Cheadle Hulme High School has scooped the Secondary School of the Year Award.
The awards, now in their fifth year, were open to all primary, secondary and independent schools across Greater Manchester’s 10 boroughs.
Supported by the Manchester Evening News and Manchester College, the awards recognise the inspiring achievements of children, teachers and schools.
There was a record number of nominations in 2018, with CHHS taking home one of the ceremony’s highest accolades.
Headteacher Linda Magrath, said: “It was a very proud moment collecting the trophy with colleagues and students.
“In many ways, that what makes this award so special. Our success is not down to a single individual or a small team, it recognises the collective efforts of all of our staff, students and leaders. This really is a team award.”
Over the last 12 months, Cheadle Hulme High School has been named in the top 3% of schools nationally for the progress that students make.
The Good Schools Guide has recognised CHHS as the top fully comprehensive non-denominational state secondary school in the North West and last Summer’s GCSE results saw 40% of all exams graded at a 7/A or above.