Teacher training in South Manchester

Teacher training in South Manchester

Our lead school, Cheadle Hulme, is located in South Manchester. Founded in 1855, Cheadle Hulme School, is an independent, coeducational day school for pupils ages 4 -18. The School is underpinned by a clear set of values that focus on not just external exam success, but an innate interest and passion for learning beyond the classroom, a forward thinking approach to educational innovation and a strong emphasis on community spirit.

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Meet the South Manchester Hub Leader - Kirsty Lowe

Kirsty is a modern languages teacher at Cheadle Hulme School, specialising in German and French. After graduating from Nottingham University, Kirsty worked in human resources before realising that her passion for learning and languages was wasted outside of the classroom! Kirsty completed her PGCE at Cambridge University and began her teaching career in a mixed state school in Surrey. Kirsty has enjoyed several leadership roles, including Head of Languages, and is excited about inspiring the next generation of teachers through the NML SCITT programme. She is passionate about coaching and mentoring, and enjoys being able to support others to achieve their potential.

Outside of the classroom, Kirsty can either be found on the squash court or on a muddy walk or bike ride with her two young children!

Hub Partner Schools

As part of your teacher training course in South Manchester, you will have the opportunity to get hands-on classroom experience in two schools.

Co-op Academy North Manchester

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Macclesfield Academy
Parrs Wood High School

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Sharples School
Smithills School

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The Deanery CofE High School

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