HOLMES CHAPEL YOUR
1ST CHOICE SCHOOL?
Choosing a secondary school is a very personal and important decision for a family. If you've visited Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School & its Sixth Form College you'll know what makes us the first choice for so many families. For those of you who are just getting to know us, we've got endless reasons why you'll want to put us at the top of your list. We have shared six of these with you below!
Best in Cheshire
Considered by many to be the Best in Cheshire, we prepare our learners for an ever-changing world.
Outstanding Exam Results
At our core is a genuine desire for our students to be the best that they can be—and it shows!
Safe and Supportive
A safe environment and supportive staff mean students can focus on what matters.
Our Family Community
Teachers, students, support staff, parents and Governors work together as one community.
High Quality Teaching
High expectations, excellent teaching, an exciting learning environment, we have it all!
Caring and supportive, we ensure students of all abilities achieve their potential at HCCS.
YEAR 6 TRANSITION
The transition from Primary to Secondary school is both an exciting and an important milestone for any Year 6 student.
As a school, we aim to deliver an inclusive Transition Program that provides students and their parents or guardians with additional resources to feel fully equipped and excited about joining our school community.
“Thank you to all those who have taken time out of their summer holidays and helped to make this week’s Summer School happen. My son, Edward, has thoroughly enjoyed each day and has gained a wonderful first impression of the school. He has forged new friendships in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. I thought today’s afternoon tea was such a lovely finishing touch to a great few days. Edward is really looking forward to starting in September and I know that the warm and friendly introduction he has received this week has really helped with the transition. Thank you to everyone for their input in this experience.”
— Year 7 Parent