Covering the Greater Manchester area and led by Cheadle Hulme, a long-established independent school
From its mid-nineteenth century foundation to the present day, Cheadle Hulme school has maintained a tradition of co-education, educational innovation and a strong emphasis on community.
Life at CHS is under-pinned by a very clear set of values, that focus on not just external exam success, but an innate interest and passion for learning beyond the classroom and a forward-thinking approach to educational innovation. Their aim is to ensure that each member of the school community is able to fulfil their potential and to flourish in the wider world.
Why train in Manchester?
Manchester is a diverse, energetic city with a great range of arts, sports and cultural attractions. There are excellent travel connections to the rest of the UK and the city is jam-packed with unique and eclectic restaurants, bars, shops, museums, galleries and accommodation options.
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 she wanted to do something more with her passion for learning and languages. Kirsty completed her PGCE at Cambridge University and began her teaching career in a mixed state school in Surrey. She has enjoyed several leadership roles, including Head of Languages, and is excited about inspiring the next generation of teachers through NML SCITT. She is passionate about coaching and mentoring, and enjoys being able to support others to achieve their potential.
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Hub partner schools
As part of your teacher training course in the Manchester, you will have the opportunity to get hands-on classroom experience in our partner schools.