time keeping are very important. It helps to settle your child into school routines and to develop good attitudes to work.

If your child is absent from school please notify us before the start of the school day and keep us regularly informed of their progress.


There are a wide variety of clubs available for children throughout the school. Some run during the lunch hour, whilst other take place after school. Most are run by teachers, and are free of charge. There are some clubs that are run by outside agencies and a small fee is due on these clubs. These are marked with an asterix *


Lunchtime clubs

Playground games - Key Stage 1

ICT Club - Key Stage 1 - Group 1 until February half term, Group 2 after February half term


After school

Multisports - All Ages 3.30pm - 4.30pm *

Netball Club - Key Stage 2

Multimedia Art - Key Stage 2

SATs Booster Club - Year 6

Football Club - Key Stage 2 


Lunchtime clubs

Recorder Club - Key Stage 2 - advanced group

After school

Cookery Club - Key stage 1 - Four sessions per child, you will be notified when the block starts.

Stockport County Football Club* - All ages - until half term

ICT Club - Key Stage 2

Cheerleading* - Key Stage 2


Lunchtime clubs

Recorder Club - Key Stage 2 - beginners group


Below are some links to websites which you may find helpful.

Parent Support Worker - Catherine Eckersley


Phone: 07866 999573

BBC Parenting

Advice for all parents and carers of primary aged children.

Stockport Council's home page


Relevant information for parents and carers.

National Curriculum in Action

The National Curriculum online.

Local Childcare

Information about national and local childcare.


At Bradshaw Hall the vast majority of parents prefer their children to wear school uniform although this is not compulsory. All items are available from MCS Stores in Didsbury, Monkhouses in Cheadle Hulme and KD Clothing in Cheadle. Please ensure your child's name is clearly marked on all items of clothing including coats, book bags and pump bags. Book bags can be purchased directly from school.

Girls - Winter Uniform

  • Gold polo shirt
  • Dark green or dark grey pinafore or skirt
  • Dark grey or black trousers
  • Dark green sweatshirt or cardigan

Girls - Summer Uniform

  • Green and white or gold and white checked or striped cotton dresses

Boys Uniform

  • Gold polo shirt
  • Dark green sweatshirt
  • Dark grey or black trousers
  • Dark grey shorts may be worn in warmer weather

Boys and Girls PE Kit

  • Jade green polo or T-shirt
  • Black shorts
  • Track suit or jogging bottoms may be worn during colder weather
  • Black Pumps for outdoor activities.

Children should not wear jewellery, trainers or boots for school for health and safety reasons.


Who are we and what do we do?

The PTA at Bradshaw Hall comprises of parents and carers who organise regular social and fundraising events throughout the school year. These include Christmas and Summer Fairs, discos, themed fun nights, quiz nights and raffles. Events such as these are not only good fun but also help raise money that is put towards equipment, activities etc. that benefit all the children in school.

How do we help the school?

One of the PTA’s biggest contributions every year is allocating each class with an amount of money that then goes towards the cost of coaches for outings – this ensures that the cost of many school trips remains extremely reasonable and affordable for parents. The Year 6 residential trip to Kingswood is also supported by supplying a tuck shop and assisting with costs for those pupils who would otherwise not be able to go. The PTA also pays for a theatre company to visit school and perform the annual Christmas pantomime and it usually assists with the costs associated with putting on school productions. Buying new playground equipment is always a popular way of spending some of the funds raised and in addition the PTA has also contributed towards plants, fencing and decking for the school garden.

How can you get involved?

PTA events are consistently very well supported by pupils and their families and the committee is always pleased to welcome any new faces at their meetings. Ideas for new events or activities are particularly appreciated.


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